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AJ is having an amazing time at Disneyland!

AJ has had a great time on his first visit to Disneyland this week, helping them celebrate their 60th Anniversary Diamond Celebration! He’s also had the opportunity to talk with a bunch of interesting Disneyland Cast Members and to get some behind the scenes info straight from the source!

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If you are a Disney fan you are definitely going to want to check out all of these interviews!

Allie Kawamoto – She’s a Disneyland Ambassador and talked about how you can take a tour where you walk in Walt Disney’s footsteps and all of the holiday stuff they have for Halloween and Christmas. She was also shocked that it was AJ’s FIRST visit there.

Sous Chef Caine Littrell – Talked about the great food including the Pulled Pork Hot Dog (which AJ tasted and may have caused him to make slightly inappropriate noises). It’s hard to make food SOUND good but he did!

Megan Navarette – She’s a Disneyland Spokesperson and said it’s not only the “Happiest Place On Earth” but it’s also the place she CRIES the most (in a good way).

Halle Hutchison – She’s the managing director for Alaska Airlines Vacations and they discussed all the Disney-themed planes Alaska Airlines has.

Stacia Martin – She’s a Disneyland Historian (and sketch artist) and talked about how everyone thought Walt Disney was crazy when he said he was going to “build a castle” in Orange County. Plus she did a Mickey Mouse sketch WHILE she was being interviewed!

Jessica Bernard– She’s a Disneyland Ambassador and talked about how even though some of Disney’s attractions have been around since they opened in 1955, they have been updated for the 60th Anniversary Celebration!

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