It's no secret that the majority of us are a little bit obsessed with Disney. OK, a lot.

Despite having spent most of our lives dreaming about being a Disney princess, we've pretty much accepted that this is never going to happen.

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But not to fear, as this might just be the opportunity we've been waiting for, where we can finally live out our magical dreams, just in a slightly different way.

That's right, Disneyland Paris are holding auditions to find people to take on the role of some of their villainous characters. We already know a whole load of evil queens that need to sign up, TBH.

Who wouldn't want to release their inner Cruella?

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The positions are currently being advertised on the Disneyland Paris website, where they say they are looking for "highly energetic women and men" to play the iconic parts.

Naturally, the thought of being a full-time Disney villain has sent us all into a frenzy. This is what our childhood dreams are made of (well, just after being a princess).

The character roles include villains Cruella De Vil, Gaston and Dr Facilier, so if you think you'd enjoy embracing that evil streak within, then this could be the perfect job for you.

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The only snag is that candidates must meet specific height requirements depending on the character they apply for.

If auditioning for the part of Cruella, you must be between 5'7''and 5'9'' (170cm-175cm), whilst you need to be 6'0'' and 6'3'' (183cm-191cm) to play Gaston, and 5'11 and 6'5'' (180cm-196cm) for Dr Facilier.

So I'm afraid those of an average or below average height need not apply. Soz, hun.

If don't meet the requirements, we're sure you've got a mate who does.

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There's also a bit of a geographical pitfall, as the auditions are being held in Paris (duh, that's where Disneyland is). So only apply if you are willing to travel overseas. In fact, you need to commit to living over there, so again, you need to be all or nothing on this one.

You must also speak either English or French and be over 18-years-old.

If you think you've got the skills of Luke Evans and Josh Gad in this scene from Disney's Beauty and the Beast, then flipping go for it...

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Open auditions are being held on the 13th of September 2017, so you'd better get practising your evil laugh RN.

If you are lucky enough to land a part, then the contract will span from mid-September to early November.

I mean, it's a once in a lifetime opportunity if you ask us, so if you meet the height, age and geographical requirements, go for it babes.

In the words of Disney: "Making dreams come true is a real job".

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If acting isn't your thing, you can always settle for these super cool Disney Cards Against Humanity. Just as good, right?

Written by Stephanie Shaw

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