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Princess Lumina /is the main character in Barbie: The Pearl Princess. She is played door Barbie and she is a mermaid who works as a hair stylist. She has the power to change the color of the pearls, and an even stronger power that she is unaware of. story/Lumina works in a mermaid salon, customizing hairstyles. She gets the chance to attend the royal ball, so her vrienden give her a japon, jurk fit for a princess. At the ball, villains try to take over the kingdom, and Lumina finds out she is much meer than a hair stylist after she finds an unexpected power within herself and transforms into her princess...
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Since I got the Junior Novelization, these are ALL the things different and completely missing in the movie.

First, a particular thing I need to tell u all: I had a feeling the storybook pictures were somehow connected to the movie's original script, and IN FACT, they are. The Junior Novelization tells the story as the original script for the movie told it.

Character and places' names:
-Liam comes for the Kingdom of Stuffingsburg, and Duke Trentino is his uncle.
-The lady in the long purple dress is called Lady Hamilton, and knows Tori, Meredith and Trevi since quite a lot of years.
-The one who...
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Mark Twain's classic The Prince and the Pauper gets a glamorous modern makeover in the new DVD release from Universal Studios, Barbie: The Princess & the Popstar. While Twain contrasted two opposites – a prince, which everyone would want to be, and a pauper, which was not so attractive – Universal's two heroines both live a life that every young girl thinks she wants. But glamour isn't necessarily all it seems to be. As KIDS FIRST! youth film critic Cheyenne Nguyen, age 8, observes in her review, below, "There are always things that u would like to change, but accepting who u are...
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