Kristen Bell Wants to See You in These Adorable Minnie Mouse Ears
It’s for an amazing cause.
Kristen Bell is hoping to “share the joy” this holiday season.
On Friday, The Good Place star shared a photo of herself with her Frozen costar Idina Menzel. Bell wore a black sequined set of Minnie Mouse ears with a red-and-black plaid bow, and Menzel opted for a red sequined pair with green—you guessed it—sequins on the bow.
“Share the Joy and #ShareYourEars!” she captioned the photo. “Help make wishes come true this holiday season with Disney Parks and Make-A-Wish. For every “ears” photo shared with #ShareYourEars, Disney Parks will donate $5 to @MakeaWishAmerica up to $1 million.”
Menzel, who voices the character of Elsa in the hit Disney movie, shared the same photo on her Twitter account.
“So cool and a great cause. Let me see 'em!” she wrote to her followers in the post.
From now until December 25th, Disney Parks will donate $5 to Make-A-Wish for every ear photo shared online. All you have to do is post a photo with at least one person “wearing a Mickey Mouse ears hat or demonstrating a creative depiction of Mickey Mouse,” according to the official rules on ShareYourEars.org.
Disney helps Make-A-Wish grant nearly 9,000 wishes per year, according to the site. The first Share Your Ears campaign was initiated last February.
"We love to make magic every day at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts across the world,” said Bob Chapek, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, in a statement. “It's especially meaningful when we get to work with Make-A-Wish to bring happiness to people when they need it most. Last year, we were thrilled that millions of our fans joined us in support of this great work through Share Your Ears, and we couldn't think of a better way to share the joy this holiday season than by inviting them to do it again."
Photos can be uploaded to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, but be sure to include the hashtag #shareyourears. There is no limit to how many photos you can post, so snap and share as many as you’d like.
For more about #ShareYourEars, visit the website here.