In the Broadway production, they sit in his lap and feel his biceps, also partaking into an intricate choreography with mugs. In Belle's Discovery , they are depicted as wearing sundresses which are colored the same as their older selves. Despite their hair color change, there was one brief nod to their original hair color in the beginning song where one of them was seen trying out a blonde-colored wig. Eszterrrka wrote: Weedle McHairybug wrote: Eszterrrka wrote: I think they were at the beggining sad, but than they went and found a new guy t The Bimbettes, who are known as the Village Lasses in this film, appear in live-action form in this remake of the animated musical. They are much more malicious in this film than in the original, actually having a strong dislike towards Belle, even smirking when she gets locked away along with her father under Gaston's orders. While out, they dreamed Gaston proposed to them [depicted as Paulette].
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