#6 Hottest Disney Male: Prince Eric (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
The Little Mermaid was the first new Disney movie I watched in a theater, and loved it so much that I went seven times. I even remember crying when my 8-year-old-self missed my chance to watch it for the 8th time. Weirdo, I know. Well, Prince Eric was my first Disney crush, so could you blame me? I still remember how cute I thought he was in the opening scene when he’s petting his dog, Max (by the way, how adorable is that sheepdog? We’ll have to do a top ten Disney dog list soon).
From the beginning of the movie, Eric declares that he wants to marry for love - cue the swooning - which is why this hottie is still single. I’m not entirely sure that happens since he ends up searching high and low for a girl he has never had a conversation with, but hey, the sentiment is there. I’m pretty sure I would change my mind too if that sexy Ariel showed up. In the looks department, he is definitely one of the more handsome Disney chaps. There is something about dark hair and big blue eyes that is strikingly beautiful. This seaman (giggle* giggle*) also kills that darn seawitch, Ursula, and saves the day. He is the second prince in Disney animation history to actually do that!
Here's hottie Eric by David Kawena
#6 Hottest Female: Jane (Tarzan, 1999)
Like Mulan, Jane is an actual role model for young girls to look up to. I know… maybe this shouldn’t factor into their “hotness” so much but most of these teenage Disney princesses are just so dumb and boy-crazy, it’s kind of a turn-off. To be fair though, this probably has more to do with the era in which these films were made (I’m sure Snow White and Cinderella would be much more respectable had those movies been made in the last twenty-odd years instead of the 30s and 50s). Anyway, like I said, Jane might be the most educated gal on my list as a Jane Goodall type who has probably earned multiple degrees in stuff like biology and anthropology from fancy English universities before embarking on her monkey-studying adventure. Plus, she’s a talented artist – a true renaissance woman by all accounts! And, yes, she’s REALLY cute with her little button nose and GREAT figure. Also, if you notice, she starts off in a Mary Poppins-esque Victorian dress only to wear less and less as she LITERALLY lets her hair down and goes more “native.” I especially like when she dons the little white tank top and her two piece, jungle-wear at the end. Oooh, la and la!