Having best friends is such a girl thing.  I have a select group of close friends and some of those are certainly closer than others, but I’m not in middle school anymore – it can’t just be narrowed down to one person.  Normal people don’t have a hierarchy of friends where places can be jumped and different people are in vogue at different times.  Yet for teenagers, and for girls in particular, this is only the most normal of things.  Now there is a movie that takes a look at that strange phenomenon and it’s ready for you on DVD today!

Starting this June 30th, now available on DVD from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment comes a Disney Channel original movie about two real life best friends who are forced to live together because of extraordinary and dangerous situations.  Princess Protection Program – Royal BFF Extended Edition is ready to catapult out of your television screen and fill your living room with an exciting tale of friendship, self-discovery and music.  Bring home this Disney tale today!

Rosalinda is a princess whose country is in trouble.  She is rescued from her nation in the middle of a revolution and taken to the home of the man who saved her.  She is put into a protection program and is now the “cousin” of Carter, the daughter of her rescuer.  Carter is a tomboy and “Rosie” is a princess.  But with some forced time together and their blossoming friendship, they each discover they are a little bit of both, deep down inside.  This movie stars Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Nicholas Braun, Molly Hagan, Jamie Chung, Samantha Droke, Robert Adamson, Kevin G. Schmidt, Dale Dickey, Johnny Ray Rodriguez, Sully Diaz and Tom Verica and was directed by Allison Liddi-Brown.

The special features included in this DVD are a featurette about the real life best friends Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez, a look into the life of a real princess and a brand new music video starring both Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez.

Demi Lovato first reached fame through appearing in Camp Rock, another seminal and sub-par Disney Channel made for television movie.  Back then, she had a gap in her teeth.  Now, she has had it repaired and I didn’t even recognize her the first few times I saw her after that cosmetic surgery.  The fact that she had that changed about her is more than enough reason for me to never like her again.  So I don’t.  But if you are a young teenage girl or a preteen girl, you just might like this movie and I certainly won’t hold it against you.  There is humor, drama, some good lessons and a lot of music.  Just don’t take your cues on what you have to look like from Demi Lovato.  So say us all.

Tune into this Program today!

This DVD is available at Amazon.com.

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