Barbie: A Fashion Fairy Tale Live Musical at Queensbay Mall (Part 1)
Barbie: A Fashion Fairy Tale Live Show at Queensbay Mall (18 Dec 2010 - 2 Jan 2011)
Based on the movie...
The movie starts with Barbie in filming a movie called "The Princess and The Pea", but is later fired when the director angrily disliked the idea of her opinion. After finding out that he put her reputation in shambles, she later receives a phone call from Ken, which says that he wants to break up with her immediately. Barbie doesn't know that her arch-rival, Raquelle, tricked Ken into saying this while practicing a fake script she gave him. Advised by her best friends, Teresa and Grace, to get away for a while, Barbie goes to Paris to visit Aunt Millicent's. After realizing what really happened with him and barbie, Ken goes to Paris to make a grand gesture and show Barbie he loves her; through his journey, he encounters many problems before getting to her. With her new friend, Marie-Alice, Barbie meets the wingless but magical beings called flairies, who have the power to add sparkle to any outfit. A rival designer, Jacqueline, jealous of the popularity of Millicent's, wants the fashion house all to herself, so therefore put it into foreclosure to become a hot dog restaurant. To save Aunt Millicent`s shop, which is also the source of the flairies' powers, Barbie and company set up and host a fashion show. During the show, a lady orders ten-thousand pieces from the fashion line, and Millicent is able to buy the fashion house back, and Glimmer, who always struggled with her powers, finally manifests her powers and transforms Barbie's final outfit into a large, glittering three-tiered rose pink gown. Better yet, Ken arrives and tells Barbie he never meant to break up with her (and that just was a setup by Raquelle), and what is more, that he loves her. Lilliana Roxelle, Paris's top fashion critic, congratulates them on a spectacular show and invites them to her Pink, White, and Black party that night. Jacqueline finally appreciates their work and also apologizes to everybody for all the trouble she brought to them and promises to change. Glimmer harnesses her magic a second time and transforms the limousines into beautiful stagecoaches. The film ends after the director of "The Princess and the Pea" rehires Barbie.