Rebel Wilson reveals why she was ‘banned from Disneyland for 30 days’

She was a total rebel.

Self-proclaimed “Disney Adult” Rebel Wilson got banned from Disneyland for 30 days after breaking one of their rules.

“I took a photo in a secret bathroom inside Disneyland, which is illegal … and I got officially banned for 30 days,” Wilson, 43, told Hasan Minhaj on “The Daily Show” this week.

Thankfully, the “Pitch Perfect” alum’s celebrity status allowed her to choose the days she would be barred from entering the happiest place on earth.

“They called me up and said, ‘Rebel, what 30 days do you not want to come to Disneyland because you’re away filming a movie or something?’ and I said, ‘Oh, June would be fine,’” she recalled.

Wilson, who admitted to being a “Disney Adult,” got engaged to Ramona Agruma in Disneyland last month.

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Rebel Wilson said she was banned from Disneyland for 30 days.
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“I got engaged in Disney Land, the happiest proposal place,” Wilson told Minhaj, 37, jokingly adding, “It’s not like I’m obsessed with Disneyland. It’s just, I go there every weekend and every important holiday and every important life event.”

Along with her engagement, Wilson has also celebrated her 40th birthday at the amusement park — and even got to stay overnight.

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She added that she was able to choose which days she would be banned.
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“I did actually get to sleep inside Disney Land for my 40th birthday,” she said, “And I got those little disability scooters and went around just by myself. I was cruising around.”

She added, “It was really fun. And then I tried to break into the churros thing and then I couldn’t get that many, but it was fun.”

Rebel Wilson posing with Mini Mouse in a throwback photo.
Wilson admitted she is a “Disney Adult.”

Wilson also joked that she was in the “Disney Illuminati” dubbed “Club 33.”

“I’m in it. You’re not supposed to say you’re in it. You’re not supposed to reveal other celebrities who are in it, or other members, but yeah, I am in it,” she said. “And we do secret cool s–t together.”

Wilson went on with the bit, saying that the club will sneak into Disneyland at 5 a.m. “just to run around” and joked that they have a secret gathering this weekend in Palm Springs because “Walt Disney used to go there to find inspiration.”

Ramona Agruma and Rebel Wilson getting engaged at Disneyland.
She and Ramona Agruma got engaged at Disneyland.

The “Senior Year” actress and Agruma confirmed their engagement in February by sharing photos from their Disney proposal.

“Thank you @tiffanyandco for the stunning ring 💍 and to Bob Iger and the incredible team at Disneyland @disneyweddings for pulling off this magical surprise!” she wrote on social media at the time.

Wilson revealed she was dating the Lemon Ve Limon founder in June 2022 while simultaneously coming out as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Rebel Wilson and Ramona Agruma in Dubai.
The pair took their relationship public in June 2022.

“I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess,” she wrote in an Instagram post at the time, along with the pair enjoying a day at Disneyland together.

Meanwhile, Wilson became a mom when she welcomed her first child via surrogate, a daughter named Royce, last November.

Ramona Agruma and Rebel Wilson with Royce in a stroller.
Wilson confirmed she welcomed her daughter via surrogate in November 2022.
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Wilson, who had been open about her fertility struggles, revealed last month that her surrogate lost a baby during her first surrogacy attempt, saying “the embryo miscarried” months before Royce was born.

The Aussie actress has shared that Agruma was supportive throughout the surrogacy process and has been with her every step of the way as she navigates being a new mom.

However, she did admit that Agruma’s family has not been very accepting of their relationship.

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