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Disneyland Pooh-Poohs Princess' Party Plans

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La Palma's Chelsea Krueger is getting ready for her Quinceanera, and like any young lady gearing up to party with her friends and family, she's looking forward to her dream day of gathering to celebrate with her friends and family.Krueger's mom wants the day to be extra special, too, which is why she hired the same people who put together the Grammy Awards to design her little darling's big day, and they are having the shindig at the Happiest Place On Earth: Disneyland. Just to thrust Chelsea further into the spotlight, the Kruegers are participating in MTVtr3's spin-off show "Quiero Mis Quince," which stems from their love-to-hate-it/hate-to-love-it display of ostentatious spending and style, "My Super Sweet Sixteen."

Even thought the Kruegers are paying Disneyland $45,000 to use their Hotel as the event venue, the Mouse is saying no to the camera crews, reports cbs2. It seems the party will still happen, but to see you'll have to be on the guest list, and not just a channel surfer:

Despite the disrupted dream, the rhinestone-studded invitations have been sent, the 24-carat cake topper has arrived, Chelsea's Cinderella dress is ready and the show will go on at Disneyland Hotel. Disneyland spokeswoman Suzi Brown says the theme park retains "the right to approve all filming for broadcast at Disneyland Resort, and feel this type of show is not the right fit for Disney Parks."

It's okay Chelsea, it's your party, and you can cry if you want to.