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Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz - What Else Can I Do? (From "Encanto")

  • Published on Jan 12, 2022
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    Music video by Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz performing What Else Can I Do? (From "Encanto"). © 2021 Walt Disney Records

Comments • 27 322

  • DisneyMusicVEVO
    DisneyMusicVEVO  14 days ago +112

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  • FanOfAllThings

    I love how this songs shows that it’s OK to express negative emotions as well as positive ones and how cathartic it is to do so. I love how it shows Mirabel going from trying to hug Isabella to save the miracle, to her just cheering her on as she comes into her own. It’s beautiful!

  • Zia Ray
    Zia Ray  +3

    I love how in both this song and in Surface Pressure, Mirabel has complete trust in her sisters' abilities and never even thinks for a moment that they wouldn't catch her or protect her.

  • Leonie
    Leonie  +2

    Remember, Bruno prophesised that Isabela's power would grow and she'd get the life SHE WANTED. The life of her dreams. Nothing about marriage, nothing about perfection. Mirabel gives her that by understanding her, encouraging her. I feel so much empathy for Isabela.

  • Salty
    Salty  +610

    "Making waves, changing minds"

  • Tamara Epps

    Anyone else impressed with Abuela's incredible eyesight?

  • jf k
    jf k  +742

    I feel like their ages play a lot into this. Isabela is 21, and mirabel is 15. We know that they get their gifts when they are five. And the lines "You just seem like your life's been a dream since the moment you opened your eyes" and "all I know are the blossoms you grow" show how their ages play into it. Isabela is 6 years older than mirabel, meaning that Isabela had had her gift already when mirabel was born, meaning that all she really did know was Isabela after she got her gift, when everyone began to think of Isabela as perfect. Mirabel never knew how Isabela was like before she got her gift and she truly always thought that Isabela had always been 'perfect' because that was actually all she knew about Isabela.

  • Gabriel Avila Jr.

    No one's mentioning it but these scenes also demonstrated just how powerful Isabela is. She doesn't just control "flowers". It's all sorts of Colombian and non-Colombian plants in general. She swings on vines like Spider-Man, punches holes with their stems, summons giant venus fly-traps and who knows what else.

  • Aurora
    Aurora  +1

    It’s just so inspiring how all of those colors splash onto Isabella’s dress in an unspecific order ( which tells you that they are not perfect)while she enjoys it.Basically telling you that she enjoys not being perfect or things that are unspecific and she just wants people to understand that she isn’t perfect.

  • KP Bennett
    KP Bennett  +230

    Ok but is anyone noticing how utterly POWERFUL Isabella is? She's sprouting plants that need specific conditions to grow like it's nothing and altering their chemical makeup down to the cellular level, even having them change color. Blue, especially the bright blue shade of the pollen that Isa has created, does not occur naturally in plant life! You get purples and maybe a grayish color similar to blue but never a true blue. Isa is literally changing the chemical makeup of her plants at will, having them materialize out of nothing but sheer willpower!

  • T Jones
    T Jones  +1

    I was the Isabela in my family. I was my Mom’s perfect princess. I did everything the way she wanted. I never argued back, I was alway obedient, never caused trouble, always agreed with her even if inside I was screaming. I morphed my entire personality to make my mom happy. I loved my Mom more than anything and I wanted her to be happy. My one goal in life was to always make my mom happy.

  • Sunshine Netherlight

    I like how isabella truly has control over her power and how to use them. She’s literally better than an athlete in some moments like swing through a vine, sliding with a plant like a surfer. Also the better thing at the end of the video is that mirabell trusts her completely for her sister’s flowers and plants will catch her and jumps and falls freely without hesitation.

  • Haley Grace99

    I love that she’s clearly studied plants other than pretty flowers but didn’t think she could make them herself because of the pressure to make something perfect

  • Enki U
    Enki U  +731

    I love how Luisas' voice gets higher in her song, while Isabellas' gets lower. Fits their arcs perfectly!

  • Zaqachu!
    Zaqachu!  +541

    I adore how Mirabel went from trying to force Isabela to hug her, just to get it over with. Not really caring about the relationship. But by the end of the song she gets a meaningful hug and gets to understand her sister more. I truly adore this movie and it is probably my favourite Disney movie of all time.

  • Noah Yablon

    What I like most is the it isn’t Mirabel who brings Isabella into a hug but Isa is going over to Mira and bringing her into the hug. They had SO MANY disagreements/little fights with each other so seeing how Isa was the one who started the hug shows how their sisterly bond is starting to slowly come back.

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  • FreakingOutS

    Isabela's Spanish is extremely cute; the way in which she says the words is wholesome as hell. I love when the movie uses Spanish phrases, that gives you a lot of wonderful context from Colombia and by making this movie about family fits perfectly.

  • feitocomfruta

    Interesting fact: every plant she sings about in the chorus is either a climbing plant like a strangling fig, or a tree like a Palma de cera. The whole time she’s been forced to grow flowers and small plants, like she herself cannot truly grow past what’s expected of her. But since she’s being allowed by Mirabel to be herself, you see the true heights (literally) of her gift.