SLAYYYYYYY, Buffy! Slay!

Sarah Michelle Gellar transformed into a princes—Cinderella, to be precise—to participate in the latest installment of comedian-actress Whitney Avalon's "Princess Rap Battle" YouTube series. The hilarious music video debuted Wednesday, with Avalon taking on the role of Belle from Beauty and the Beast.

Avalon directed the music video, which also features Buttercup (Ali Williams) Goldilocks (Emily Goss), Little Red Riding Hood (Courtney Merritt) and Pocahontas (Nikki Mejia).

Perhaps Gellar's Cinderella has spent too much time around her Evil Stepmother, as she raps, "Another princess in my shadow / Come to cover my crown / You clowns wanna throw down / With the best gown? / I'm the legendary story / Of rags to riches / Rhymes sharper than a needle / And I'm giving out stitches / Like a wilting rose / You can't step to my flows / These girls are trippin' / Did they cut off their toes? / I deserve all the praise for the foot fetish craze / I've got itty-bitty kicks / But legs for days / Let's look at your mentality / Freud loves your abnormality / The Stockholm Syndrome Story / Beauty and the Bestiality / Of course you're bitter / I'm the No. 1 star / Pumpkin carriage, perfect marriage / No one cares who you are."

Belle didn't bury her head in a book. Instead, she went H.A.M. on Prince Charming's ladylove.

"What's my name?" she asks.

"Belle," the princesses shout.

"What's it mean?" she asks.

"Beauty," they answer.

Belle adds, "I'm the perfect combination / Of brains and beauty / While I'm gaining knowledge / You're losing your pumps / Like Mrs. Potts I'm serving shots / And dishing out lumps / Cindy's dreaming she's important / Well, somebody should wake her / This gold-digging trophy wife's the royal baby maker / Fear the nerdy, wordy princess / 'Cause I'm throwin' more shade / Than the willow tree growing on your dead mother's grave / Your tale as old as time sets us back 50 years / Do your chores, clean the floors 'til a man just appears / You're shallow and obsessed / With looks and how you're dressed / You wanna live like Gaston? / Please be our guest."

Sarah Michelle Gellar, Whitney Avalon, Cinderella, Belle, Twitter


To see how Cinderella responds—and how Belle schools her—watch the video above.

Which princess do you think won the rap battle? Sound off in the comments below!

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