Belle continues her stroll through town and she is vigorously reading through her book until she sits down to rest on the fountain. Then with a dreamy far off look she sings to one of the sheep that has been captured by her sweet disposition and beautiful singing voice. She tells the sheep about her favorite part of the story, where the princess meets prince charming, “but she won’t discover that it’s him till chapter 3!” The sheep are very similar to the townspeople, at first captured by her beauty and her beautiful voice but as she continues on they grow bored and move on to other things. One of the sheep even goes as far to take a bite from a page in her book and then continues on its way after the herder. Now, at this point Belle is out of the picture as the scene goes to a bald woman in a wig shop trying on hats and wigs while singing about the attributes of Belle and how, “its no wonder that her name means beauty, her looks have got no parallel. But behind that fair façade, I’m afraid she’s rather odd. Very different from the rest of us is belle!” After the bald woman is done singing we pan back to Belle, who now has made it clear why her name is Belle as several of the men in town start to gawk and help her as she walks by. Sadly, they continue to state, despite their obvious infatuation, that she is still so strange and that they wish that she would be more like them. Belle, all the while, is still completely oblivious to all but her book as she makes her way through town.