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Beauty And The Beast Deleted Scene Reveals Fate Of Monsieur Toilette

A deleted scene from Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast reveals what happened to some of the castle's less fortunate staff when they were turned into furniture. 

The clip, released to Entertainment Weekly and available at the bottom of this article, follows Stephen Merchant's Monsieur Toilette, who was cut from the final film. Monsieur Toilette meets Josh Gad's LeFou after he escapes to hide in a bathroom during the melee as the villagers attack the castle. LeFou quickly runs away upon seeing the toilet's gurgling persona, but it turns out that the two have another run in later, as seen in another deleted scene that you can view on the movie's DVD release.

In that scene, LeFou is walking around the palace after the curse has been broken and everyone has returned to normal. He walks up to a dirty, disheveled man and immediately notices a very pungent smell coming off of him– something which quickly makes him realize that this is the same Monsieur Toilette he had encountered earlier. "So, what are you gonna do now?" LeFou asks him. "Brush my teeth," he responds. The clip also quickly reveals the fate of the chef, who had been turned into a stove– and is now apparently burning hot.

It's definitely sad that Monsieur Toilette got cut from the film, although it clearly worked out fine– Beauty and the Beast has officially joined the ranks of the top 10 highest grossing films of all time, and it's still playing in theaters across the world. The film, which starred Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, and Luke Evans, was directed by Bill Condon based on a script from Stephen Chbosky and Evan Spiliotopoulos; it is just one of many upcoming live-action remakes that Disney has planned.