Belle's Magical World
She is one of the Beast's servants, transformed into a chandelier. She means well, but she is hard at hearing, often getting the words wrong, which leads her to lower herself to hear properly. This leads her and Lumière to an argument, while Belle and the Beast are having dinner. In the first segment of Belle's Magical World, Lumière believes she lowers herself down to burn bright, which was not true at all. After a while Chandeleria begins feeling guilty after Lumière refuses to speak to her, though Cogsworth assures her that " He's to proud for his own good". Later after the Beast apologizes, Lumière is feeling sad "that everyone is able to forgive but him" but Mrs. Potts tells him it's not too late. Meanwhile Chandeleria is seen crying causing all of her candles to go out. After Webster, Le Plume, and Crane tell everyone their adventures in the forest Lumière still thinking that she lowers herself to burn brighter, thought she admits that she really lowers herself to work more closely with him and the two forgive each other causing Lumière to relit her candles. In the next segment, "Mrs. Potts' Party", she is feeling bad for Mrs. Potts feeling gloomy and sad about the weather.