Daryl Hannah’s bare bottom does “Splash,” which is no longer censored on Disney+

Daryl Hannah’s back is back!

Comic Book Resources reports that Disney+ restored Daryl Hannah’s bare rear end in the 1984 rom-com Splash after the streamer used CGI to cover her partially exposed bottom with artificial hair.

The original version was restored as part of a 4K upgrade from “Splash” – but now it’s behind Disney+’s parental controls feature, according to the outlet.

In the fairly tame scene, a naked Hannah kisses Tom Hanks before jumping into the sea. Her long, blond hair covers most of her kester. Disney+ added more hair to his cut.

Fans of the Human Meets Mermaid movie gushed the news on Twitter on Tuesday.

“The world is finally healing” wrote one user.

Daryl Hannah in "syringes"
Daryl Hannah stars in the 1984 rom-com Splash, which was targeted by Disney+ censorship.
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“Now I can rest” wrote another.

“It’s just nice to win one” a third posted.

The Post reached out to a Hannah representative for comment.

According to BoxOfficeMojo, “Splash” made a big splash at the box office and earned $69.8 million worldwide. Comic Book Resources reports that the film is coming to Disney+ in 2020.

The streamer has come under fire for its censorship, editing everything from a line in Aladdin to Jessica Rabbit’s clothes in Who Framed Roger Rabbit to f-bombs in the filmed version of the musical Hamilton.

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Emma Bowman

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