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Baby Alive Wet N Wiggles 11 Girl Doll Value Pack

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baby alive wet n wiggles 11 girl doll value pack - The Wiggles

The Wiggles - Dance Party

The Wiggles - Dance Party

Studio: Lions Gate Home Ent. Release Date: 03/06/2007 Rating: Nr

The Wiggles, that wacky outfit wowing kids from Down Under, welcome preschoolers for a lively, loopy musical fiesta on their sixth release, Dance Party. In addition to Murray, Greg, Jeff, and Anthony, Oz's answer to the Fab Four, chiming in on this 15-song charmer of a dance- and sing-along are the usual wiggly suspects--Henry the Octopus, Wags the Dog, Captain Feathersword, and the remarkably light-on-her-feet hostess of the party, Dorothy the Dinosaur. Along with all the fancy footwork, expect the frenetic pace of all Wiggles offerings (nobody's attention span is apt to be challenged by a 15-segment, 40-minute video), but also expect a less polished production than in previous titles. The gang's unfamiliar hair styles and other telltale clues bear the trappings of an early performance. Which in no way dilutes the fun-for-all delirium. In fact, the goofier-than-ever gags and graceful child dance troupes featured on a couple of numbers here propel this tape into top-shelf Wiggles territory. Songs include "Can You Point Your Fingers and Do the Twist?," "Wags the Dog," "Five Little Joeys," "Di Dicki Do Dum," "I'm a Cow," "Do the Flap," "On Your Holiday," "Hat on My Head," "The Magic Bag," "Brown Girl in the Ring," "Georgia's Song," "Our Boat Is Rocking on the Sea," "Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo," "Dorothy's Dance Party," and "The Big Red Car." --Tammy La Gorce

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The Wiggles

The Wiggles

Paige is pretty active overall - in fact, she's not one to settle down for a nap unless you take all stimulus away. That being said, she does watch some television. She's grown fond of two shows, The Doodlebops and The Wiggles. She spends most of her time dancing to all the music that's in the two shows. Sometimes she includes mom and dad in the mix, but most of the time we're given specific instruction to just watch.

While casually surfing around last weekend I saw that The Wiggles have a web site. A little more digging led me to their tour dates in the United States (they're from Sydney Australia). Specifically that they'd be performing in Denver the next weekend. I hopped on over to Ticketmaster and purchased three tickets on the spot. I said best available, which this late in the game meant nosebleed section.

We made an entire day of the event. We took the light rail downtown, which Paige really enjoyed. Then we had lunch and walked around the 16th Street Mall. There were lots of Cinco de Mayo celebrations going on as well. Then we took the free bus back to the convention center for the show.

At first Paige wasn't quite sure what to think of all this. Eventually she realized that those were the actual Wiggles up on stage. She hopped over to dad's knee and started bouncing around to her favorite tunes. The floor was dark, and she was scared of it at first. Over time though the groove got to her and she eventually wanted to dance on the floor with dad. And, as it goes at home, eventually dad was instructed to just watch.

We took the train back to our car, and shortly thereafter Paige was crashed out. We drove around for a while to give her a nap, and then had dinner at a local pizza restaurant, Little Ricci's. What a great day full of fun and excitement!



This is Wiggle, one of the stars of the show at the Burlesque Christmas Ball. I love backstage portraits, there something much more revealing and intimate about them. The energy is there, the anticipation as well as the performance.
I got to the Brass Monkey just over half an hour before the show. Most of the performers were ready and downstairs in the bar are two sofas with a beautiful wooden backdrop. Perfect location. No time to mess around with more than one light so quick setup of flash with brolly (little bit of tinkering to make sure the hottest spot was on them and not the wall) and these were the results. I love symmetry in pictures and the boots that Wiggle's wearing were so big they were perfect for leading the eye into the frame so i got her to stretch her arms out for some more leading lines and there you have it.

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baby alive wet n wiggles 11 girl doll value pack

baby alive wet n wiggles 11 girl doll value pack

The Wiggles Go Bananas!

In their latest adventure, The Wiggles Go Bananas! the fab four of fun have recorded some of their most catchy and infectious songs to date. Even pop superstar Kylie Minogue has donned a pink skivvy and joined The Wiggles to sing Monkey Man. We jump into the heart of the groovy animal kingdom with songs such as The Lion Is King, Kangaroo Jumping, Tassie Devil and The Chicken Walk. Australia’s John Waters sings Rusty The Cowboy, while Captain Feathersword sings The Dingle Puck Goat. So jump into the jivin’ jungle with the kings of pre-school swing as The Wiggles Go Bananas!

The Wiggles love interacting with animals, whether they're laughing at a monkey's silly antics, marveling at the sweet slumber of a wombat in their arms, petting a tiger, or imitating the jerky gait of a kangaroo. Jeff, Anthony, Murray, and Sam are joined by international pop superstar Kylie Minogue, Australia's John Waters, and the Wiggles favorites Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, and Wags the Dog in this fun celebration of animals that's sure to captivate toddlers and preschoolers. Set against bright, animated backgrounds, the Wiggles’ enthusiasm is contagious as they interact with costumed "animals," dance around the stage with the Wiggles Dancers, and sing over 20 songs ranging in genre from country western to blues and rock and roll. Interspersed between songs are brief, real-life encounters between Wiggles members and various animals including a koala, a tiger, a wombat, several types of birds, and a crocodile. Favorite characters Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, and Wags the Dog also make plenty of appearances, doing everything from riding a toy horse, hanging out with a bunch of chickens, and acting out a story about how a goat once ate everything in sight on a pirate ship. If 47 minutes of Wiggles fun isn't enough, there are two full-length bonus Wiggle and Learn episodes, as well as a 3-minute featurette on "Safety Around Dogs" with RSPCA inspector Matt French, a 7-minute Dorothy the Dinosaur episode about shopping for ingredients for vegetable soup, and a photo gallery. (Ages 2 to 7) --Tami Horiuchi

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