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The new-look Wiggles have offered an olive branch to ousted member Sam Moran saying they hope his new children's show is a roaring success. Moran, who was controversially sacked by The Wiggles last year, is set to make his TV return on May 6 in the
Sam Moran has accepted his first job since leaving The Wiggles. The former Yellow Wiggle will front a children's TV show for Foxtel's Nick Jr, reports News Limited newspapers...I think the more quality entertainment that's out there for children the
Life Like Touring does not quite rank with Hugh Jackman or Geoffrey Rush perhaps...The children's theatre company, which operates out of a nondescript light-industrial building in East St Kilda, will open Scooby-Doo Live! York, Pennsylvania, on
January 03, 2013 US Toymaker Wicked Cool Toys announced that it has signed a Master Toy License for the world’s most famous children’s music driven entertainment group, The Wiggles. Wicked Cool will manufacture, distribute and market a broad
One little girl was escorted into the seat next to me with her eyes closed. This was a surprise. ''Now you can open them!'' she was told. ''Where are you?'' The girl looked around. ''Er the movies?'' Kids don't have much sense of occasion, either...
The children's entertainers are retiring after performing 7000 shows over two decades, so they listed their iconic Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet nine days ago on auction site eBay...The famous car was billed on eBay as "a rare collector's item" that
Hindmarsh tomorrow to farewell the original incarnation of The Wiggles...To cater for the influx tomorrow, the Adelaide Entertainment Centre and Adelaide City Council have made extra parking available at Bonython Park as the current facilities at the
IT'S the toot toot chugga chugga Big Red Car that made them famous and it could soon be parked in your driveway...Kids is a charity we've supported since we started out 21 years ago." The Volkswagen Big Red Car auction will go live on eBay for 10
Monday Sep 17, 2012 The Wiggles clearly still love what they do. Photo / Supplied It took just one song and my 4-year-old, Mia, was off to jump around in the Wiggles' moshpit in front of the stage. While she wanted to get close to the action, and
Five thousand screaming toddlers took over Auckland's Vector Arena as Wigglemania gripped them ahead of the band's Wiggley shake-up. The band drove onto stage in their Big Red Car, handed out roses to children and even invited a lucky few onto stage.