Three Wiggles enter retirement
Fri, 18 May 2012 7:00p.m.
After last night's breaking news of a shake up in the Wiggles, Campbell Live staff knew we had to get an interview with them today.
The original Wiggles are promising to return to New Zealand as part of a world tour before they actually call it quits.
They've been together for 21 years, and the only Wiggle who will remain part of the group is the blue Wiggle. Purple, red and yellow are all hanging up their skivvies.
Australia correspondent Rachel Morton caught up with them a short time ago and started by asking the three retiring Wiggles what they will do in retirement.
Watch the video for her full report.
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22/05/2012 10:13:40 a.m.
Aborigines have been in Aussie for more than 60 thousand years - that's what I call indigenous.
21/05/2012 11:18:35 p.m.
Deryn Chvastek wrote:
this is terrible to know the act party is in bed with such vulgar people i have met party members and MPs with comments that are racist and this flows into the bills that are passed within the NZ govt We can do better than the rest of the world by being leaders in stopping racism
21/05/2012 9:39:39 p.m.
Tania Franklin wrote:
Thankyou to tv3 and John Campbell for this, I cannot believe that this !@#$ said all of this, I reckon if he checked out his bloodline, he has Maori blood in him lol, now wouldn't that PISS HIM OFF! and as for no one else know the language outside of NZ, he should maybe try Switzerland, Germany and France, they know how to speak the language and have taken the time out to learn it!! Now as for the language not being spoken anywhere else, well why do we have Asians, French, Germans, Swedish and sorry but AUSTRALIANs (lol) in our country, it is because they love the way that our culture lives and manages to survive. If he is so set on this crap of languages need to stick to their own country, then maybe he should piss off back to his parents birthplace, oh btw, you reckon he can take John Keyes with him?! Just a thought :)
21/05/2012 8:38:27 p.m.
Crimp on Campbell Live seemed a bit strange, but he is entitled to his opinion. He is most certainly correct when he says that promotion of the Maori language should not be funded by the taxpayer.It is a dead useless language. If Maori want to learn it they can pay for it. Most certainly not me.
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