Dance Star Mickey Ships October 5th

Posted: Aug 14 2010, 8:33am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 6 2010, 8:29am CDT, in Shopping | Holiday Gift Guide


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Dance Star Mickey is going to be one of the hottest Holiday Toys of 2010. Get it now, before it will be hard to find.

Fisher-Price unveiled the Dance Star Mickey at the Toy Fair in February. This animatronics toy is going to be most likely one of the hottest toys for this Christmas.
Amazon is already offering Dance Star Mickey for pre-order since a while. The new shipping date for Dance Star Mickey is now October 5th.

Dance Star Mickey sells for $69.99 on Dance Star Mickey can walk, talk and of course dance. The toy has a big finishing dance move and is activated by pressing the foot of the toy. Fisher-Price says the toy will encourage kids to get up and dance along with him. The toy has multiple music types that it can dance to.

Five different songs are integrated into the toy with soul, disco, latin, and techno genres and the toy has interactive games built-in.

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