What's Your Question For The Wiggles?

27/05/2010 13:01 | Updated 22 May 2015

Recently we were lucky enough to put some ParentDish readers' questions to author Jacqueline Wilson. Now it's time for your younger children to turn journalist as The Wiggles are coming to take your questions.

These international children's favourites have sold more than 23 million DVDs and videos and 7 million CDs globally in their 18-year career.

Their brand new live show is coming to the UK and Ireland in June 2010. You can join Sam, Jeff, Anthony and Murray and their world-famous Wiggly

friends for the happiest show in town.

This circus-themed Wiggly show features acrobats, gymnasts and dancers. On stage with The Wiggles will be classic characters Dorothy The Dinosaur, Henry The Octopus, Wags The Dog, Captain Feathersword and of course, The Wiggly Dancers.

The tour starts in Belfast on Friday 18 June and will visit

thirteen cities and towns in the UK and Eire. Click here for full tour dates and how to book tickets. for more information and all the latest Wiggles news register for free at

And if you can't make it on those dates,there's a special promotion with HMV whereby if you pre-order the new Wiggles DVD (Hot Poppin Popcorn), you'll automatically go into a draw for tickets to an exclusive Wiggles showcase gig at the Garage in London on 15th June. Its only open to 300 people (75 family groups of 4) so its quite special!

So what would you like to ask The Wiggles? Here's what you need to do to put your child's question to the guys:

To put your child's question to The Wiggles, you can either email it to this address, or you can add it in the comments box below. Please include your child's first name, age and area they live in. Please note that we only have a limited amount of Wiggle Time, so we won't be able to ask every question submitted, but we'll do our best to get through as many as possible. Make your question as fun and original as possible!

I would love to know - Does a Wiggle ever have an off day? Are they really that upbeat all the time? And what's happening in the new show? Are they going to be doing Wiggly acrobatics? What's life like when you're on tour with Dorothy the Dinosaur?

Leave your questions in the comments box below. Answers will appear on this site in about a month's time.

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