Entertainment’s young stars among kids and tweens enjoyed the Minnie Mouse-themed gifting lounge at the Radio Disney Music Awards (RDMAs) at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live. Radio Disney made this announcement Sunday, April 28.
Chloe and Halle Bailey (Radio Disney’s “N.B.T.”), Selena Gomez, Coco Jones, Maia Mitchell (“The Fosters,” “Teen Beach Movie”), Bella Thorne (“Shake It Up”), Olivia Holt (“Kickin’ It”), Laura Marano (“Austin & Ally”) and Debby Ryan (“Jessie”) browsed the newest selection of Minnie Mouse inspired fashions, accessories, beauty products, and electronics.[ Also Visit: Robojit and the Sand Planet – Global Entertainment Project ]
The “best of” Minnie Mouse products were featured in the gifting lounge, from OPI’s limited edition Minnie Mouse nail polish to iHome electronics, Lip Smackers, trendy Junkfood tees, Gerlan Jeans’ Minnie Mouse collection, and Minnie Mouse apparel from Disney Store.
Recognized as a global style icon, Minnie Mouse is the muse to designers worldwide and is known as the ultimate girls’ girl – stylish, classic, independent and oh so spirited. Minnie inspires girls of all ages to celebrate their unique style and to always live life with zest.[ Also Read: Sirius XM Radio Launches MySXM on the Internet ]
Radio Disney is a 24-hour radio network devoted to kids, tweens and families. The network’s current playlist, driven by listener requests and representing major record labels, includes recording artists Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, One Direction, Katy Perry, Cody Simpson, Carly Rae Jepsen and Cher Lloyd.
The network is available on 31 owned terrestrial radio stations and is also available via RadioDisney.com, Sirius XM satellite radio on channel 79, iTunes Radio Tuner, mobile phones, the Radio Disney iPhone and Android Apps, and the Radio Disney Facebook page.
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