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Thursday, 10 February 2011

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The Disney TV Studio in Chicago where 'Shake It Up' is filmed. (Photo courtesy of Bonnie Hunt).

LOS ANGELES - Two of Tinsel Towns newest and youngest celebrities have put gigantic smiles on the producers of the Disney Channel's television show Shake It Up.

Zendaya Coleman and Bella Thorne are fast becoming fine examples of the new, 'new generation.' Zendaya, whose name means 'one who gives heartfelt thanks for the cute natural smile that one has been bestowed without the benefit of braces' says she hopes to grow up and become just like her idol Sandra Bullock, except not with a low-life husband like Jesse James, a flat chest, or a baby nicknamed 'Cajun Cookie.'

Bella Thorne said that she loves to go surfing and she once surfed for three hours straight until her mother told her to stop because her body was starting to look like Cloris Leachman's.

According to TV Clickerworld the show about background dancers of the popular Chicago dance show, Shake It Up Chicago, starring CeCe Jones (Thorne) and Raquel "Rocky" Blue (Zendaya) has gotten greater reviews and bigger ratings than popular, established shows such as Cougar Town, The Big Bang Theory, and Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?

The executive producer of Cougar Town Lyler L. Lemonduck stated that he does not believe that more people are watching Shake It Up than are watching his wonderfully cute show about older, 'hormone-crazed' women and younger 'woodworking' men.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Hey Lemonduck, get over it, they are. I saw the official documents on Wikileaks.]

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