Could Iggy Azalea collaborate with 'Rugrats'?
The musician took to Twitter
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Everyone who watched the hit 90s cartoon series 'Rugrats' is overwhelmed with both excitement and nostalgia at the news of the upcoming reboot and live-action film. Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon announced that Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Susie, and Angelica are all coming back to cause trouble.
While audiences everywhere are taking to social media, one surprising 'Rugrats' super-fan has come out to show her excitement.
Australian rapper and pop star Iggy Azalea took to Twitter to comment. "I only have one request re- this whole rugrats reboot - can we please have a remake of 'take me there' as some sort of promo song. No... im not asking to participate. im just saying as a FAN... i need this. for my happiness," she wrote.
I only have one request re- this whole rugrats reboot -— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) July 17, 2018
can we please have a remake of 'take me there' as some sort of promo song.
No... im not asking to participate.
im just saying as a FAN... i need this.
for my happiness.
Official dates for the 'Rugrats' reboot have yet to be announced. Fans of the classic TV series and Iggy Azalea alike are anxiously awaiting the small and big screen reboots.
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