Wiggles make history on Rolling Stone cover

The Wiggles have been cementing themselves firmly in Australian nostalgia for all ages — a small OG Wiggles reunion tour turned into a Wiggles Triple J ‘Like A Version’ cover of Tame Impala’s Elephant that went viral, and now they’re not only doing an Australia-wide over 18s tour with the current Wiggles, but they recently performed on stage with modern pop icon The Kid Laroi.Honestly, I don’t care what age you are, I dare you not to start dancing to Fruit Salad.So in many ways it’s no surprise that The Wiggles will appear on one of the most icon music magazine in the world.For the cover story, The Wiggles allowed Rolling Stone backstage access to their recent Australian arena tour and their Hot Potato Studios in Sydney, as they worked on new music and rehearsed a brand new TV show.The cover story will also make the current Yellow Wiggle, Tsehay Hawkins, the youngest person to ever appear on the AU/NZ cover.“Just like Rolling Stone, The Wiggles have stood the test of time,” said Rolling Stone AU/NZ print editor, Jake Challenor. “Here is a band that, for three decades, has entertained and inspired future generations.”“The last two years have been some of their best in history. The Wiggles are more relevant than ever, which is exactly why pop culture icons like Lil Nas X and The Kid Laroi are embracing them. Without a doubt, 2022 is officially the Year of The Wiggles.”To top things off, the September issue will also come with a Wiggles-themed adult colouring book — because you’re never too old for nice things.The issue will hit newsstands in Australia and New Zealand on Monday, September 5, 2022.

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