Tori Spelling & Tiffani Thiessen: Dancey Dance For Baby Buggy!

Tori Spelling & Tiffani Thiessen: Dancey Dance For Baby Buggy!

Beverly Hills, 90210 alumni Tori Spelling and Tiffani Thiessen cut a mean rug alongside their families and DJ Lance Rock at the Los Angeles Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! show by doing the dancey dance on stage. The two moms danced their hearts out on behalf of the show’s charity partner Baby Buggy, a nonprofit that provides essential gear, clothing, and services to families in need.

I think we like Gabba more than the kids!,” Tori told Celebrity Baby Scoop exclusively. “I actually did an episode for them that will hopefully be on soon. About two weeks before I gave birth to Hattie, I filmed an episode for Gabba Gabba. It was a dream come true! But I was kinda bummed because in the show I never got to do a dancey dance. So when they asked us to do Yo Gabba Gabba Live and do a dancey dance on stage, we were like, ‘Oh yah.’ “


Tori’s hubby, fellow actor Dean McDermott, added: “It was a blast! It was so much fun. I’m so excited we got to do a dancey dance! DJ Lance Rock is beyond cool!”

The Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! tour is nearing the end of its 50-city run, as it will wrap on Sunday, December 11th. The Gabba gang supported Baby Buggy along the way, hosting children’s book drives at the New York and Los Angeles shows and providing 40 tickets to Baby Buggy families in each of the seven cities where the nonprofit operates.

Baby Buggy, founded in 2001, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need with essential equipment, products, clothing, and services for their infants and children up to age 12. With an extensive network of community-based organizations across the country, Baby Buggy has donated over 5 million items to thousands of children. Visit BabyBuggy.org for more information or follow on Twitter @LoveRecycled.

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