SpacePop has started to take YouTube by storm – a girl band of princesses that are not only singing their way into people’s hearts but are fighting evil at the same time. The show includes five teenage princesses who disguise themselves as musicians and form a band while they secretly plot to a rebellion against the evil Empress Geela. It began as short 3 minute episodes a couple times a week, but now it’s turned into a huge fan base getting millions of views on each short episode.
SpacePop builds a story of girl power, strength and friendship and little girls (and not so little girls) everywhere are falling in love with the characters. So much so that they’ve released some great toys, activity books, soundtracks and even movies for the princesses. We were sent a selection of the SpacePop items to check out for the holidays, and instantly fell in love with them. The Madame Alexander doll is one that any collector will love to add to their collection – and Rhea is so stylish! And the Sketch Portfolio, CD and DVD are perfect stocking stuffers.
Find out more about the SpacePop items
Check out the first episode of SpacePop below and snag some great SpacePop toys in time for the holidays!
- SpacePOP Fashion Doll from Madame Alexander: Fans can now play and collect the ultimate galactic glam squad! Available in each of the 5 princess characters, each dolls has comb-able hair, removable clothing, accessories and more!
- SpacePOP Sketch Portfolio from Canal Toys: With 30 drawing pages, 3 stencil pages, markers and stickers, the imaginations of future designers will run wild!
- SpacePOP: Not Your Average Princesses CD: An album jam packed with 13 original hit songs from the YouTube series
- SpacePop Takes Off: DVD: When the evil Empress Geela takes over the Planets of The Pentangle, the five teenage princesses disguise themselves as musicians and form a band called SpacePOP. Their mission: Spread the message of freedom and joy through music and join the rebel resistance force to vanquish Geela, who has taken over their home planets and enslaved the inhabitants.
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