Xuxa (1993– )

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Series cast summary:
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Ronn Lucas ...
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After the credits are over, the MTM kitten lip-syncs Xuxa saying "Ciao!" See more »


Referenced in Gilmore Girls: Hammers and Veils (2001) See more »

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I saw this show and it was fantastic!! So many kids loved it, even today they have fond memories.
20 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this show and it was fantastic!! So many kids loved it, even today they have fond memories. It was tons of fun to watch, The songs were catchy and fun to dance. Xuxa was very nice to the kids and her staff was very attentive and kind with the kids. If anyone ever had any complaint about clothing or the fact that Xuxa had once been in playboy, they simply were living on a different planet of Salem puritanism circa 1628, since the show was so innocent and candid. It seems you have to do a show not for the kids but for the adults, so they are not disturbed and no one harbors any impure thoughts..LOL, how silly and pathetic. Kids don't pay attention to stuff like this, they were having fun and they were being taught positive lessons, since Xuxa had a message of acceptance and kindness towards each other, without treating them like amorphous,brainless beings, like some kiddie shows do. the fact that she was learning the language.. Don't you think is a reflection of the Real America? After all, all kids have classmates who are also learning the language, from anywhere in the world, and we adults, don't we encounter everyday someone learning the language? Like we should do as well, by learning a foreign language as to enrich our lives. Unless of course your ideal is a place were we are brainless enough as to not be able to understand anything other than Aunt Sarah speaking in her old-fashioned strand of good old Ämerican English, whatever that means...

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