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Megan Hilty replaces Kristin Chenoweth as Rosetta. Both actresses have previously played the role of Glinda in Wicked on Broadway, with Kristin as the original Glinda and Megan Hilty playing her in Los Angeles after her Broadway run. See more »
Cute story that teaches kids about teamwork and good sportsmanship. Spin-off of the Olympics. Teaches kids about teamwork because Chloe and Rosetta learned how to work together, despite their differences. Rosetta was focused on being pretty, while Chloe was a little bit of a tomboy. Good sportsmanship because the Thunder fairy (rumble) was obsessed with winning, and the Lightning fairy (glimmer) was a good sport. At the end of the movie, when Rosetta and Chloe pass the storm Fairies in the race, Rumble shoots a lightning bolt at their cart. When the storm fairies are about to win, Glimmer hits the brakes because she believes that the Garden fairies should have won. Rosetta and Chloe wheel their cart to the finish line and win :) Also, Glimmer is always saying good game to her team mates after each competition.
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