Gabriella came out swinging to the Late Late Toy Show stage. She approached Ryan Tubridy on her pogo stick, played with her dolls and styling head and then tried to teach the host some dance moves. In between the pogo stick and dane moves she made a little piece of history.
For the first time ever the late Late Toy how had an entire section devoted to black hair. With wigged dolls and styling heads surrounded by black Barbies the table of toys reflected black Irish girls. Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Jean King were the collector dolls and a scatter of Fashionistas covered the table.
Gabriella showed off her “I’m a Girly” doll explaining how she had dressed the doll with boots borrowed from another doll and a skirt made by her nanny. I will add the brand to my ongoing blog about Where to Buy Beautiful black dolls online.
Kayla was the doll that Gabriella described as being like her. She said “What I really like most about her is that she has a skirt like me and she has hair like me.” Boom!
The Late Late Toy Show is an Irish institution. For one night in the year the chat shows takes a break from the issues of the day to showcase toys in the run up to Christmas. The show is watched globally and her moment is history did not go unnoticed.