Five Ridiculous Pieces of 'Hannah Montana' Merchandise
Popular kids shows inevitably produce a bucketload of unnecessary licensed junk. What child of the '80s didn't eat grocery store birthday cake off of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-adorned paper plate at some point in his or her life? But ever since Hannah Montana premiered on the Disney Channel on March 2006, the show's preteen fans have faced an unending onslaught of merchandise that happen to have a slapped-on logo. Some make sense (dolls, t-shirts, DVDs), while others proudly push the limits of absurdity (like this unfortunately shaped candy).
So in honor of tonight's Miley Cyrus concert at the Honda Center in Anaheim, check out these bizarre pieces of loosely affiliated Hannah Montana paraphernalia.
There are a lot of ways to show your allegiance to something you like, but few hold the special kind of commitment as a branded ceiling fan, allowing literally every breath you take (within a given room, sure) to be anointed with the special Hannah Montana seal of approval. Sure, you might not be able to tell that it's any different than a normal ceiling fan while it's actually in use, but the comforting feeling that comes with inhaling Hannah-circulated air makes it well worth the $99.95.
Pumpin' Up the Party Performed by Miley Cyrus Hannah Montana Tooth Tunes Electronic Toothbrush
Yes, that's what it's really called. If you're having trouble getting your child to brush regularly, what better way to sway them towards healthy dental hygiene habits than with a Hannah toothbrush? But wait, there's more!. Does your child also love hearing the same thing over and over again, multiple times a day? Good news! The toothbrush also plays two minutes of 2006 hit "Pumpin' Up the Party." The bad news is that your kid is a moron.
Hannah Montana Girls 3 Pair Panty Pack