KISS Featured On NICKELODEON's 'The Fairly OddParents'
KISS members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons last year lent their voices to a special episode of Nickelodeon's highly rated animated show "The Fairly OddParents". The three-part movie, "The Fairly OddParents: Wishology", will begin airing May 1.
Paul is pictured below with Butch Hartman, creator of "The Fairly OddParents".
"The Fairly OddParents" is an Emmy-winning American animated television series created by Butch Hartman about the adventures of a boy who has two fairy godparents and his fairy god brother, "Poof", who was introduced to the series on a one-hour television event on February 18, 2008 called "Fairly OddBaby". It is produced by Frederator Studios for the cable network Nickelodeon, where it is currently one of the most popular shows (second only to "SpongeBob SquarePants"). The television series is also distributed outside the United States by the Canadian animation company Nelvana, the same as Danny Phantom (also created by Hartman). The show makes heavy use of satire and slapstick, and is full of pop culture references.
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