Three of the original Wiggles will be taking their final bow after a career spanning two decades.
They say breaking up is hard to do, but never in their wildest dreams did Anthony, Greg, Jeff and Murray imagine that an idea to write a few children's songs twenty years ago would lead them here: to a career as the world's most successful children's group.
They've been together longer than most rock groups, have sold more than 23 million DVDs, seven million CDs and last year they earned $28.2 million.More stories from Today Tonight
For a group so successful and together so long, it's not only incredible they're that they're still great mates, but also that they've remained so grounded.
They say it's the kids who've kept them grounded and kept them going.
"We've met so many children that are seriously ill, and children with special needs, and that's the thing that keeps you grounded and keeps you real about everything," Anthony said.
But as the fans have grown up, and the Wiggles have grown a few grey hairs, Greg, Murray and Jeff know it's time to say goodbye.
"When you see children and sometimes parents in the audience tearing up, it makes it difficult," Jeff said.
Greg of course has said goodbye before, leaving the group in 2006 due to illness, and controversially returning earlier this year.
"I'm glad I came back because it now gives me closure and I get to finish off with Murray and Jeff, and it brings everyone's careers to a nice round finish," Greg said.
Anthony will stay on as the Blue Wiggle, and the unofficial group leader.
But fans need not fear: the yellow, purple and red skivvies are in very safe hands with Lachie, Simon and the very first girl Wiggle - Emma.Contact details
- The Wiggles - www.wiggletime.com
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