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The figures each play a different short music clip (no vocals) when their arm is raised.
 
The figures each play a different short music clip (no vocals) when their arm is raised.
  
MTV thinks Country Clay (#1 in the series) may be a veiled version of real contestant Sanjaya Malakar.
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MTV thinks Punky Pete may be a veiled version of real contestant Sanjaya Malakar.
  
 
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*[http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1585197/some-familiar-idol-faces-coming-happy-meal-near.jhtml American Idol' McTwins: Some Familiar Faces Are Coming To A Happy Meal Near You]
 
*[http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1585197/some-familiar-idol-faces-coming-happy-meal-near.jhtml American Idol' McTwins: Some Familiar Faces Are Coming To A Happy Meal Near You]
  
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Latest revision as of 05:56, 22 May 2019

In 2007, the American Idol television series partnered with fast food megacorporation McDonalds to make American Idol toys for their Happy Meals. In 2008, they put out eight cartoony figurines of fictional genre singers including this male punk rocker with an green mohawk.

The figures each play a different short music clip (no vocals) when their arm is raised.

MTV thinks Punky Pete may be a veiled version of real contestant Sanjaya Malakar.

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