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Bluey reaches new digital heights with celebrity YouTube series, Bluey Book Reads

Famous sisters and Australian pop royalty, Kylie and Dannii Minogue are among the celebrities who will be helping to bring to life a number of Bluey storybooks in a new YouTube series.

Bluey Book Reads has been commissioned by BBC Studios Social – the team tasked with creating, curating and commissioning relevant content for BBC Studios’ digital portfolio. It runs Bluey’s social channels including the official Bluey YouTube channel portfolio which has a spectacular 5.7 billion lifetime views.

Bluey Book Reads is BBC Studios Social’s first piece of standalone content for Bluey. The new digital original 10 x 5 series launches with Mini Bluey, read by Kylie and Dannii.

“It is a true privilege to work with the joyous brand that is Bluey,” commented Jasmine Dawson, svp of digital at BBC Studios. “She has captured hearts of all ages across the globe and in extending her story we have put that audience at the heart of everything. I am extremely proud of this original commission and it is a true ‘for real life’ moment.”

Bluey Book Reads combines off-screen narration from global talent with visuals from Bluey storybooks and live action shots.

In addition to Kylie and Dannii, other celebrities lending their voices to Bluey’s stories include Australian TV personality and conservationist Bindi Irwin; Olympic gold medal diver Tom Daley; stand-up comedian, actor and BBC Radio 2 host Romesh Ranganathan; English actress and producer Suranne Jones; American actress Jenna Fischer; Hollywood star Eva Mendes; American actor, singer and dancer Jordan Fisher; French actress and comedian Camille Cottin; and American actor, comedian and writer Rob Delaney.

All the Bluey stories featured in the Bluey Book Reads series are published by BBC Studios’ licensee Penguin Random House.

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