is sexy Dora?

Mexico
March 7, 2009 3:25pm CST
The animated character Dora the explorer will have a change of look, Nickelodeon and Mattel shape ahead of what would be the best Dora, which shows long hair, short skirts and lady shoes. Now That? Dora the cheerleader? Dora the "barbie"? Dora the pop star? The creators of Dora said that this new live in the city, attend high school and have a new dress and accesories. What do yuo think of this?
4 responses
@ktmatunog (912)
• Philippines
5 Nov 10
I don't think she is sexy in her new appearance. I liked the old one though. I think I got used to it because of my 3 year old daughter watching all over and over again. It's frustrating sometimes but for my daughter, no problemo!! lol I think they made her for teenagers or for children going on their teen years...
@lanlan011 (701)
• United States
7 Mar 09
Whats the point of changing her? I dont see anything wrong with it but isn't the show intended for young children. I don't see why they would have to make her older. I think that the children that watch the show will relate better with a Dora close to their age. I guess sometimes things change.
@babystar1 (4234)
• United States
7 Mar 09
I think it great.Its great to have all the chnages in Dora
• Philippines
7 Mar 09
I wonder why they have to change Dora's look and all that, I mean, what's the very essential reason behind this? I think kids love Dora the way she is and how informative the show is. It's really controversial, you know, with the look of that silhouette, it makes you kinda wonder and look forward to it. I'm already reading stories about alarmed parents that Dora might turn into some kind of not-so-good influence to kids considering she's now a tweeny, lives in the city and have accessories like lip gloss (I read), I wonder what the story line and each episode would be. Some even compare her now to other rather sexy, tweeny somehow conceited dolls like Bratz. Oh, well, whatever Dora might turn like, Nick should be responsible for it and show always put in mind that they are catering to young audience. I guess we just have to wait and see.