Bestselling Light-Up Toys in 2020
Windy City Novelties Hand-Held LED Light Up Galaxy Spinner with Flashing LED Lights
- Assorted LED Lights (Green) (Blue) (Yellow)
- Includes 3 (AAA) Batteries & Installed Ready to Go
- LED Hand-held Galaxy Spinner - 8" inches
- Perfect for Kids birthdays, party favors or giveaways
Light Up Aquarium
- This offer is for 1 Aquarium, random color.
Bath Toy,Can Flashing Colourful Light(4 Pack),Yeonha Toys Floating Bath Toy, Light Up Baby Shower Bathtime Bathtub Toy For Bathroom Kid Boys Girl Toddler Child,Rubber Ducks Octopus Frog Shark
- Bath toy, can flashing vividly color-changing light when touching water, light turns off when removed from water
- Bathtub toy,non-toxic, great quality, Batteries are included and installed.Last long.Long shelf life for bulk storage for 8 months and up.
- Floating bath toy,Includes 4 different floating sea animal friend,each measure about 3.5''
- Bathtime toy, Fun colors and shapes stimulate baby's senses teach animal names in the bath, Ages 6 months and up
- Bath toy for baby kid toddler,all kids would love bath time, suitable for bathtub, fish tank, bath and swimming pool,Baby Showers Time,Preschool Party Favors, etc.
WEWILL Creative Glowing LED Night Light Twinkle Star Shape Plush Pillow Stuffed Toys, Blue
Joyin Toy 60 Pieces LED Light Up Toy Glow in the Dark Party Supplies, Party Favors for Kids with 44 LED Finger Lights, 12 LED Flashing Bumpy Rings and 4 Flashing Slotted Shades Glasses
- LED Light Up Party Pack are great for Concert, Night Activities, Weddings, Birthdays Party, Halloween Party, Dance Party, Raves & Celebrations, Christmas, Outdoor events and Holidays
- 44 LED Finger Lights. Super bright with 4 colors, blue, green, white and red. Finger lights Designed with elastic strap so that you can attach to any fingers, pens or other objects.
- 4 Kanye West style LED slotted shades glasses. 4 Colors: red, green, blue and white. 3 Modes: fast flashing, slow flashing, and constant
- 12 LED Flashy Bumpy Rings. Assorted shapes and colors. Waterproof. Made of stretchy, jelly material.
- Batteries are included and installed. Last long. Long shelf life for bulk storage for up to 8 months. This toy set meet US TOY SAFTY STANDARD.
The Noodley Flashing LED Finger Light Gloves with Extra Batteries - Kid Sized - Black, Small
Toysmith 9" Cosmic Ray Wand
- Enter your model number
- Above to make sure this fits
- AWESEOME VISUAL STIMULANT
- TEACHES ACTION/REACTION
- BOOST CONCENTRATION
Bright Starts Beaming Buggie Take-Along Toy
- Sound selections include summer nights and lullabies
- Wings light up to create a mesmerizing light show
- 15 minute timer with auto shut-off
- Link to attach to carriers, diaper bags and more
Flashing Panda Meteor Storm LED Changing Pattern Spinner Wand
- Parties, Concerts, Raves, Special Events, Special-Needs/Autistic Children
- Simple push-button operation; Wrist strap included
- Bright enough to illuminate a small dark room
- 7.5" tall by 3" in diameter (globe)
- Comes with 3 "AA" batteries installed, easily replaceable
Acooe 10 Pack flashing led light up toys Optics led hair lights, flashing led Light Up Toys, Barrettes for Party, Bar Dancing Hairpin, light up hair accessories
- Multicolor Lights: The optical fiber LED lights would be shining after turning on the switch. Multicolor LED braids hair tensions dispersed in the back of the hair, for adding an extra flair to the night
- Easy to Use: Simply clipt onto your hair, with ON/OFF switch easy to turn off and on.(Battery inclueded)
- Eye-Catching Fiber-Optical Plait: Become the center of attention at the party. Look dazzlingn the night. Make you look distinctive and easily catch attention in the crowd
- Great for Any Nighttime Event: Rave party, prom, holidays, parties, nightlife, concerts, raves, festivals, weddings, great events
- A variety of options: a variety of packages for you to choose from.
Kangaroo Flashing LED Light Up Toys, Bumpy Rings, 18 Pack
- Led Flashy bumpy rings- each box contains 18 kids toy rings - LED rings; LED toys
- Glow in the dark toys are great for kids birthdays as party favors but also great for adult dance parties, raves & celebrations
- Press the toy ring for non-stop Flashy fun and it will begin to flash- press again to stop light up toys from flashing
- Light up toy rings; waterproof; batteries already included- batteries are non replaceable or rechargeable but last a long time
- Each LED toy ring is small and thus toy rings should be kept away from very small kids; flashing LED bumpy rings are great stocking stuffers for kids
ChangeYOu Kid Fun Toy Jumping Joggle Flashing Light Up Bouncing Vibrating Sound Music Ball
- Material: Plastic + Rubber.
- Color: Color random delivery.
- Operation of power: 4 AA batteries(not including).
- Size: Ball diameter at its widest point: about 11cm/4.33".
- Can bring fun to your baby, your baby must be like it.
Fisher-Price Light-Up Lion Stacker
- Sparkly lights and music stimulates baby's senses of sight and sound.
- Placing stars on the post and the lion on top encourages eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills.
- Colorful rings for younger babies to grasp, hold, shake and explore with 7 songs reward stacking
- Big, smaller, smallest! Stacking helps baby understand relative size and teaches about cause & effect.
- 4 colorful stars help baby learn colors & counting with colorful stacks.
8 A-List Actors Who Should Have Never Starred in a Movie Musical (Even Though They Did)
Some actors light up the big screen with not only their faces but also their voices raised high in glorious song. Other actors should know enough to not try their hands at musicals. Here's a few actors who should have known better but didn't.
Pierce Brosnan - Mamma Mia (2020)
Like with many of the films on this list we start with a film that cast the leads on the basis of their acting talent with little regard to whether or not they could actually sing. The singing in this film is kind of all over the place but most of the cast manage to get by well enough, with one fairly noticeable exception: aging heart-throb Pierce Brosnan. Brosnan deserves full marks for enthusiasm, though in the end that may have in fact been part of the problem. Brosnan's vocals might not have been as hard to listen to had he not been belting them out to the back of the theater like a drunken karaoke singer.
Alan Rickman - Sweeney Todd (2020)
Admittedly most of the cast of this dark 2020 Tim Burton directed film aren't great singers. However stars Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter were able to fake it well enough that their strong performances shined through. Alan Rickman was very well cast as the lecherous judge against whom Sweeney Todd has vowed revenge. That is until he opens his mouth to sing. It's not a truly terrible vocal performance but it sounds as though Rickman is about a half note flat. Even if that isn't actually the case it's so clear that the actor is not used to singing and he just sounds uncomfortable. Thankfully the rest of her performance is strong enough that the character still works and the film doesn't suffer much overall from this.
Peter O'Toole - Man of La Mancha (1972)
On this one you can't fully blame the actor, even though the results were fairly horrid. When Peter O'Toole first agreed to take part in this film and play Don Quixote the plan was for the film to be done straight and for the musical numbers to be removed. However when there was a change of director the songs went right back into the film. O'Toole couldn't sing to save his life, and he knew it. He actually doesn't sing a single note in the film and rather lip syncs to a voice double. One would think this would make it easy for him to deliver a performance but losing his own voice clearly was to the detriment of the actor's ability because his lip syncing is so half-hearted that even the strong dubbed vocal loses almost all impact.
Walter Matthau - Hello Dolly! (1969)
If you told most movie goers that Walter Matthau starred in a musical they'd probably look at you like you'd just drooled on their shoes, but there it is. Matthau thankfully only has one actual song in this film (most of the rest are sung by Barbara Streisand.) Matthau doesn't really sing; opting for a bit more of a Jimmy Durante style which is half singing, half speaking. This approach gets him through his one number with probably the least amount of embarrassment that could have been managed. Thankfully Matthau has enough chemistry with Streisand that by the end his vocal failings are almost forgotten... almost.
Gerard Butler - The Phantom of the Opera (2004)
Gerard Butler is known in film for man's man kind of roles, most notably as the shout-happy lead in the violent sword and sandals action film 300. In this film however Butler is simply painfully miscast at the titular Phantom. Not only is he too young for the part (an entire of level of father/daughter subtext is completely obliterated by his being too close in age to the character of Christine) but he lacks the vocal chops to deliver the singing power needed to truly make the character work. Bulter's performance from a character perspective isn't terrible but his singing is only passable, and for a film like this from such a renowned stage musical it needed to be so much better. His moments of falsetto singing are especially painful.
Bill Pullman - Newsies (1992)
He's saved the planet from alien invasion, rescued princesses and even taken out killer crocodiles. However singing a few bars was a bit much for versatile actor Bill Pullman. His role as journalist Denton in this early 90's flop only had him singing a few lines in a few of the songs, but thank goodness it wasn't more than that. Pullman seemed more concerned with maintaining his forced New York accent than actually hitting the notes. Thankfully though his lines are few enough that the audience doesn't have to suffer too greatly. The film has become a bit of a cult favorite thanks largely to the lead performance of a young Christian Bale. However even the most generous fans have to gloss over Pullman's vocal renderings.
Edward Norton - Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
Legendary director Woody Allen caught most of his cast off guard when he signed them up for singing lessons. He hadn't told his stars that they had actually signed on for a musical. This was the director's only dip into the musical genre and the results make it clear why. Allen's shooting style doesn't lend itself to the musical numbers at all. Sadly Edward Norton's awkward vocal stylings don't do much to help the situation. Like so many of the actors on this list Norton isn't really a bad singer, he's simply an actor first and a singer fifth. The accomplished actor just seems so out of his element that his singing seems rather lazy and it just doesn't work.
Clint Eastwood - Paint Your Wagon (1969)
By the time this film came out Clint Eastwood had already solidified his tough cowboy image in films such as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. He had become the king of the gritty western, what was there really left for him to do in this genre? Apparently he decided the best thing to do was to sign in a musical about the gold rush. Eastwood's vocal performance isn't really terrible, though it is somewhat lackluster. Ultimately though to have an actor with such a defined film persona as Eastwood singing songs like "I Talk to the Trees" it just feels very wrong. Had he been truly stellar at the singing it might have taken the curse off it, but ultimately he just passed by and the wrongness of the whole thing is rather overwhelming.