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One Direction Help Deliver Baby in All-New Clip Show

MEDIA RELEASE: Thursday 10 January


One Direction Help to Deliver a Baby in
Nickelodeon’s All-New Clip Show, You Gotta See This

New Zealand Premiere Sunday February 3 at 9am

Comedy and chaos collide in Nickelodeon’s new seriesYou Gotta See This! This half-hour clip show especially for kids, rolls celebrity interviews, pranks, bloopers and the week’s must-see clips from the web into one laugh out loud variety show, which will premiere to New Zealand audiences on Sunday February 3 at 9am.

In the premiere episode, Dancing Don’ts and Sneazy Cereal, One Direction’s Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Liam Payne are pranked by their fellow band members Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik as they are made to believe that they are going to have to help a woman deliver her baby...mid interview! Also featured in this episode are hysterical Big Time Rush bloopers and an explosive backyard experiment.

Hosted by Nick US stars, upbeat duo Noah Crawford and Christopher O’Neal, You Gotta See This will also feature audience submitted content and a variety of signature segments that rotate weekly.

Kiwi kids can tune into brand new episodes ofYou Gotta See This every Sunday at 9am from Sunday February 3 only on Nickelodeon.

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