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I'm here in the Blue Peter studio, on the search for fantastic beasts.
Over there, we have a trunk and large ears.
TRUMPETING That's an elephant.
Over here, we have scaly skin and no legs.
RATTLING That's a rattlesnake.
Over behind it, I think I've found the fiercest of all creatures. Run!
Is he OK? Barnes? Was it something I said?
Hello, and welcome to live Blue Peter and, my goodness,
we have an animal-tastic show coming your way.
Coming up, Radzi goes behind the scenes on the set
of a brand-new blockbuster movie.
It's called Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them. It's amazing.
Stay tuned to see what Radzi gets up to.
Speaking of beasts, look who's in the studio.
It's animal expert Scott,
and he has brought a very scary something along with him.
I'm scared already, Barnes.
And this time, we've got the coolest animal yet.
When she was talking about beasts, she was talking about you, Scott.
Also, a brand-new competition, it's a funny one,
that's why my favourite person on Earth, Sir Peter Kay,
is going to be along a bit later.
And we want you to vote for the favourite baby animal film
you want to see later in the show.
Is it going to be seals, baby tigers or okapi?
-They're all so squishy and cute. But it's up to you.
Head to the Blue Peter website, you've got about ten minutes left,
and get voting. What do you want to see?
-You asked me the question.
While you're online,
tell us what beast you would be if you could create one.
So, let's say you want to have the legs of a cheetah
and the head of a lion, because you want to bite people and run away.
-Or maybe the legs of a giraffe and crocodile legs...
Whatever you want to do.
Just tell us what kind of beast you would create.
Give yourself a name as well, please,
so that we know who you are, and what you'd be.
Also, Spot Shelley is happening later. Shelley WILL appear.
The person who spots Shelley first and gets in touch will win
-a house in Florida...
-No, they won't.
-..and £1 million!
-They won't. Sh! They'll get a shout-out.
-None of that's true.
Speaking of Spot Shelley,
I'm struggling to spot Radz today. Where is he?
It doesn't matter about not seeing him, because I know Radzi very well.
You know how some people have a smell? Radzi has his own smell.
It's a bit like steak crisps, and the smell of steak crisps is
stronger over at this part of the studio.
Now, I know he is around here somewhere,
because there is a camera there, so he must be here...
Mate, that's pretty special, isn't it?
That is actually awesome.
I've tried my absolute best, and I'm camouflaged into this wall,
courtesy of a body-painting world champion. Do you want to meet her?
Honestly, she looks incredible. She really does blend in(!)
It's Carolyn Roper!
-Hey, Carolyn. How are you doing?
-What a job.
-Let's talk about what you do.
You started with a masterpiece and took it somewhere else.
How have you created Radzi's look?
First of all, we painted on these lines going all the way across,
making sure that his body really blends in here.
Then what I had to do was paint on all of these little squares
individually, one at a time, so it's a good job that Radzi is
really patient, because he's stood like this for over three hours.
We could have picked an easier set for you to stand in front of!
How has it been, standing there for three hours?
Cold, but surprisingly difficult, just to stand still.
And be very, very quiet as well.
It's really effective. It looks really good.
Carolyn, I know you are a world champion,
you've been doing it for 13 years, but how did it all begin?
I started off by training as a make-up artist,
and I saw some adverts for body-painting festivals,
competitions that were around, and I literally just went along,
never painted anyone before, tried it out, really liked it
and then I just kept practising and practising until I got good at it.
-And you are very good.
-We can prove that.
We have photographs. Look at this. That is some of your work.
-That looks quite tough to do, that.
That was a difficult day. We had to start very early in the morning
about five o'clock in the morning.
That's too early for that. Oh, that's really good.
-Is that a football stadium?
-Is he sat down?
-He is sat down.
You'd think that would be easier, but, quite frankly,
-his legs went to sleep because he was sat there for so long.
Which is a nightmare, cos they'll be up all night.
It can be just as hard to sit down as stand up.
This one is my favourite, because if the shoes weren't there,
I don't think you'd be able to see that person.
That looks quite detailed.
It was difficult to do,
but sometimes the more detail you've got, the more someone
will disappear into the background, so that's why it works so well.
So everyone at home is thinking, "I'd like to be able to do this."
So, for any budding body-painters out there, what advice do you have?
Firstly, I'd say make sure you use face-paints.
-Don't use a felt-tip pens or poster paints or anything else.
Face-paints are safe to use on the skin.
Once you've got those, you can use sponges or art brushes,
and you can start small.
Just practise little things on your hands or on your face,
-and then you can just work bigger as your confidence grows.
-Carolyn, we're going to do a bit more painting later.
-Thank you for now.
So, from hand-painted art to computer animation.
Just over a year ago, I got the chance to go
behind the scenes at one of the biggest films of 2016.
I look a bit ridiculous, by the way,
but you are going to like this a lot. Take a look.
Calling all Muggles.
It is time to dust off your dress robes and polish your wands,
because the wizarding world is back.
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them is the latest film
from Harry Potter creator JK Rowling.
Following the adventures of Newt Scamander
in a secret community of witches and wizards, it's set 70 years
before Harry Potter reads Scamander's book at Hogwarts
I've come to visit the set of one of the biggest films of the year.
Check this place out!
Well, we have been given exclusive backstage access to this
incredibly secretive set to help tell you all about it.
The film uses special effects,
stunning sets and beautiful costumes to bring the 1920s to life,
and the creator of those costumes is
Oscar-winning designer Colleen Atwood.
In terms of the difference between the costumes Muggles wear
and the wizards wear, what are those differences?
It's a blurred line between the Muggles and the wizards because,
in this film, the wizards are living amongst the Muggles.
You work with hundreds of actors throughout the year,
so I imagine some mishaps do take place.
We have a thing in the movie where the actors magic themselves
in and out of costumes, but we realised they didn't have underwear
that went under it, so that step of the magic was, like, "Oh!"
So we had to fake that one!
Colleen, I would love to look like somebody from the 1920s.
Where can I go?
-If you go right over there, we'll fix you up.
That's right, I'm about to experience a glimpse of what
it's like to star in a magical blockbuster movie.
Make-up and costume is done.
Now I'm just going to magic myself on the set.
HE SNAPS HIS FINGERS
I'll just walk.
I saw its eyes.
Shining wide eyes.
And it dove down on the ground.
CRACKING AND BANGING
Thank you, sir.
This set is just incredible. It looks exactly like the real thing.
But the guys who star in Fantastic Beasts for real
are Eddie Redmayne and Katherine Waterston.
We got the chance to chat to them and give them a certain badge.
-These are like the most extraordinary...
I can't believe I've got a Blue Peter badge.
So, what was it like for them, working on such a huge production?
What was amazing for us is,
I thought when you work on a film that's this big and magical,
that the guys in charge of it would say, "This is how we do it."
But actually, the director kind of gave us freedom.
You are not just alone around the green screens.
There are people playing with you and helping you see the creatures.
They also allowed us to see all the designs, so there are these
amazing departments who start months before you make the film.
They've done all these drawings and they've gone through
the evolution of all these different ideas for all of the creatures,
because JK Rowling, in the book
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them,
describes them all so intricately that we had quite
a good sense of what they looked like by the time we started filming.
This place has absolutely blown my mind,
but I haven't seen any fantastic beasts yet.
I wonder where they might be hid...
It was open?
Just a smidge.
Mum, I was on a film set!
Now, though, you have a five-minute warning, because you've got
just less than five minutes to enter our baby animal adventures.
Would you like to see a baby seal, a baby tiger or a baby okapi film?
The choice is yours. Jump online and cast your vote and we'll find out
which one you've chosen later on in the show.
But also, stay tuned,
because we have a beast of a competition.
We're saying "beast" a lot today,
because there are beasts right here in the studio.
Not with me, not with Linds, not with Barney,
but with animal expert Scott.
Here he is. Scott, you're in the studio.
Thank you so much for coming in.
You seem to have forgotten to bring your first animal guest on.
-No, he's definitely out.
Turn around? OK, let's see where he is. Here he is.
Who's this, Scott?
Well, this here is Muscovado, and he is a sugar glider.
Sugar gliders are a marsupial,
which means they're a mammal that carry their babies in a pouch.
-Like a kangaroo would?
-Just like a kangaroo or a koala.
I've fallen in love with him already today, by the way.
But this marsupial's talent isn't hopping like a kangaroo,
it's actually flying. Well, gliding, to be more precise.
-The clue is kind of in the name, isn't it?
Oh, look! That is ridiculous.
They have a flap of skin that goes from their front leg to their
back leg, and turns them into a parachute, basically.
They glide from tree to tree to evade predators.
He is so amazing. And why "sugar"? What does that mean?
That's pretty simple as well.
They love to eat sugary snacks, so nectar, fruit.
That's what they love to eat for their dinner.
Oh! Can you stay forever? He's amazing.
How far can he go when he goes for one of those big glides?
They can glide for up to 50 metres,
so that's, like, five double-decker buses.
You are kidding! Let's have a look here.
So, he has jumped off a tree, still has landed...
It's like he's got wings.
He is the ultimate glider.
And then just lands on the tree so casually, no worries.
So, he glides to get away from predators, but I've brought
a different animal that evades predators in a different way.
-Would you like to meet them?
We've to do a shout-out to Scott. He did a little nervous wee -
not Scott, Muscovado - right before we came on camera then.
-All over Scott's arm. I'm sorry about that.
-I'm used to it.
Let's look at our next guest.
I'm going to pop him back into his little nocturnal habitat.
Oh, I love him. Bye. See you later.
OK, so what have we got in the box?
The next animal is hiding in there.
Can you see what's next?
I can see twigs, moss, some leaves.
Where are they? Hello! He's moving.
There are actually two real live animals.
We've got to Vietnamese mossy frogs.
They are amazing. Can we get them out and have a look at them?
-Don't get them out!
-No, Barney is scared of them.
It'll be all right, we've got Scott here.
So, their way of evading predators is awesome camouflage.
See how well camouflaged they are?
Do they feel like moss?
They feel like moss, they look like moss.
Their green skin looks like moss, and when they get scared when
-they see a predator, they act dead, like this.
So, he's playing dead, he's looking like a piece of moss,
and then, predator's gone, and he turns back into a frog.
Come here, mate. Hello.
Welcome to Blue Peter.
Oh, he's lovely. They've got big, bulgy eyes as well.
They've got gigantic eyes,
so they can see in the dark and see predators.
That's when they're going to play dead or stay still...
-Oh! Where's he off to?
-..and look like a piece of moss.
He's amazing. And where would he live, normally?
Not in this box, presumably?
No. These guys come from mountainous rainforests.
They like to live in places where it's moist,
so they like to live near rivers,
and can you see on the end of their toes?
Little suction cups so that they can climb over the wet rocks and twigs.
And they camouflage a bit like Radzi today, don't they?
Just blending into the background. It's amazing.
Shall I put him back in? Pop in. Come on. Do a little jump...
-OK, he's just gone on to the set there.
That's fine, we've got him.
-We rescued him. He's fine.
-Everybody's calm. Stay there.
-We're going to pop the lid on.
-Let's have a look at our next guest.
He really is a monster, OK?
I've got to put some special gloves on for this.
Should I be scared?
-Oh? You didn't say that in rehearsal. That's slightly worrying.
I'm just going to take a step back.
Who is this? He really is a monster, isn't he?
Well, I've saved the best beast till last.
So, here we've got Jesus, and Jesus is a Gila monster.
-Jesus is terrifying.
And he is North America's largest lizard,
and the most amazing thing about him is,
he is one of the only venomous lizards in the world.
In fact, his venom is neurotoxic, exactly the same as a rattlesnake.
-That's why we're wearing the gloves today.
Got to keep those gloves on for safety,
which is why I'm not going to hold him today.
-I don't think that's the best idea.
-You can see his mouth opening.
Why is he doing that? Yawning?
If he wanted to protect himself, he'd use his really strong jaws
to be able to bite me, but I'm not sure he does.
-But he's nice and happy in the Blue Peter studio?
-He is indeed.
He's not going to camouflage very well,
because he's orange and black, so that won't be very good.
No, the Gila monster does the opposite, so instead of having
camouflage, like the frogs, he has got really bright colours.
Instead of hiding, he wants all the other animals to see him,
and he wants them to know that he's dangerous and if they try
and mess with him,
they probably can guess what's going to happen to them.
I would not mess with him. Have you seen the size of his claws?
They are ridiculous. Shall we put him back inside?
Do you want me to pop him away?
Yes, I'm not going to have a feel and I'm certainly not going
to stroke him. He's fine there.
Let's lock that cage and head over to the Big Badge Wall, which is
covered in all your glorious post. Is he all right there, Scott?
Yes, we're locking him up.
Come with me, cos you'll love the Big Badge Wall this week.
-Can you see that Radzi's here as well?
-Where is he?
I am not coming out unless the frogs have gone!
The frogs are away. You can come out.
There he is. It's fine.
What have you done? No, there's not a frog in his hand.
Let's take a look at this picture.
Sam from Leeds has sent in a picture of meerkats,
but it's the three of us as meerkats.
It might be my favourite picture yet.
There's Radz, Lindsey, and me going, "Say what?"
Thank you very much, Simon.
You've got a green badge on its way to you.
Speaking of green badges, Libby from Cumbria has sent in this.
-You love 3-D postcards.
-I do like 3-D postcards.
And look, it's got a fluffy tail. It's a red squirrel,
-cos she sees them when she's out on dog walks.
And the sun is shining bright, made out of foil. Well done.
Now, a little while ago on Blue Peter, we met the cutest armadillo
of all time, called Melon.
There's Lindsey holding Melon, there, inside her shell.
Well, Joseph from Gloucester,
you've recreated Melon beautifully in this fantastic picture.
You've got a blue badge coming your way very soon, my friend.
-And you guys are going to like this.
Hyanne has drawn a picture of her friend's dog,
because it reminds her of Iggy!
-Iggy, she'll be watching. Hello. Hi.
Scott, thank you very much for being here today.
It's been an absolute pleasure.
-Can I point out how awesome Scott's hair is?
Leopard-print hair. It's amazing. Thank you so much.
And thanks for all your fab post. We love it.
Now, if you like what's on the Big Badge Wall,
you're going to love what's just over here.
Shall we walk there, Barney?
We'll have to, there's another camera there.
So, we've got some BP fans in the studio, who are art lovers as well.
Scarlett, hello, welcome to the show.
Before we talk about your hand, let's look at your picture,
-which earned your silver badge. Look at that.
I've spotted Shelley, everybody.
That is not it, there's another one.
Scarlett, let's talk about your hand.
I've made a snake, so I've done yellow and green for the beak...
..and then I've used black to do the scales, and drawn an eye.
-It's very good.
-Carolyn, what you think?
I think it's incredible.
I really love all the different colours that she's got,
all the different shades of green on those scales. It's amazing.
You should be a TV presenter, Scarlett.
Right on camera two, that was. It was a great shot.
Max, let's take a look at yours. What have you got?
-I've made a dog.
So, for the base, I've painted my arm brown,
and then I have got the black polka-dots.
And you can also open its mouth.
It makes its own sound effects as well! What a job there.
You've sent us a picture, Max, which is the three of us,
we're at the front,
we're saying good night to Shelley, because she's sleeping.
It's very cool. There's no doubting your artistic skills.
Now, Wilf, you also sent us a picture.
Let's take a look at that one here.
And what is that a picture of, there, Wilf?
-I think we know the answer.
-We've found Shelley, everybody.
Third time! What's on your hand?
I've done a seagull.
-I did the body and the neck white,
and the beak orangey-gold.
It is brilliant.
Obviously, Carolyn, you're giving everyone top tips here,
and these are quite simple to do, because you're doing foliage
and feathers and fur.
If somebody wanted to try drawing an animal's face, is that easy to do?
Are there things that will help them out?
I think it's just a case of practising, again.
So, all you do is work your hand into lots of different shapes,
work out which one works best.
If you're going to have a beak or like the dog here,
you can make the mouth move or their ear wiggle,
and just have loads of fun with it,
so you can play around with all different patterns and colours.
You could do not just a seagull, you could do a parrot or pigeon.
The dog could have white fur and black spots.
-You can have as much fun with it as you like.
-Lots you can try at home.
Carolyn, thank you. Scarlett, Max and Wilf, thank you too.
If you want to have a go at doing some painting yourself,
why not give it a go? You've got to use face-paints.
Don't go into the shed and get that paint pot from 1995.
Get some proper face-paints, they're designed for the job,
have a go and send us your pictures, please. We'd love to hear from you.
All week, you've been voting for which Blue Peter baby animal film...
-Which one was it?!
-Of course it was the tigers.
-Of course it was.
Here they are. I want one.
This is Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire
and, over its 3,000 acres, you can find elephants,
white rhinos and bears.
And they're amazing. But they're not why I'm here.
I'm here to see what I think is one of the most stunning animals
in the whole world, the Siberian tiger.
And he is right there.
Beautiful, but incredibly rare,
the Siberian tiger is under threat of extinction.
They are at the rarest big cats in the world,
with only around 520 left in the wild.
So, in places like Woburn,
the race is really on to try and save the Siberian tiger,
which is why the next guys I'm about to meet are such great news.
I think they are down this corridor here.
Look at them.
Wow! Mum is huge.
Four-year-old tigress Minerva had two healthy cubs,
which is great news for the world's tiger population
and for their keeper, Chris.
Chris, tell us more about these beautiful Siberian tigers.
Why are they so threatened as a species?
Due to habitat loss and hunting for the coats
and hunting for their body parts,
so it's really important that we're trying to conserve these species.
It's really sad, isn't it?
Why do you keep them in here,
and how come they're not running around outside?
So, for their first 12 weeks, we need to keep them nice and safe,
until they've had their full injections.
So we keep them nice and secure in this tiger house.
Then, in a few weeks' time,
the cubs will be released into this nine-acre reserve.
In the meantime, I get a chance to meet their dad, Elton.
Elton, are you ready?
I'll let him out. Elton, come on.
Here we go!
Off he goes.
Five weeks later, I'm back to see the cubs released into their
new outdoor home for the very first time.
Hey, Chris, how are these guys getting on?
Yeah, really good. Doing really well.
You can see they've grown quite a lot, quite playful.
They're weighing in about 10-12 kilos at the moment,
they're not feeding from Mum much at all.
They're mainly on their meat. So we're ready to get them out.
Have you given them the all-clear? Are they ready to go?
Yes, all clear, all ready to go, so out into their main enclosure
today and, hopefully, they'll have a nice run round.
First, the cubs are removed from their den to a holding area.
Then there's just one gate between them and their new enclosure.
And guess who's got control of the gate? Me. I am so excited for this.
Three, two, one...
They've both gone back inside. They're nervous.
Oh, here we go. One has gone through.
Oh, the little shy one has gone straight through. Look at her go.
Oh, you can see she's a little bit nervous.
Go on, follow Mum.
To get a closer look at how they're settling in,
I need to join Chris in the safety of the car.
So, what do you think these babies are feeling at this point?
It's quite a big day for them.
Yes, it's quite a big day for them.
Obviously, in here, there are completely new smells
and things to look at and things to explore,
so they're going to be excited but also confused.
It's a massive learning curve.
It doesn't stop now, being out for the first time today, but it means
that over the next few weeks, they've got loads to learn and see.
They seem to be trying to hunt each other as well.
They're messing about, aren't they?
Yeah. They're doing exactly what we hoped they would do.
Everything baby tigers should be doing.
What a moment to witness this, to see them out and about,
playing, so happy in their new enclosure.
It's really lovely.
What an experience this has been! Do you know what?
I've loved making this film,
because there are only about 520 Siberian tigers actually left
in the wild, so these cubs that we've seen are
so important for the tiger population.
And we've been a small part of their journey - it's pretty cool.
Pretty cool and pretty cute.
-I love baby tigers.
-I've had one of my brilliant ideas.
You know how we have pets on the show?
-Yeah. Where are you going with this?
-Tigers - the next pet.
-I don't know if that's allowed.
I don't think we can have tigers in the BP studio.
Have a look at how they're getting on now.
They look even cuter. Look, they're all grown up.
-Still playing as siblings, though.
-Hang on, is that them now?
-They've got pretty big, haven't they?
-Bit scarier than they were before, aren't they?
-The telly's over there.
-Awesome. I've got a joke for you.
What did the tiger say when he ate the clown?
This tastes funny.
OK, we'll try again. I've got quite a good one.
How do you count cows?
I don't know.
Yeah, I think we need a bit of help, don't we?
We are launching a brand-new competition -
it's a jokey competition -
in partnership with the Comedy Classroom and Red Nose Day 2017.
-We're giggling already!
-It's that funny.
You need to come up with three rib-tickling jokes that you think
are awesome and hilarious.
Write them down and then, if you're the winner, you might actually
have your joke read out for our Red Nose Day special show.
-By a celebrity person.
-That's very cool.
Also, the judges, let's talk about those for a second.
Richard Curtis, who is one of the top directors in the world,
knows everything about comedy,
has been writing comedy for hundreds of years...
-Hundreds, that's how good the man is.
He also founded Red Nose Day... Sorry, Comic Relief.
And also, Miranda Hart, who is one of the top comedians as well.
They are going to be judging your jokes. So no pressure(!)
No, not at all. If you need a bit of inspiration,
look no further than legend and funnyman...
-I love this guy.
Let's talk about a joke. What is a joke? What makes something funny?
A joke, I think, is a nice straight story with a funny left turn.
A funny surprise at the end that you're not expecting.
OK. Let's break it down to three top tips.
So, what is it that makes a joke funny?
..and, um...I can't think of a third.
-So let's just do two.
-You made it hard by saying three.
-I was going to say six.
Best day of your life?
Honestly, one of my favourite days, ever, on Blue Peter.
That guy is such a legend.
Barney rang me after that shoot and couldn't speak, you were so happy.
He's such a nice guy.
So, yes, all the details you need to write your jokes.
-Now, these need to be brand-new jokes.
You have to invent them yourself.
Go to the Blue Peter website and find all the details you need.
And you haven't got long. The deadline is 28th February 2017.
Actually, you've got time.
Get your teacher to print out a form and get thinking of those jokes.
Make us LOL! Radz, have you got any jokes?
-I have got a brand-new original joke.
-OK, come on.
-Two sheep in a field.
-One goes, "Baa!"
The other one says, "I was going to say that."
-That's not bad. Two snowmen in a field...
One goes, "Can you smell carrot?"
Cos the nose is made of carrot! Where's she gone?
I don't have a very good joke,
but what I do have is a piece of Blue Peter history right here
because, for over 50 years, when we celebrate Christmas,
we wheel out the icon that is the Advent crown. Look at it.
-Look at that.
-And look at me.
-Still blending in!
We're going to light a candle each week to celebrate the countdown
leading up to 15th December, which is a Thursday,
that is our Christmas show.
-For safety, we're not actually lighting them.
-They're not hot.
But you can see that one is lit up right over there.
That means that there are three to go.
Three Blue Peters until our big Christmas special.
-And we love that show, don't we?
-I've got really good news, guys.
-Each of those shows are jam-packed.
-We like a bit of jam!
Now, you've been getting in touch today and telling us about what
beasts you would like to be.
Shall we sit down?
-I like sitting down.
-That's nice, isn't it?
-It's like being around at our house.
-I've got no shoes on.
..her beast, or his beast, would be a Cugorn -
it would have this skin of a chameleon, a unicorn's horn,
and the clumsiness of a pug.
-I genuinely like that.
-The clumsiness of a pug?!
That's not very fair to pugs.
MustardDottyCabbage says, "My beast would be a Wiggle called Wigglywog
"from the planet Blob.
"He would have blue skin..." A bit like Radzi at the moment!
"..and laser eyes to defeat villains."
That's like a superhero as well. I love that.
I love this.
PeculiarMoonChild says, "My beast would be half wolf,
"half bird, and it's called Air-howler."
-I've got one more.
MarvellousMagicalMidnight, the Tragon.
"My beast is half tiger and half dragon.
"It has six arms, eight legs, it moves like a cow,
"it barks like a dog
"and it can climb skyscrapers and turn into a person."
It can do everything.
As well, we've been playing Spot Shelley,
and our winner his JustFocuz, with a Z.
There she was, hiding on Radzi's back,
-when you did your painty happy dance.
-That's my happy dance.
-That's all we've got time for.
-Yes, I know.
Next week, find out if your favourite book makes it into
-the Blue Peter Book Awards.
-As well as that,
I'll be on in old-school car, doing a very cool vintage car rally.
-How awesome is that?
-I'll also be showing you how to make this,
which is officially called
-the most awesome Christmas card on planet Earth.
As well as that, there's a web chat with Scott.
It's straight after the show.
Get all your animal facts and everything lined up.
-We will see you next week. Bye. Wave.
-You look amazing.
Thank you! Happy dance! Hey!