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Disney stars to Shake It Up in Dubai

Love Disney? Bella Thorne and Zendaya Coleman, stars of Disney’s award winning hit TV show Shake It Up, will launch their signature celebrity milkshakes

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  • Published: 18:28 March 7, 2012

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  • Bella Thorne (pictured) and Zendaya Coleman, stars of Disney’s award winning hit TV show Shake It Up, will launch their signature celebrity milkshakes at the Millions of Milkshakes bar in The Dubai Mall on Friday, March 30.
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Love Disney? Bella Thorne and Zendaya Coleman, stars of Disney’s award winning hit TV show Shake It Up, will launch their signature celebrity milkshakes at the Millions of Milkshakes bar in The Dubai Mall on Friday, March 30.

Wristbands for strictly limited meet-and-greet photo opportunity and autographs are on sale at Millions of Milkshakes The Dubai Mall and Virgin Megastore The Dubai Mall or by calling the MOMs UAE hotline number for Dh400 per guest.

VIP wristbands are Dh600 per guest and includes dinner with the girls at Alhan Restaurant in Abu Dhabi on Thursday March 29 and a Millions of Milkshakes & Shake It Up TShirt.

Phone 050 3140751 for VIP tickets or 050 852 7141 for regular.

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