Former Wiggle Emma Watkins Stars For Nintendo Switch

Former Wiggle Emma Watkins Stars For Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Australia has announced that multi-talented Australian children’s entertainer, singer, actress, and dancer, Emma Watkins, is the latest celebrity to appear in a brand campaign for Nintendo Switch.

In the new campaign, Emma shows how Nintendo Switch plays a role in her busy lifestyle, with games such as Ring Fit Adventure, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and Pikmin 4 providing opportunities to relax and have fun around her work and touring schedule.

An avid fan of Nintendo Switch, Watkins said: “It’s been such a thrill to partner with Nintendo Australia for this campaign and show how these games, and Nintendo Switch, form a part of my home routine and help me to relax and unwind by myself and with family. Sharing the fun with my husband and sister has been great too!”

The commercials also feature Emma’s sister, Hayley Watkins, and her husband, Oliver Brian, in supporting roles. The first TV commercial, featuring Ring Fit Adventure and Animal Crossing: New Horizons is out now.




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