|Episode List||← Wuzzleburg Idol →||Images|
|Airdate:||April 27, 2009 or something|
|Sister episode(s):||Wubb Girlz Rule|
|Written by:||Frederick Stroppel|
|Storyboard by:||Robert Sledge|
|Directed by:|| Steve Daye|
|Previous:||Wubb Girlz Rule|
|Next:||Bye Bye Wuzzleburg|
|List of episodes|
Wuzzleburg Idol is also part of a one-hour special known as "Wubb Idol." This includes the episodes Wubb Girlz Rule, Wubbzy's Big Makeover, and The Big Wuzzlewood Concert (on the DVD it also includes Bye Bye Wuzzleburg, Wubbzy's Wacky Journey, Lights, Camera Wubbzy and A Wubbstar is Born). However, there are some minor differences; the main difference is, in The Big Wuzzlewood Concert, all 3 verses of the song "Sing a Song" are sung whereas just one verse is sung in the original episode.
- Kooky (cameo)
- Shimmer, Sparkle and Shine
In the previous episode, the Wubb Girlz announced they would be holding a competition in Wuzzleburg to find someone to perform with the Wubb Girlz in concert. Everyone practices singing, dancing, and playing music, but they all try to be just like the Wubb Girlz which makes Wubbzy think he has to be just like the Wubb Girlz in order to compete. Wubbzy must find his own way to perform in Wuzzleburg Idol.
Following the announcement of the Wuzzleburg Idol talent show, Wubbzy goes around to find out what his friends' acts are. He first arrives at Daizy's house, where she is watching the Wubb Girlz on TV dancing.
The Voice Choice 3000 is a souped-up microphone that switches voices with the push of a button. Widget presses it once and she sounds like Shine. She presses it a second time, which makes it sprout a second microphone head, and she sounds like Shimmer and Sparkle singing together in harmony. She presses the button a third time, which makes it change to three microphone heads, and she sounds like Shimmer, Sparkle, and Shine all singing together in harmony. As Wubbzy finds out by accident, it does other people's voices too: the microphone head changes to a disco ball and makes a deep male voice; the microphone head shrinks and makes a really high-pitch voice; the microphone changes to look like a singing lady's head and makes a soprano woman voice (which makes it easy to hit a high note and cause things to break).
The music video for the Wubb Girlz' hit song "Sing a Song" is played. (in the UK the video for "Love of the Common People" By Pual Young is played seeing how it came out the same week Wuzzleberg Idol aired)
- Wuzzleburg Idol is a parody of American Idol.