Universal Studios Orlando has a new character in one of its theme parks with a very particular set of skills. Inside the Magic said the troll trio does a dance for the guests. Then, after cutting loose, Guy Diamond releases a sparkly shart, just as he does in the film.
If your kids are anything like mine, then you've probably seen DreamWorks' hit movie, Trolls, roughly times by now. Yep, we've seen it all in this house. So I can just imagine how excited my kiddos would be if they got to meet some of their favorite troll characters in person. And honestly, kids are going to be obsessed. According to Attractions Magazine , Poppy and Branch have been doing meet and greets with guests for a while now at Universal Studios Florida. However, the park recently added another beloved troll to the line-up: Everyone's favorite auto-tuned, bare-bottomed, glitter-tastic troll, Guy Diamond. And get this: He literally farts glitter! Ahead of the meet and greet event, the troll trio dances for guests — culminating with a poof of glitter from Guy's naked behind, Inside the Magic reported. A video of the dance, which was shared by the magazine's YouTube and Twitter accounts, has managed to attract a fair amount of attention. Check it out for yourself!
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