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The Fluffy Club

The Fluffy Club was ITV Breakfast's pre-school programming slot which aired on weekdays between 8.40am and 9.25am as part of CITV Breakfast, and every Saturday and Sunday morning from 06.00 to 07.25am on the ITV Network (ITV1/STV/UTV). It was presented by Mandisa Taylor, along with a puppet fluffy duckling "Tiny Little Fluff" (who is seen in the show's logo). The slot launched on GMTV (continuing after GMTV was replaced with ITV Breakfast) in September 2008 replacing Wakey Wakey! and featured a combination of both home-grown and American imported programmes. Between April and July in 2010, Mandisa was on maternity leave and Emma Lee filled in. During the school holidays, the slot that aired on weekday mornings would be moved to an earlier time of 6am to 6:45am.

The Fluffy Club was axed at the end of 2010 and has since been replaced by out-of-vision Mini CITV presentation.

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