TotalGirl is a magazine published by Pacific Magazines. It is aimed at preteen girls residing in Australia, New Zealand, and The Philippines.[1] The slogan of TotalGirl is "No Boys Allowed!"

The magazine was founded in 2002, and reached a peak circulation of 80,000 copies.[2] After a 22 percent drop in circulation over the last half of 2006, the magazine redesigned its masthead, and changed its palette and fonts in an attempt to increase its appeal.[3] The magazine also includes free gifts every month. The magazine also has its own show called Total Girl TV, which airs on Boomerang every Sunday at 9am. Shows that are on Total Girl TV includes Horseland, Strawberry Shortcake, Sabrina the Teenage Witch among other programing. Total Girl TV first aired on September 27, 2009. A new block called Total Girl began on 7TWO on 5 March 2012, and currently airs every weekday morning from 6:30am to 9:00am.

On 18 October 2010, Total Girl released their 100th issue (collector's edition)and had their 8th birthday. Miley Cyrus was on the cover holding balloons. The magazine came with party jewellery and a poster with all the covers from their previous issues on it.

Every year, Total Girl has its back to school issue at the start of January, the Best Besties issue every August and their Christmas Issue in December.

Philippine version

Total Girl Philippines
Editor-in-Chief Philippines Mimi Tiu
Categories Pre-teen magazines
First issue September 2004
Company Summit Media
Country  Philippines
Language English
Website Facebook

The Philippine version of TotalGirl dubbed as Total Girl Philippines, is the Philippine pre-teen magazine for girls ages 7 and up. It is released in September 2004 and is published by Summit Media.

The content of the Philippine Edition is almost remarkably the same with the Australian version but more on TV series, international and local celebrities.


External links

  • Magazine website
  • Summit Media
  • Total Girl Philippines at Summit Newsstand

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