David Archuleta to Ride the Starship Discovery Float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

MJ’s blog is reporting that:

David Archuleta will be a part of the the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, and I’m hearing he’ll be riding on the Starship Discovery Float, which is sponsored by Greendog, a childrens’ clothes company.

Last year, High School Musical’s Corbin Bleu, and the members of the PBS show Fetch! rode on the float, which featured a giant telescope, solar system, space mission control and science labs…

Here is a photo from last year’s Starship Discovery Float:

starship

Thanks to TOfan for finding the following video:

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~ by fhrradio1 on November 25, 2008.

6 Responses to “David Archuleta to Ride the Starship Discovery Float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade”

  1. there was an article in The Post (actually i think it was the post, but i’m not positive cuz my dad only left one page out for me to see) about david in the thanksgiving parade. it also confirms the fload david will be on.

    just giving you a heads-up =)

    if it’s the post that’s huge for david!!! so exciting!

  2. *sorry. float, not fload. lol.

  3. So excited to see David on the float. Happy Thanksgiving David. Your album rocks.

  4. Great float for David to be on – “Starship” because he has launched himself into the stratosphere of superstardom! Superstardom done right!!

  5. archiefandoc
    lmaooo true!!
    cant wait to see him here in nyc!
    😀
    ilovedavidjamesarchuleta.<3

  6. EXCITING!!! Haven’t watched the Macy’s parade in years…but I sure will this time!!

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