The Wiggles on winning the Hottest 100 | News Breakfast

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Anthony, Murray, Jeff and Lachy Wiggle join the News Breakfast team to talk about how a children’s group celebrates when they win the @triple j Hottest 100 with their cover of the @Tame Impala track Elephant.

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