´╗┐Ella from Big Top Academy appears on screen.

Ella is around 12, with long straight brown hair in a ponytail and wears blue biker shorts, a pink T-shirt, and a headband with two white pompoms on her head.

She says HEY GUYS, IT'S ELLA PICCOLO FROM
BIG TOP ACADEMY.

The Big Top Bulletin logo appears with the caption "Extra edition: Hula Hoop with Ella."

Ella says FANS OF THE PICCOLO FAMILY
CIRCUS KNOW THAT THE HAWAIIAN
HULA HOOP DANCE IS AN AUDIENCE
FAVORITE.
I'M NOT JUST PUTTING A POSITIVE
SPIN ON THINGS WHEN I SAY YOU
CAN HULA HOOP LIKE A PICCOLO
TOO.

She balances a scarf as she spins a hoop around her waist.

She says BUT FIRST YOU HAVE TO LEARN HOW
TO KEEP YOUR HULA HOOP ON YOUR
WAIST AND OFF THE FLOOR.
WHEN I DO THE HAWAIIAN HULA HOOP
DANCE I USUALLY DRESS UP AS A
PINEAPPLE BUT YOU MIGHT WANT TO
WEAR WORKOUT GEAR SO YOUR HOOP
WON'T GET CAUGHT IN YOUR SHIRT.
NEXT STEP INSIDE YOUR HOOP.
BRING IT UP TO WAIST LEVEL.
STEP ONE FOOT IN FRONT OF THE
OTHER FOR BALANCE.
MAKE SURE THE HOOP IS TOUCHING
YOUR BACK.
SPINNING YOUR HOOP AROUND YOUR
BODY WHILE ROTATING YOUR WAIST
IN SMALL CIRCLES.
WEE, WEE!
EVENTUALLY YOU'LL FIND A PERFECT
RHYTHM TO KEEP YOUR HOOP
SPINNING.
FOR SURE THE HOOP'S GONNA FALL
THE FIRST FEW TRIES.
SO REPEAT THESE AWESOME TIPS AND
TRY AGAIN.
TURN UP THE CORNERS OF YOUR
MOUTH AND KEEP ON HULA HOOPING.
WOO!
WOO!
WOO!

She now starts jumping through the hoop. Then, she spins the hoop around her neck.

(CHEERING)