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‘Dora the Explorer’ Actress — Nickelodeon Lied to Me!

The little girl who voiced Dora on "Dora the Explorer" says she has audio proof that Nickelodeon bigwigs are lying to the press about why they fired her from the show … claiming the puberty excuse is pure BS.  


Nickelodeon claims they recently fired Caitlin Sanchez from "Dora" because "Caitlin's voice changed and she was no longer able to portray the Dora character."

But Caitlin's mom Hilda tells TMZ Nickelodeon's Vice President of Communications left her a voicemail in July, 2010 insisting the network wanted to continue using her daughter to voice Dora until 2012 … and never hinted about a problem with Caitlin's voice. 

In fact, in the recording, the exec tells Hilda, "We just wanted to reiterate to you … that we are very excited about continuing to work with Caitlin."

The message continues, "She’s the face and voice for the next, basically, two years … we have no plans of making that any different."

After she was let go, Caitlin filed a lawsuit against Nick — claiming they made her sign a bad deal in 2007, screwing her out of millions of dollars. Caitlin's mom believes Nick concocted the puberty excuse to "discredit" Caitlin's legal claims.

Sources connected to the dispute tell us, "Cailtin was notified on June 30 that she would no longer voice the character."

A rep for Nick tells us, "The conversation in question with the Nickelodeon press department was in specific reference to public and PR appearances. It was clearly not about portraying the voice of the character for the television show." 

The rep adds, "The Nickelodeon statement we released last week is unquestionably accurate."

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She claims she's worth millions … but TMZ has learned the girl who voiced Dora on "Dora the Explorer" was paid roughly $300,000 for her three years on the show — the same rate she agreed to when she signed her original contract back in 2007. 

According to our spies inside Nickelodeon, Caitlin Sanchez raked in approximately $1,250 an hour for her work on the popular children's TV show — and still has untold amounts of cash in the pipeline from merchandise royalties and residuals from reruns.

But as we previously reported, 14-year-old Sanchez claims her salary just doesn't cut it — insisting she was unfairly pressured into accepting the deal and subsequently lost out on the millions she thinks she's worth. 

How much were you making at 14? 

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I’m the Map! Lyrics

If there is a place you got to go
I am the one you need to know
I'm the Map!
I'm the Map!
I'm the Map!

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Dora the Explorer theme song lyrics and backpack,diego,first travel songs lyrics

Dora the Explorer theme song lyrics

Do-do-do-do Dora! Do-do-do Dora! Do-do-do Dora! Do-do-do Dora! 
Dora Dora Dora the Explorer
Boots and super-cool explorer Dora
Grab Your Backpack!
Let's go!
Jump in!
You can lead the way!
Hey! Hey!
Do-do Dora, Do-do Dora
Swiper, no swiping! Swiper, no swiping!
Aww man!

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On the backpack loaded up with things and knickknack's too Anything that you might need I got inside for you Backpack, backpack! Backpack, backpack! Yeah

Top 14 fun facts about Dora the explorer

Dora the Explorer is an international phenomenon, reaching millions of viewers daily on Nickelodeon (DStv channel 305). And now she’s coming to South Africa! Sandton City, South Africa’s premier shopping destination, is renowned for its children’s entertainment at Christmastime so it’s no wonder Dora the Explorer chose the centre as the place where she’d most like to spend the holiday season.

  1. On Aug. 14, 2000, Dora the Explorer premiered on Nickelodeon and instantly ranked as the number-one rated preschool show on commercial television.
  2. Dora was the first Nickelodeon Preschool character to appear online prior to making her on-air debut, on Aug. 14, 2000.
  3. The first Spanish word taught on Dora the Explorerwas azul (blue).
  4. Dora the Explorer is broadcast all over the world, syndicated to TV broadcasters in 151 markets and translated into 30 languages. Read more