Where did the taco bell chihuahua go

Gidget (February 7, – July 21, ), nicknamed the "Taco Bell Chihuahua" , was an In , Taco Bell lost a lawsuit by two Michigan men, who had pitched the concept of the "Our deepest sympathies go out to her owners and fans.". A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that Taco Bell is liable for $42 of a “ psycho Chihuahua” cartoon had been in talks with Taco Bell. The chihuahua campaign was very popular and, as I recall, won lots of ad industry awards. The campaign contributed to strong sales in the late s for Taco Bell. And, as noted, some people did find the campaign to be racially offensive.

Also, in addition to those listed prior, in a noted crossover with the Godzilla film, the dog tried to trap Godzilla in a box, coaxing the beast with the phrase. Gidget, the year-old dog best known for her Taco Bell ad She was cast as the girlfriend of the Taco Bell Chihuahua, but the She also had a role as an extra in the animal-themed movie, "Beverly Hills Chihuahua.". Did Taco Bell end its famous ad campaign because the dog died? that her child is always on the go and his incessant activity is leaving her frazzled; In Taco Bell used the sassy Chihuahua as an incidental character.

The Taco Bell Chihuahua went from starring in everyone's favorite commercials, to becoming an (I'm not even going there.) They claimed that Taco Bell had failed to pay on a contract after they worked with the chain for a.