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Who's hot & who's not for hot toys this holiday season?

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Who says you have to wait until the holidays to get your hands on the hottest toys? The list of this year's hottest toys is out, according to Toys ‘R Us.

Here are some of the items that are sure to be on a lot of "most wanted" lists this year:

An Elmo doll that gives hugs for 59-99.
A loom that lets you make bracelets for 14.99.
LEGO is out with a "Legends of Chima the Lion" set for 119.99

Click here to view the complete list of this holiday season's Hot Toys at the Toys ‘R Us web site.

This also brings us today's Hot Topic question on Good Day Atlanta: "What's your favorite hot toy – past or present?" Post it now at the FOX 5 Atlanta Facebook and see what other classic toys made the list!

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