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Photos: The Best Costumes Of Star Wars Celebration 2015
Thousands of Star Wars fans showed up at the Anaheim Convention Center this weekend for the annual Star Wars Celebration.
The annual expo featured tons of fans in costumes and showing off their Star Wars tattoos, panels and presentations, classes and more. Of course, the biggest news might have been that new Star Wars trailer featuring Han and Chewie. An estimated 60,000 fans showed up, according to the L.A. Times.
We always enjoy a good twist on a theme—like the steampunk Star Wars or the pink Chewbacca.
We also enjoyed this costume:
Ladies and gentlemen, my girlfriend @Jennernugen as Admiral AckBunny. #StarWars #SWCA pic.twitter.com/QVrA0yMbbS— Grant Imahara (@grantimahara) April 18, 2015
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