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Figure Skater Evgenia Medvedeva Recreates Sailor Moon Transformation in Latest Routine

Talented and adorable!


Russian figure skating champ Evgenia Medvedeva regaled the audience at the recently held World Team Trophy gala in Tokyo. The 17-year-old brought some serious nostalgia as she skated to the Sailor Moon theme song and recreated the well-loved character’s transformation. Sailor Moon was a big hit back in the ’90s, and today has pop culture classic status.

Medvedeva not only skated beautifully. The overall performer even lip-synced to the song and put on some adorable expressions. Her entry to the skating rink with props on hand told audiences something different was about to happen.

Evgenia Medvedeva delivers a Sailor Moon-inspired routine at the World Team Trophy gala in Tokyo.

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She entered the rink with props on hand.

Medvedeva started her routine on the floor as she pretended to sleep. She woke up and was rather cranky as she started her routine. At one point, she reached for a Luna (Sailor Moon’s black guardian cat) stuffed animal.

She even recreated the Sailor Moon transformation.

A minute into the routine, Medvedeva started recreating the Sailor Moon transformation. As she skated, she removed her sleeves and her skirt, and pulled up her socks to complete her transformation from Usagi Tsukino (Sailor Moon’s alter ego) to Sailor Moon.

Her costume was pretty spot on.

The crowd cheered as Medvedeva completed her transformation, and her second costume looked really convincing. Her hair, although not blonde, was styled in the same way as the beloved anime character’s.

She lip-synced and showed convincing facial expressions.

Medvedeva continued to gracefully glide through the skating rink and completed her flawless routine. Her spins and stunts added more spunk and excitement to the energetic number. The audience can be heard clapping in enjoyment throughout the video.

Did you enjoy watching her routine, too?

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50 Hilarious Tweets That Prove Anna Kendrick Is The Queen Of Twitter

OMG! This Hollywood celeb is too funny!

If you are a big fan of Hollywood movies, then the name Anna Kendrick needs no introduction. We’ve seen the actress star in various movies such as Jessica (Bella’s friend) in the Twilight saga, and as Beca Mitchell in the Pitch Perfect series. She has also recently voiced Poppy, a main character in the Trolls animated feature, co-starring side by side with Justin Timberlake who voiced Branch.

Needless to say, Anna Kendrick is well-loved in the entertainment industry not only because of her dashing good looks and acting chops but even her fantastic singing voice.

If you, however, are one of her millions of Twitter followers, then you will know that she is also known for something else – her wit and wicked sense of humor!

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21 Emo Dudes From The 2000s That Look So Different Now

What do you think of their current look?

The emo music genre has its roots in the '80s, but it wasn't until the 2000s that emo broke into mainstream culture. Numerous emo bands, who brought us their own brand of brooding, confessional music, were signed to major record labels. They not only promoted the music but they also embodied emo fashion and lifestyle.

Unfortunately, the hype didn't last very long. Soon enough, well-loved emo bands either broke up or changed direction. The emo dudes below ditched the eyeliner for a different look. What do you think? Yay or nay?

1. Davey Havok from AFI

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Moana Star Auli’i Cravalho Sings Duet With 4-Year-Old YouTube Sensation Claire Ryann

Moana star Auli’i Cravalho and YouTube cutie Claire Ryann give a heartfelt rendition of “How Far I’ll Go.”

Actress Auli'i Cravalho is the voice behind the title character of Disney's Moana. The 16-year-old had the crowd in awe when she sang the animated film's theme song, "How Far I'll Go," at the Oscars.

However, the Moana star is just as impressive even when she's not entertaining crowds in such a grand scale. People were equally charmed when she sang with Claire Ryann Crosby, a four-year-old girl who's already risen to popularity as a YouTube sensation.

Auli'i Cravalho also resembles Moana.

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