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THON Children Rule The Runway In Kids’ Fashion Show

It’s fashion show time, folks!

THON children showed off their phenomenal style and glamorous ‘fits in this island-inspired portion of the livestream. These kids definitely brought some much-needed energy to the audience. Watch out, Gigi Hadid. Looks like you might have some competition.

During the first act of the afternoon, these fashionable kids strutted their stuff to “Under The Sea” from The Little Mermaid. The kids looked dashing in colorful leis, mermaid tails, and other ocean-inspired attire.

Up first, we have Harper and Shiloh Crimmel who showed off their style in island-esque dresses. They also had an outfit change and came back out in Penn State cheerleading attire. Bang!

Savannah Keenan wore an outfit inspired by The Little Mermaid. Her red hair made her almost identical to Ariel.

Kimberly and Allison Bender looked great in their coordinating tutus and headbands. These twins dominated the runway with their cool moves.

Aubrey and Ellis Evans wore sparkly gowns and twirled their way across the screen. How elegant!

The next act was accompanied by “Where You Are” from Moana, so many kids wore outfits inspired by the hit Disney movie.

Julia O’Toole, who is partnered Volé Dance Company, is actually a dancer herself. Julia changed from a fiery red dress to a Moana-inspired outfit, and she even dressed her dog up as a shark.

Maddelyn Yohe wore a stunning mermaid outfit. That is one shiny tail!

Paula and Emma Engel-Herbert shone brightly in coordinating yellow and red fish outfits. As Dr. Seuss once said, “One fish, two fish, red fish, yellow fish.” Or something like that.

The next set of kids flaunted their groovy outfits to “Surfin’ USA” by The Beach Boys.

Devin and Trevor Pulaski danced around in Hawaiian outfits and even showed off a cool octopus prop. Not to mention, their backdrop made me feel like I was relaxing at an island resort.

Caroline Hess, who already has experience modeling for a kids’ clothing company, is a seasoned professional. Caroline absolutely smashed the stage in an island-esque dress and an orange boa. Go off, Caroline!

Abigail, Naomi, Nehemiah, and Samuel Regalado were one cool crew. The boys wore Finding Nemo costumes and the girls dressed as Lilo from “Lilo & Stitch.” Hey Disney, y’all see this?

William, Elizabeth, and Mary Sunderhaus looked as snazzy as ever in shark, mermaid, and lobster outfits.

Ahoy, matey! Rylie, Remy, Colton, Piper Blanchard killed the stage in their pirate attire.

Levi, Christian, and Allie Krodel wowed the crowd in their pirate and mermaid ‘fits. Someone get these kids a modeling contract!

Owen, Ellie, and Aiden Bonn looked aaarrgh-mazing in their pirate ensembles. These pirates even had swords to protect their hidden treasure.

Carly Wilfong showed off her sick spins and cool dance moves. Let’s go, Carly!

The next crew of dancers ruled the runway to “Surf’s Up” from Teen Beach Movie.

Elliana Rodenhauser brought the heat in a sparkly mermaid dress. Her performance was complete with outfit changes and a realistic palm tree prop. Absolutely captivating.

Lily and Caleb Zaboli dressed as a hula girl and shark, respectively.

Josiah Garcia was absolutely electric. He showed off some cool Penn State swag and his sick basketball skills.

For the finale, these fashionistas strutted their stuff one last time to “Hawaiian Rollercoaster Ride.”

That’s all from the 2021 Kids’ Fashion Show. All I have to say is that these kids absolutely killed it, and I definitely see some modeling contracts headed their way in the future.

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Grace is a sophomore advertising major and one of Onward State’s social media editors. Grace hails from Chatham, New Jersey—no, she doesn’t know Snooki, and yes, she will fight you if you tell her that Pennsylvania bagels are good. Grace loves buffalo chicken, the Yankees, and watching Cake Boss. Follow her on Twitter @gecunningham7 or email her at gracecunningham@onwardstate.com if you can get her an internship in late night television.

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