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[Photo Story] The THON 2024 Kids’ Fashion Show

Who doesn’t love some cute kids in costumes?

The annual THON Kids’ Fashion Show bedazzled the Bryce Jordan Center stage Sunday afternoon on the final day of THON 2024. Four Diamonds children and their siblings and friends strutted their best threads across the stage to show off their awesome costumes.

As always, our photographers were there to capture all the cuteness. Let’s take a look back at some photos.

Jackson and Riley got things going with their awesome Alice in Wonderland and knight costumes.

Princess Denni was up next, accompanied by her other fairytale friends.

Brothers Sean and Adam followed Princess, dressed and ready to live out their Hockey Valley dreams.

Sisters Brielle and Willow happily danced out onto the stage with smiles on their faces, dressed as princesses.

Another pair of fairy princess sisters, Addison and Evelyn, were up next. Today was Evelyn’s birthday, so she exited the stage to a special round of applause.

Carly and Ellie followed, adorning some awesome gnome hats.

Next up were Gus, Juliet, and Georgia who appeared to be a “Wizard of Oz”-inspired set of costumes.

Who said this show was only for little kids? High school freshman Julia O’Toole rocked the stage in her fairy costume, making the pitch for Taylor Swift to be next year’s THON national act.

Shiloh and Harper went beyond the fashion show with some magic. After casting a quick spell, Fairy Harper turned her sister Shiloh into a pig!

Lily LeCrone was up next, dressed as a princess.

Fan favorites from last night’s Kids’ Talent Show Mina and Melaina Horan and Nessa and Charlize Curry were back in some awesome costumes.

Emily Schmidt, who dreams of playing field hockey at Penn State, rocked the stage in her costume.

Dean’s list student Savannah Keenen was up next in a medieval-inspired costume.

Celia and Adeline Cosentino dressed as fairies.

Kendall, Whitney, and Madelyn Gehman brought their good energy to the stage.

Mario Ouardi brought his star power to the stage next with a shimmery blue blazer.

Next up were Devin and Trevor Pulaski, another set of familiar faces from the Talent Show.

Peyton Karloski rode her valiant steed out on stage.

Last up was Macy Stone, who rocked an awesome Barbie tee shirt.

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Mikey DeAngelis

Mikey DeAngelis is a junior majoring in film production who is also serving as one of Onward State's visual editors. During his free time, he enjoys making content for his YouTube channel. Mikey loves Philly sports, traveling and hiking in National Parks, and watching movies. To reach Mikey, feel free to reach out on Twitter (@mikey_deangelis) or by email ([email protected]).

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