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You have to see the original Pink Ranger singing in her iconic costume
Original Power Ranger dons costume 20 years after the show.
Thanks to her snug Pink Ranger costume, Amy Jo Johnson will always be burned into the psyches of boys who were experiencing the changes of life in the early ‘90s. But since then, both Johnson and her fans have moved on from the days of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
Yet, just because the actress has gone on to star in other roles since her days as Kimberly Hart, it doesn’t mean she’s forgotten her roots. As part of the Indiegogo campaign for her film The Space Between, Johnson offered a number of Power Ranger-centric donation levels to entice fans. However, nothing could prepare those fans for what the actress did to celebrate reaching her fundraising goal for the film.
Almost 20 years after she retired her pink spandex, Johnson took to Instagram with costume in tow to announce she would be donning her ranger gear and busking with her guitar since she reached her fundraising goal. Even David Yost, who played Billy the Blue Ranger, was flabbergasted by the bravery of the 44-year-old actress.
But being the indepdent Pink Ranger that she is, Johnson still doesn’t have to put up with Billy’s crap, she’s got
Puttys performances to deal with.
Billy, stay back with Zordon at Command Center. If you need Amy Jo Johnson or Kimberly Hart, you can find them raising money and writing/directing their own film.
Greg Seals is a former social media producer and contributing writer for the Daily Dot. He specializes in creating and covering viral content on platforms that include Tumblr, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter.