She’s getting in character!Leida Margaretha has been very vocal about her passion for cosplay and she recently served as one of the judges for a competition. The 90 Day Fiancé star was all smiles while posing for photos at a highly anticipated convention, even proudly showing off her brand new prop and different costumes. Scroll through the gallery for all of the details!
Leida, 29, appeared to be having the time of her live while judging a cosplay competition. The TLC alum dressed to impress for the special occasion, rocking an ensemble inspired by Yennefer from The Witcher3.
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Ready to Rock
“I love this new prop,” the reality star wrote in her caption. “Yennifer goes bang, bang,” she added, alongside a laughing emoji.
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~ All the Details ~
While posing for photos, Leida showed off her glam, including smokey eyeshadow and a bold red lip color. “Steampunk prop made by Michael G,” she wrote.
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Getting in Character
During the process, Leida changed into a different outfit and later revealed how heavy it was. “This is a hella THIC costume,” she joked.
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Leida also took a fierce snap with her fellow judge and shared a photo with the first winner of the kids cosplay competition.
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Securing the Prize
After deciding which contestants reigned victorious, she shared photos of the winners to celebrate their accomplishments. “Congrats,” Leida gushed.
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Sharing Her Thoughts
“I’ve been judging so many cosplay competitions and I really appreciate their work. It’s art for me,” Leida’s publicist said on behalf of her in a statement to In Touch.
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Cherishing the Experience
“Since I’ve been winning several big competitions they offer me to participate in many cosplay competitions and I’m honored to be at their events,” Leida said.
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Passion for the Industry
The reality star added, “Also I have professional aspect or view when I judge since I’m in the cosplay industry. Seeing how much work that people put into their art is inspirational and I’m honored to be a part of the cosplay community.”