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Carrie Fisher's Princess Leia Bikini Inspired Many Pop Culture Copycats (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

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We'd be lying if we told you that the dork inside of us didn't let out a squee of joy this morning upon hearing that Carrie Fisher would be reprising her role as Princess Leia Organa in the "Star Wars Episode VII" film. Hey, those buns, that white robe and, not to mention, that gold bikini are costume icons.

"It was like steel, not steel, but hard plastic, and if you stood behind me you could see straight to Florida. You'll have to ask Boba Fett about that," Fisher once recounted about the aforementioned two-piece.

Like we said, Leia's distinct style has gone down in history for sci-fi nerds and pop culture lovers alike. As such, many famous ladies have tried their hands at the space-age look. So while the rest of the world wonders if Harrison Ford will grab his light saber for another go, we're taking a look back at some of our favorite imitators Leia's fashion has spawned.

Kim Kardashian:

Jennifer Aniston on "Friends":

Tina Fey on "30 Rock":

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Olivia Munn:

Laura Prepon on "That 70s Show":

Kayley Cuoco's Slave Leia PSA:

Kristen Bell in "Fanboys":

And, of course, the original:

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Obviously, the bikini has changed since then...

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