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In a dazzling celebration of anime excellence, Crunchyroll recently held its 8th Anime Awards in Tokyo, drawing in a constellation of global stars and creatives to illuminate the event.

Among these luminaries was none other than Megan Thee Stallion, charged with the electrifying task of unveiling the coveted “Anime of the Year” award.

The honor was bestowed upon none other than the gripping saga of Jujutsu Kaisen Season Two, a series that not only clinched this prestigious title but also clinched multiple accolades, including Best Action, Best Character Design, Best Cinematography, Best Director, Best Opening Sequence, and Best Ending Sequence.

While the spotlight shone brightly on the remarkable anime achievements of the night, it also cast a captivating glow on Megan Thee Stallion herself. Adorned in a bespoke ensemble paying homage to one of her beloved anime characters, Bruno Bucciarati from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, the three-time Grammy winner infused her unique flair while staying true to the essence of Bucciarati’s iconic style — from the sleek bob cut to the daring lace bodice and intricate zipper details, all evoking the essence of Bucciarati’s signature aesthetic.

Megan Thee Stallion’s passion for anime knows no bounds. Beyond flaunting her anime-inspired manicure on social media platforms like Instagram, she has also immortalized characters like My Hero Academia’s Todoroki in the pages of magazines, notably in a striking cover shoot with Paper magazine in 2019.

More recently, she delighted fans by donning an outfit inspired by Satoru Gojo, sharing her anime-inspired fashion journey with her ever-growing audience.

On the vibrant Orange Carpet preceding the ceremony, Megan Thee Stallion revealed her enduring affection for classics like Yu Yu Hakusho, dubbing it her go-to comfort anime.

She also professed her penchant for action-packed narratives, expressing her preference for stories that dive headfirst into chaos and character development.

In her own words, “As soon as an anime comes on, I wanna see the city getting torn up like the city needs to be destroyed on the first go. I need to understand why you’re mad, what is the character development story, and what are we going through. Take me on a ride with you.”

For a comprehensive list of all the night’s winners, enthusiasts are encouraged to visit Crunchyroll’s official webpage, where the complete rundown awaits eager eyes.


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