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Now You Can Relive Your Childhood & PowerPuff Yourself

If you haven’t already heard, you can create yourself as a Powerpuff from the hit show Powerpuff Girls. There’s no gender limitation on these creations, though, so you can really go wild! Give yourself a pet and colorful hair while you’re at it.

Cartoon Network launched the website to promote the reboot of PowerPuff Girls (Monday 6 p.m. ET/PT). It’s obviously working, since #PowerpuffYourself was trending on Twitter.

Of course, since the site’s launch, it’s been a hit for creating celebrity and fictional Powerpuffs. Who wouldn’t want to see Beyonce or One Direction as a two-dimensional children’s cartoon character?

Entertainment Weekly went ahead and Powerpuffed all the members of One Direction, with adequate apologies because the app doesn’t have a hairstyle that accurately matches Harry Styles’. 


This is sure to be everyone’s latest excuse for not studying. 

Alaina Leary is an award-winning editor and journalist. She is currently the communications manager of the nonprofit We Need Diverse Books and the senior editor of Equally Wed Magazine. Her work has been published in New York Times, Washington Post, Healthline, Teen Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Boston Globe Magazine, and more. In 2017, she was awarded a Bookbuilders of Boston scholarship for her dedication to amplifying marginalized voices and advocating for an equitable publishing and media industry. Alaina lives in Boston with her wife and their two cats.
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