Video footage of "Star Wars" stars dancing to GUNS N' ROSES' "Welcome To The Jungle" and METALLICA's "Enter Sandman" during yesterday's (Saturday, May 21) Disney's Star Wars Weekends 2011 can be viewed below.Star Wars Weekends is an annual special event at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park that celebrates the legendary "Star Wars" saga and the animated television series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars". On Friday, Saturday and Sunday of each weekend, you can join celebrities and characters for special shows, panels, presentations and more. According to Inside The Magic, the theme of this year's dance-off is rock music and the teams are simple. It's the "Good Guys" against the "Bad Guys" as Emperor Palpatine, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, and other "Star Wars" baddies show off their stuff against Chewbacca, Ewoks, Queen Amidala, Ahsoka Tano, and more heroes of the saga. In addition to a bigger stage, the show now sports plenty of loud pyrotechnics and a bright screen sporting graphics supporting each act. For more information, visit Disney Online.
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