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'Star Wars' Fans are Drawing Lightsabers, Mops and Cats to Complete #BenSoloChallenge

Screenshots from videos uploaded by Twitter users: @LindaNoul / @JakeFromYavin / @LegendofLorie.

Screenshots from videos uploaded by Twitter users: @LindaNoul / @JakeFromYavin / @LegendofLorie.

The challenge is inspired by one of the scenes in the latest instalment of the 'Star Wars' series - 'The Rise of Skywalker'.

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Star Wars has a huge fan base and recently, social media has been all abuzz with the viral challenge #BenSoloChallenge.

The challenge is inspired by one of the scenes in the latest instalment of the Star Wars series - The Rise of Skywalker.

The scene features Adam Driver as Ben Solo, who prepares himself to battle against his former henchmen, Rey. Solo uses their bond to help Rey get a lightsaber.

In the series, Solo is seen magically pulling out a lightsaber from behind before taking on his enemies. Watch the actual scene that people are trying to recreate, by giving it a funny twist.

The viral challenge began when a Twitter user 'Mike loves the shrug' posted a TikTok video of himself recreating the scene. Soon other Star Wars fans from across the world began to perform the scene, roping them others in the challenge.

Many flaunted their sword-wielding skills.

This one is the most adorable!

Don't miss out on one of the funniest recreations by one of the Star Wars fans for #BenSoloChallenge.

Some fans went overboard and decided to give the Internet challenge a funny twist by replacing lightsabers with umbrellas, mops, and even bread.

One of the Star Wars fans pulled out her pet cat instead of a lightsaber.

Wait, a hammer as a lightsaber?

This is how one of the fans recreated the scene:

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