Jaime King Joins The 'Star Wars' Original Trilogy In Today's Daily TwitPic

I'm pretty sure that Twitter-Wood writer Brian Warmoth picked out today's Daily TwitPic knowing I'd be all over it. Thanks, Brian!

In the "Star Wars" prequel trilogy, a character was introduced named Aurra Sing, the white-skinned, topknot-wearing bounty hunter contracted to take out Queen Amidala. She doesn't have a whole lot of screen time, but like Boba Fett in the Original Trilogy, Sing is a memorable figure, one who has only grown more complex since her appearance on "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," as voiced by Jaime King. She's also attracted a large group of fans, one of whom is Photoshop-savvy enough to have inserted her into a scene from the first "Star Wars" movie. Check it out after the jump!

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