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Audrina Patridge Paints Body Blue as "X-Men's" Mystique For Comic-Con

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Audrina Patridge is looking a little blue!

"The Hills" alum was spotted at Comic-Con on Friday, sporting a head-to-toe Mystique costume. She took to Instagram to share a few snapshots of herself as she transformed into the "X-Men" character. 

"Before and almost after #comiccon 2014," she wrote with one cosplay pic. 

0726_audrina_insetThe reality star showed her dedication by painting most of her body blue like the shape-shifting character, portrayed by Jennifer Lawrence in the most recent films.Sporting a white outfit, cherry red wig, and lime green contacts, the brunette beauty looked confident posing with Comic-Con attendees, who also went all-out in fantasy-inspired costumes.

Patridge participated in the event to help out makeup artist Cig Neutron, a season 7 contestant on SyFy's "Face-Off."

The former "Hills" star wasn't the only one who went all out this year though.

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Adrianne Curry, who's become kind of a geek goddess over the past couple years, stepped up her game by attending at Poison Ivy on Friday. With a big red wig, some strategically placed leaves and awesome body paint detail, she looked amazing (as seen with Shane West above)!

One fan got a little too close for comfort though, as Curry tweeted this morning "Yesterday a man decided I was a thing to try to feel me up. Today, if any1pulls this...cat woman is gonna bullwhip your FACE #NoPatience."

The "America's Next Top Model" winner will be donning 3 different costumes this year -- and is expected to dress as Catwoman on Saturday and Sally Jupiter from "Watchmen" on Sunday. We'll be interviewing her on Sunday -- so be sure to check back early next week for the video!

Also dressing up was former "Boy Meets World" star Maitland Ward (right), who showed up to the Con dressed in a sexy "Star Trek" uniform. 

Check out the gallery above for more crazy cosplay moments from Comic-Con 2014!

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