Posted November 17, 2014 by Robert Calupitan in Entertainment

Back In Pink! AMY JO JOHNSON Performs Street Concert as Pink Power Ranger

Do you remember Kimberly  Hart, the first Pink Ranger?

Amy Jo Johnson, the Pink Power Ranger in the 90’s hit TV show – Power Rangers herself, delighted fans in Toronto Friday when she rocked the Canadian city in her character’s iconic outfit as a thank-you to fans who helped her fund her upcoming film The Space Between.


Amy Jo Johnson, who wrote, directed and stars in the film, asked fans for $75,000 to help bring her work to life. That amount was handily met, and there’s still just under two weeks left in the campaign. So Johnson performed a mini-concert in costume as a thank-you to fans, which apparently included a cameo from Batman, as documented on Johnson’s Instagram. She is also stared in the TV Show Flashpoint, as one of the main cast members and as well in her new show, Covert Affairs.

As an added bonus, As kids of the 90’s we  also remember the other Power Rangers. Who can forget the original Team of Jason, Trini, Billy, Zach, And Tommy as well.  Each of them had gone their separate ways but they still have been a big part of the franchise.  Well, we know Jason David Frank (Tommy Oliver) Has his own reality show, My Morphing Life on YouTube. As well as a professional MMA Fighter. While David Yost (Billy Cranston) is now an advocate and a director/producer. Austin St. John (Jason Lee Scott) became  a real-life hero, an EMT Paramedic and a fire-fighter and even serves as a medic in the Middle East. Now back in active duty attending conventions. As for Walter Emanuel Jones (Zach Taylor) Still acting after Power Rangers for tv and movies. Thuy Trang (Trini Kwan) was still acting in films and movies from there, She went on to play Kali, one of the lead villains in the 1996 movie, The Crow: City of Angels.  and Spy Hard... Sadly, a car-accident took her from us on September 10, 2001.

A little background story for those who are wondering what happened to the rest of the original cast. Let’s keep the power burning alive.

Robert Calupitan