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Watch Kato Kaelin drink pickle juice at Picklesburgh

Nate Smallwood
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Guests from Wizard World Comicon dressed in different costumes as well as celebrity participants compete in a pickle juice drinking contest during Picklesburgh on July 26, 2019. Kato Kaelin stands at the left side of the table.
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Leland Garvey, 4, of Patterson Township, reaches for a pickle balloon while sitting atop his father, Brandon Garvey, at Picklesburgh on July 26, 2019.
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Picklesburgh takes over the Roberto Clemente Bridge on July 26, 2019.

As Picklesburgh got underway Friday in Pittsburgh, one of the special contest rounds of the pickle juice drinking contest featured a few familiar names.

Guests from Wizard World Comicon, dressed in different costumes, were joined by actor Kato Kaelin, who because famous as the house guest of O.J. Simpson before Simpson’s 1995 murder trial. Kaelin chugged the pickle juice to cheers. Actor Jason Faunt of the “Power Rangers” movie also participated. On hand were: actors Brian Krause of the “Charmed” TV show; Samm Levine of “Freaks and Geeks” TV show and Thomas Ian Nicholas of the movie “American Pie.”

Picklesburgh festivities go through the weekend.

Nate Smallwood is a Tribune-Review photographer. You can contact Nate via Twitter .

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