Tue, 17 Apr 2012 09:49:30 GMT | By Melody Oei
Celebrities we want brought back to life

Tupac’s hologram at Coachella brings back ghosts of celebrities past.



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Tupac was brought back to life through a high-definition projection at the US music festival Coachella in California over the weekend. The rapper who was shot dead in a drive-by 16 years ago appeared larger than life, rapping and bouncing next to Snoop on stage.

According to Nick Smith, president of AV Concepts, the hologram of Tupac took up to 4 months to create and is comparable in cost from $100,000 to $400,000 (Source: MTV).

You've seen the resurrection of Tupac, who else do you think should be resurrected from the dead? Anyone thinks Biggie should be resurrected too? Which of your favourite celebrities were just too young to go? Check out our list!

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