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PriPara: Everyone Shine! Sparkling☆Star Live (劇場版プリパラ み～んなでかがやけ！キラリン☆スターライブ！) is the 4th PriPara film, set in a "Puchū Tour". It follows Laala and her friends as they journey to different planets. It was released in Japanese theaters on March 4, 2017 and on Blu-ray & DVD on September 29, 2017.
Laala and friends go on a "Puchū Tour". They visit various planets around the solar system to spread the word about how wonderful PriPara is, but challenges await on each planet.
- Laala Manaka
- Mirei Minami
- Sophie Hojo
- Shion Todo
- Dorothy West
- Leona West
- Mikan Shiratama
- Aroma Kurosu
- Fuwari Midorikaze
- Ajimi Kiki
- Hibiki Shikyoin
- Gloria Ookanda
- Non Manaka
- Chiri Tsukikawa
- Pepper Taiyou
- Cosmo Hojo
- Nao Ehime
- Yui Yumekawa
- Nanami Shirai
- Love Tochiotome
- Sadako Gozen
- Hanana Kozono
- Haruki Amamiya
- Rei Ando
- Just be yourself - The World Standard (Main theme)
- PriPara ☆ Dancing!!! - Laala Manaka & Gaaruru (Ending)
- Triangle・Star - SoLaMi♡SMILE
- Ready Smile!! - SoLaMi♡SMILE
- Run♪ for Jumping! - Dressing Pafé
- Mon Chouchou - Tricolore
- Amazing· Castle - Gaarumageddon
- Charismatic GIRL☆Yeah! - Triangle
- Sugarless×Friend - NonSugar
- Bring Back The Idols! - UCCHARI BIG-BANGS
- Red Flash Revolution - Sophie Hojo
- Make it! - Laala Manaka & Nao Ehime (Laala course)
- Neo Dimension Go!! - Tricolore (Hibiki course)
- TRIal HEART ~Punishment Tickets of Love~ - Mirei Minami (Mirei course)
- PriPara☆LaLan - Super PriPara☆All Idols (SoLaMi♡Dressing, Gaarumageddon, NonSugar, Faruru and Fuwari Midorikaze)
- The main theme song (Just be yourself) was also used as the opening for the sequel series, Idol Time PriPara.
- A promotion video was released with The World Standard teaching a simple choreography the viewers could dance to for PriPara☆Lalan in the theaters.
- There was a small preview of DanPri after the credits, after which the protagonist of Idol Time PriPara, Yui Yumekawa, also made an appearance.
- The word "puchū" is a play on the word for space (uchū), similar to how the names of other locations and concepts in the series have one of the syllables changed to a p consonant sound. Similarly, there are "puchūjin" (uchūjin = aliens).
- Pluto is visited, although Pluto is technically a dwarf planet rather than being classified as a planet.