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Heidi Klum Wildly Gory Halloween Costume Took 12 Hours To Put On

Heidi Klum Wildly Gory Halloween Costume Took 12 Hours To Put On

No one does Halloween like Heidi Klum.

The supermodel held her 20th annual Halloween party on Tuesday night and brought jaws to the floor with her gory costume choice.

Appearing at New York’s Cathédrale as a bloody, tube-covered alien monster, Klum wore a horrifying outfit featuring exposed muscles and intestines. The 46-year-old was accompanied by her husband, Tom Kaulitz, who was dressed as an astronaut who likely “found” her alien self and was outfitted with a bloody face and shattered helmet.

Heidi Klum is famous for her outrageous Halloween costumes, and this year was no different. Klum came dressed as a gory alien monster. Husband, Tom Kaulitz, completed the look by dressing as a bloodied astronaut

— Reuters (@Reuters) November 1, 2019

Klum got ready for the day inside an Amazon Books store on 34th Street, posting images and video of the 12-hour process. 

Klum’s first tweet about getting ready went out just before noon and she appeared to still be in the makeup chair as late as 10:30 p.m.

Luckily, she still made it to her fete and looked truly unhinged in the process.

Never stop with the surprises, Heidi!


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Survey Reveals Growing Interest in STEM Among Girls, While Stereotypes Persist in Parents’ Opinions of Gender Appropriate Jobs

Survey Reveals Growing Interest in STEM Among Girls, While Stereotypes Persist in Parents’ Opinions of Gender Appropriate Jobs

ATLANTA, March 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — In recognition of Women’s History Month, Georgia-Pacific’s paper towel brand Brawny® is again celebrating strong and resilient females of all ages who have paved the way for future generations of girls to chase their dreams. Today it released a powerful anthem video showcasing trailblazing females throughout history whose accomplishments personify the campaign’s moniker, #StrengthHasNoGender.

But while the feats of these females and countless others have helped break barriers for other women and girls, there is still progress to be made in eliminating gender stereotypes and obstacles that exist in society today. In a recently commissioned survey by the makers of Brawny® examining kids’ and parents’ perceptions of role models, strength, heroism and professional aspirations, the results revealed conflicting attitudes that show progress and those that still align with traditional gender stereotypes, particularly when it comes to school subjects favored by girls and their occupational ambitions for the future.  

The nationwide online survey by Propeller Insights on behalf of the makers of Brawny® was conducted among 2,003 children ages 6-11, along with one of their parents, from Nov. 9-Dec. 3, 2018. Key findings from the survey include:

  • Among Girls ages 6-11, three of their Top 5 favorite subjects in school were STEM related (Math, Science and Computers)
  • Girls ages 6-8 are closing the generational gap for interest in STEM subjects (5% higher in Science and 14% higher in Math) today vs. Moms’ interest when they were kids
    • Despite a growing interest among Girls in STEM subjects at the elementary school level, only one STEM occupation (Scientist) made the Top 10 of job aspirations
  • Parents most frequently identified the following jobs as better suited by gender, reinforcing consistency with professions that are gender imbalanced:
    • For Girls: Makeup Artist, Nurse, Teacher, Stay-at-Home Parent, Cheerleader
    • For Boys: Police Officer, Military, Firefighter, Mechanic, Professional Athlete
  • Kids of both genders identify male-dominated professions such as construction worker & firefighter as jobs for Boys
  • Sign of the times – YouTuber (6%) and Video Game Designer (4%) break into Top-10 of rankings of jobs that Boys covet
  • Dad was named strongest figure in Girls’ and Boys’ lives, while Mom ranked second. Girls were more likely than Boys to identify Mom as the strongest person they know (37% vs. 26%)

“Throughout its evolution over the past four years, our #StrengthHasNoGender campaign continues to celebrate female empowerment and inspire momentum toward the future of true gender equality,” said Nicole Cook, Brand Building Director, Retail Towel and Napkins at Georgia-Pacific. “This year’s survey results illustrate that while strides have been made, particularly in girls’ interest in STEM, there is more work to be done. Through the celebration of female pioneers as well as our investment in the future via our support of Girls Inc., we hope to inspire progress on this journey.”

In addition to the survey, the brand continues to fortify its multi-year partnership with the nonprofit organization, Girls Inc. and will contribute $75,000 in support of its many different programs which inspire young girls to carry out the organization’s mission of being strong, smart, and bold.

The Brawny® brand will commemorate the #StrengthHasNoGender campaign by releasing limited-edition product featuring three multigenerational women in place of The Brawny Man® on packages at retailers nationwide during Women’s History Month. Reinforcing the generational theme of this year’s campaign, the Brawny® brand has created a short anthem film to honor past female pioneers paving the way for the women of today, as well as lend support to future generations available now at   

The #StrengthHasNoGender initiative is an extension of the Brawny® Stay Giant® campaign, which encourages and honors Americans who face adversity with strength and resilience. Visit for more information.

About Girls Inc.

Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through direct service and advocacy. Our comprehensive approach to whole girl development equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. These positive outcomes are achieved through mentoring relationships, girls-only safe spaces, and research-based programming. Informed by girls and their families, we also advocate for legislation and policies to increase opportunities for all girls. Join us at

About Georgia-Pacific

Based in Atlanta, Georgia-Pacific and its subsidiaries are among the world’s leading manufacturers and marketers of bath tissue, paper towels and napkins, tableware, paper-based packaging, cellulose, specialty fibers, nonwoven fabrics, building products and related chemicals.  Our familiar consumer brands include Quilted Northern®, Angel Soft®, Brawny®, enMotion®, Sparkle®, Mardi Gras®, Vanity Fair®, Dixie® as well as STAINMASTER™ household cleaning products. Georgia-Pacific has long been a leading supplier of building products to lumber and building materials dealers and large do-it-yourself warehouse retailers. Its Georgia-Pacific Recycling subsidiary is among the world’s largest recyclers of paper, metal and plastics. The company operates approximately 200 facilities and employs approximately 35,000 people directly, and creates nearly 92,000 jobs indirectly. For more information, visit:

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LAS VEGAS, March 12, 2019 – The Tetris® brand is taking the fashion and beauty world by storm. As the iconic video game brand celebrates its 35th anniversary, The Tetris Company, Inc., today announced the biggest expansion of its lifestyle product offering to date with a slate of highly fun, unique collections by many of the fashion and beauty industries’ most on-trend and innovative brands. The new product lines will debut, respectively, at each brand’s online or retail locations in the United States, China, Japan and beyond in 2019.

“It’s the Tetris brand’s 35th anniversary and our most stylish year yet.  We are very excited to announce an incredible slate of new licensee partners, consisting of many of the hottest names in beauty and fashion, who will be introducing new Tetris-inspired collaborations in the coming months,” said Maya Rogers, President and CEO of Blue Planet Software, the sole agent for the Tetris brand. “From makeup and accessories to T-shirts, day wear, socks, baby gear and more, fans will have a range of smart, modern designs to show their distinct personalities and affinity for Tetris.”

New Tetris Fashion and Beauty Licensees

Partners who will introduce new Tetris-branded collaborations in 2019 include:

Collections Coming to the United States

  • FairPlay: A Los Angeles-based clothing brand, inspired by action, FairPlay set out to not just talk about what needs to change, but to create those changes. Its mission is to prove that ‘All Is Fair’ and to unshackle ourselves from the conforming and accepting the norm, standing for those that blaze their own path and live life as freethinkers. Beginning in fall, FairPlay will introduce its Tetris-brand collection including graphics t-shirts, hoodies and sweatpants.
  • ipsy: Inspiring individuals around the world to express their unique beauty, ipsy connects their community of over 3 million members with one another to discover new products, looks and brands that highlight their personal beauty preferences. The experience is centered around the Glam Bag and Glam Bag Plus, a personalized package filled with five of the latest makeup and beauty products for them to try. In June, ipsy will introduce a limited edition Tetris x ipsy Glam Bag and cosmetic collection to celebrate Tetris’ 35th anniversary. 
  • Kanga Care: A provider of high quality cloth diapers with patented leak protection, in addition to baby accessories and gear.  For millennial parents and Tetris fans alike, this June, the company will launch the first line ever introduced of Tetris-branded items for babies, including diapers, diaper covers, blankets, changing pads and more.
  • Sock It to Me: Since 2004, Sock It to Me has been making awesome things you can wear that bring out your colorful confident self, including bold socks and underwear that laugh defiantly at the world’s expectations. This summer, they’ll debut new Tetris-brand socks for men and women.


Collections Coming to China

  • GXG: Established in 2007, GXG is dedicated to fusing classic style with popular elements inspired from prevalent trends. It also strives to be young and appealing, which is reflected in its spiffy cutting, fancy color matching, high-quality fabric choice and innovative technologies. The brand aims to offer the new generation of young Asian men a distinctive, chic, and premium dressing choice. GXG will introduce its Tetris-brand collaboration this summer at more than 1,000 GXG standalone and online stores in China.
  • PEACEBIRD: One of the top fashion brands in mainland China, PEACEBIRD’s mission is to “Let Everyone Enjoy the Fun of Fashion” by providing customers with fashion products of high quality at competitive prices. The brand premieres its new Tetris capsule collection for its women label Peacebird Women, including dresses and tops, this spring / summer.


Collections Coming to Japan & U.S.

  • Baroque Japan: A provider of fashion-savvy apparel and accessories for men, women and children, their brand MOUSSY will introduce a new Tetris 35th anniversary T-shirt collection in Japan, as well as exclusively in the United States at their Soho NYC location, this June.


Collection Coming to Markets Worldwide

  • MC2 SAINT BARTH: Offers beachwear collections designed for a man who loves to be elegant and trendy when he goes to the beach, with a perfect fit, shining colors and great fast drying microfiber. This spring, the company will introduce new board shorts for men featuring the iconic Tetriminos. Saint Barth MC2 products are available on

These new fashion and beauty collaborations were secured in partnership with the Tetris brand’s growing global licensing agent network, including Blitz Licensing in the United States, IMG in Asia, Dentsu Inc. in Japan and Maurizio Distefano: The Evolution of Licensing in Italy.

About the Tetris® Brand

The Tetris® brand is one of the leading and most distinctive video game brands and franchises in the world. Now celebrating its 35th anniversary year, the brand continues to be loved globally by people of all ages and all cultures. Billions of Tetris games are played online every year, and over 500 million Tetris mobile games have been downloaded to date. The Tetris brand’s global licensee network includes major video game publishers, including Electronic Arts, Ubisoft and Sega, as well as many partners in electronics, toys, apparel, lifestyle goods, entertainment and more. Tetris Holding, Inc., is the owner of Tetris rights worldwide, and The Tetris Company, Inc. is its exclusive licensee. For the latest information about the Tetris brand and Tetris products, please visit

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