"Debuting at ITV’s Brit Awards, the spot references everything from the 999 calls that were made when KFC ran out of chicken, to people showing off their homemade KFC merch."
Makeup and body paint featured at 0:47 seconds in National KFC advert. Played during the World Cup with over 31 million viewers.
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"Well the Marvel X-Men contains such a huge, varied lineup of heroes, even the obscure mutants have rather die-hard fans, and this is certainly true for supermutant chimeras Rasputin, who inspired a body paint artist to create a cosplay so incredible, even the creator of the character had to pay attention."
X-Men’s Warrior Super-Mutant Comes To Life In Epic Body Paint Cosplay
"X-Men fans will be glad to see Dazzler get the respect she deserves in Melissa Croft's awesome cosplay, which realizes Marvel's original intent of a live-action singer/superhero, and shows just how awesome it would be to score a ticket to one of the hero's concerts."
"The body paint cosplays show Croft's care about the characters and how important it is for her to get the looks right - which is a tall task, considering they're all designed solely from paint."
Guardians of the Galaxy's Gamora Stuns In Epic Body Paint Cosplay
"Melissa Croft's depiction is an awesome tribute to Wonder Woman, and one steeped in iconography which, eighty years after its introduction, shows no sign of lessening its grip on the public imagination."
"In an epic body paint cosplay, cosplayer @mcroft07 brings one of DC Comics' most iconic looks to life, as she becomes the Black Canary in an incredible transformation."
"Among them was body paint artist and Twitch beauty consultant Melissa Croft whose Instagram feed boasts many vivid gamer-inspired beauty looks, proving that the two worlds can overlap. “I like to include stuff from gaming into my creative makeup looks,” she notes. “I combine beauty and my gaming passions together and have had a couple of companies sponsor me. A lot of the time, gaming brands team up with beauty because they want something creative and something fresh, not just cosplay.”"
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