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Benefit upsets customers by joining fat-shaming twitter hashtag #MakeAMovieAFatty

High street cosmetics brand Benefit has come under fire after partaking in a fat-shaming hashtag on Twitter.

The popular beauty brand outraged its customers after it contributed to the #MakeAMovieAFatty hashtag - which involves incorporating derogatory terms into film titles.

In tweets that have since been deleted, Benefit's UK account contributed word-plays on popular films, including 'Massive Mike' (Magic Mike) and 'Forrest Dumpy' (Forrest Gump).

Size 22 model Tess Holliday is among those outraged by Benefit's fat-shaming tweets, which have since been deleted

Size 22 model Tess Holliday is among those outraged by Benefit's fat-shaming tweets, which have since been deleted

Twitter user, @ArchedEyebrowBR, took a screenshot of the offensive tweets, which used word-play on derogatory terms

Twitter user, @ArchedEyebrowBR, took a screenshot of the offensive tweets, which used word-play on derogatory terms

Another Twitter user, @fresheima, screen-grabbed Benefit's second offensive tweet before it was deleted

Another Twitter user, @fresheima, screen-grabbed Benefit's second offensive tweet before it was deleted

Although it has since issued a series of apologetic tweets in response to the uproar, the beauty brand initially defended its actions, citing its light-hearted intentions.

In a retort that has been widely deemed as patronising, Benefit initially responded: 'Lovely Benebabes. We always get involved with hashtags that are trending. We are not poking fun at anybody. #laughteristhebestcosmetic xx'

After prompting a further backlash from their 195,000 followers, the brand went on to post: 'In relation to our previous tweets on movie titles we apologise for any offence caused; we're truly sorry.'

'Lovely Benebabes. We always get involved with hashtags that are trending. We are not poking fun at anybody. #laughteristhebestcosmetic xx': Initially the beauty giant failed to apologise 

'Lovely Benebabes. We always get involved with hashtags that are trending. We are not poking fun at anybody. #laughteristhebestcosmetic xx': Initially the beauty giant failed to apologise 

'We made a big mistake. We joined a hashtag in bad taste. We truly believe beauty comes in all shapes & sizes. Please accept our apology': After backlash from its sister account, Benefit US, the UK branch posted a series of apologies

'We made a big mistake. We joined a hashtag in bad taste. We truly believe beauty comes in all shapes & sizes. Please accept our apology': After backlash from its sister account, Benefit US, the UK branch posted a series of apologies

A further tweet was added in attempts to pacify the widespread upset - which has included criticism from UK blogger Callie Thorpe as well as plus-size model, Tess Holliday, who has previously shot a campaign for Benefit US.

Benefit added: 'We made a big mistake. We joined a hashtag in bad taste. We truly believe beauty comes in all shapes & sizes. Please accept our apology.' 

Adding further salt to the wound, Benefit's US team was swift to distance itself from the debacle.

The US account tweeted: 'We are SO sorry for the tweets from our UK sisters earlier today. In no way does this represent our brand or values—we love.'

'We are SO sorry for the tweets from our UK sisters earlier today. In no way does this represent our brand or values—we love': Benefit US was quick to distance itself from the UK incident

'We are SO sorry for the tweets from our UK sisters earlier today. In no way does this represent our brand or values—we love': Benefit US was quick to distance itself from the UK incident

'ALL of our Benebabes are are committed to a body positive community, and again, we sincerely apologise': The Benefit US Twitter account swiftly did some damage control

'ALL of our Benebabes are are committed to a body positive community, and again, we sincerely apologise': The Benefit US Twitter account swiftly did some damage control

Another tweet to an upset customer read: 'ALL of our Benebabes are committed to a body positive community, and again, we sincerely apologise.'

Corners of the Curve blogger, Callie Thorpe, 25, tweeted to her near-9,000 followers: 'Well that's the last time I will spend my money on @Benefit_UK'

While 30-year-old LA-based model Tess Holliday told her 46,700 followers: 'I do work for the US Team & what happened is definitely not their brand. (& would never be said here) #sad'

Following the incident on 6 July, many upset customers have since launched a petition, #BoycottBenefit.

Speaking to MailOnline, a spokesperson from Benefit said: 'The situation is unfortunate as the irony here is that we are a brand that has a very clear anti-bullying stance. 

'Our choice of charity partners reflects this and our consumers are drawn to benefit as a brand that embraces and empowers EVERY woman and loves to bring humour to everything we do; believing that putting a smile on someone’s face can only be a positive thing….

'However, this is a salutary lesson to us, in making absolutely sure that there is nothing ambiguous or potentially offensive to our community in existing, third party content before commenting or tweeting.'

Size 22 model Tess Holliday took to Twitter to defend the Benefit US brand, while shunning the UK team

Size 22 model Tess Holliday took to Twitter to defend the Benefit US brand, while shunning the UK team

'I do work for the US Team & what happened is definitely not their brand. (& would never be said here) #sad': Tess Holliday defended the US team

'I do work for the US Team & what happened is definitely not their brand. (& would never be said here) #sad': Tess Holliday defended the US team

'Well that's the last time I will spend my money on @Benefit_UK'
Corners of the Curve blogger Callie Thorpe blasted the beauty company

'Well that's the last time I will spend my money on @Benefit_UK': Corners of the Curve blogger Callie Thorpe blasted the beauty company

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The Not So Subtle Art of Being a Fat Girl


Missisippi born and L.A. bred, Tess has been modelling since 2010. She cut her teeth working for indie designers and brands and soon amassed a huge following on social media. Tess continues to support small enterprises as well as modelling for major brands such as Benefit Cosmetics, Dermalogica, JcPenney, H&M, ModCloth and many more. Tess is at the forefront of the body positive movement and launched her #effyourbeautystandards campaign in 2013, empowering people of all shapes and sizes to embrace the body they are in right now. In early 2015 she broke boundaries when she was signed to MiLK Management in the UK, making her the first model of her size to be signed to a major agency. She has appeared on the cover of People Magazine, LA Weekly and was named one of the worlds top plus models by Vogue Italia as well as being named one of the internets most influential people by Time Magazine. In 2016, Tess achieved a lifelong dream when she launched her own line of clothing, Mblm by Tess Holliday, with Canadian plus size retailer Penningtons. Through her modelling and continued activism, Tess is committed to spreading the message that beauty goes further than size, race, gender, abilities or social class. We all deserve to feel good about the skin we are in and love who we are.

Источник: https://www.dodax.com/en-us/books-audiobooks/healthcare/holliday-tess-the-not-so-subtle-art-of-being-a-fat-girl-dpA684EV4TIKV/

Age, Biography and Wiki

Tess Holliday (Ryann Maegen Hoven) was born on 5 July, 1985 in Laurel, Mississippi, U.S., is a Model, make-up artist, blogger. Discover Tess Holliday's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

Popular AsRyann Maegen Hoven
OccupationModel, make-up artist, blogger
Age36 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born5 July 1985
Birthday5 July
BirthplaceLaurel, Mississippi, U.S.
NationalityAmerican

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Tess Holliday Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Tess Holliday's Husband?

Her husband is Nick Holliday (m. 2015)

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Tess Holliday Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Tess Holliday worth at the age of 36 years old? Tess Holliday’s income source is mostly from being a successful Model. She is from American. We have estimated Tess Holliday's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021$1 Million - $5 Million
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Timeline

In January 2016, Canadian plus size retailer Penningtons announced that the brand has partnered with Holliday to release a capsule collection bearing her name under their mblm label.

In a January 2016, interview with Paper, Holliday stated that she embraces the term "plus-size" and disagrees with other people's rejection of it. She discussed how she does see how the term as negative or derogatory and thought the term is 'very important' for larger women to have their own labels.

In January 2015, London-based modeling agency Milk Model Management announced that they had signed Holliday to their plus-size division, Curves. They declared that Holliday had become the largest plus-size model of her size and height to be signed to a mainstream modeling agency, and the first Curve model above a size 20. In May, she had her first agency shoot.

In September 2015, Holliday starred in H&M's sustainable fashion campaign alongside singer Iggy Pop, artist Daniel Lismore, sex blogger Karley Sciortino and blogger Pardeep Singh Bahra. In the same month, she starred in Addition Elle's fall 2015 capsule collection campaign. In the same month, she also confirmed that she is in the process of designing her own clothing line. In November of the same year, she was involved in a fashion shoot for Marie Claire UK' s December 2015 issue.

In August 2015, Holliday demanded a boycott of Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr accounts under the name 'Project Harpoon', which photoshopped her image and images of other women including Rebel Wilson and Melissa McCarthy to make them appear slimmer without authorization. In September 2015, she criticized Victoria's Secret for their limited amount of plus-size clothing options.

At the age of 20, Holliday gave birth to her son, Rilee. In June 2015, The Guardian reported she no longer had any contact with her son's father.

She was born Ryann Hoven but changed her name to Tess Munster (a surname she chose because she liked the television sitcom The Munsters) when she started doing alternative modeling and has also used the name Tess Typhoon. In January 2015, she adopted and officially started using her fiancé's surname.

In 2014, Holliday quit her day job at the dental office to pursue her modeling career full-time. In May 2014, a video was uploaded on Vimeo called #everyBODYisflawless, which featured Holliday and fellow plus-size fashion bloggers and models Gabi Gregg and Nadia Aboulhosn lip-synching and dancing to Beyoncé's 2013 song "Flawless". In September of that year, she was interviewed by Jacob Soboroff and Meghan McCain on TakePart Live.

In March 2014, Holliday became the first model over size 18 to model Monif Clarke's clothing line after she was hired as the face of the latest campaign for her swimwear line Sea by Monif C - a line that is specifically designed for women sizes 14–24. In the same month, she modeled for Torrid. She also collaborated with the plus size clothing retailer Yours Clothing for the second time when she was officially announced as the face of their high summer campaign. In May 2015, she was featured on the cover of People.

In February 2014, Holliday appeared on Channel 4 News. In April 2015, she was interviewed by Meredith Vieira on The Meredith Vieira Show. In the same month, she appeared on Plus Sized Wars, a Channel 4 documentary about changing beauty standards and explores the fast-growing plus-size fashion industry.

In late 2014, Holliday began producing a series of T-shirts with the phrase, "Eff Your Beauty Standards", with some of the proceeds being donated to an organization that helps survivors of domestic violence. In December, approximately 140 orders failed to deliver to customers, though about 3000 orders were successful. A post on Reddit accused her of withholding money promised to charity, as well as not delivering her products.

In 2012, Holliday met Australian businessman, photographer and artist Nick Holliday on Tumblr. They talked online for seven months before Holliday traveled to the U.S. to visit, and in April 2015, he moved from Melbourne to the U.S. On July 5, 2014, they got engaged. They secretly wed one year later on July 5, 2015. In January 2016, it was announced that Holliday was pregnant and expected to give birth in June. She gave birth to her second son in June 2016. Holliday lives with her mother, husband, and sons.

Holliday also self-describes as a "body positive activist". She embraces the word 'fat' and advocates that people should be able to eat as much and whatever they want without suffering from social ostracism. In 2013, she started her #effyourbeautystandards movement on Instagram. The movement shows women that they do not have to be a certain size to love their body (big or small) and that their size should not dictate their fashion choices. Since February 2015, Holliday has employed a team of six social media specialists to help manage her message across the world. She has said that the movement has led to women letting her know that they now feel good about how they look and wear what they like. She also talks at public events about body confidence.

In December 2015, Holliday told Refinery29 that the project was launched with "pure intentions" and "My mother and I are both victims of DV." She said, "The idea that I would willfully defraud the people who have supported me along the way, and a charity that touches on my own family's struggles, is so upsetting." Holliday admits that she did not know how to handle the logistics of the project, was unable to keep up with orders, and takes responsibility for some customers not receiving the merchandise they paid for. "The system we were using just didn't work," she said, attributing missing merchandise to "one big batch that was lost by the post office" and "usual business discrepancies". She was unable to make the charity donation after paying "thousands and thousands of dollars" out of pocket to a shipping and distribution center to ensure issues with merchandise would be resolved, which "ate up what little [was] left of the profits". She said, adding that she has given a "substantial contribution" to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. In January 2016, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence's Development Manager Dina Coates Koebler confirmed, "A donation in the amount of $1,000 was made to our organization on 12/13/2015 by Ms. Hoven."

Her move to Los Angeles helped her gain confidence. In 2011, while working as a receptionist at a Los Angeles dental office she became a professional model. She responded to 'House of Dreams Model Search' by Torrid and was accepted. At the same time, A&E chose her to be the face of documentary television series Heavy after being discovered online. In June 2011, she became the face of the television show and was on an advert that ran nationwide and billboards across the country. Holliday has been featured on "fatshion" blogs, she models accessories and plus size clothing lines, and was contacted to audition for Vh1's The Big Girls Club. She has shot a campaign for Benefit Cosmetics, worked with David LaChapelle, featured in Vogue Italia and she has appeared in Nylon magazine.

Subsequently, Holliday relocated to Seattle where she stayed for two years and worked as a make-up artist, head make-up artist, hair stylist and creative director at fashion shows. She then moved back to Mississippi and gave birth to her son (at the age of 20). Then following Hurricane Katrina, she returned to Seattle (where she had some pictures taken for her then boyfriend and posted them on Model Mayhem in October 2009) then she moved to Los Angeles in 2010.

In June 1995, her mother was paralyzed and disabled after she was shot twice in the head by her fiancé, who was charged with attempted murder. At the age of ten Holliday and her brother moved back to their grandparents' house in Mississippi while their mother recovered.

Ryann Maegen Hoven (born July 5, 1985), known professionally as Tess Holliday and formerly known as Tess Munster, is an American plus-size model, blogger, and make-up artist based in Los Angeles.

Источник: https://www.celebsagewiki.com/tess-holliday

Tess Holliday Boyfriends 2021: Who Is She Dating Now?

Tess Holliday

FayesVision/WENN.com

Tess Holliday is a model who is redefining what it means to be a plus-size woman in the industry. Holliday has worked hard to get to this level of modeling that she’s at right now.

Originally from Mississippi, Holliday went to a casting call for plus models at 15. She wasn’t selected and instead went into the beauty world. Holliday worked as a makeup and hair stylist for two years in Seattle. She moved back to Mississippi to give birth to her son, but then eventually found her way to Los Angeles in 2010.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm2aH3Ch_KO/?taken-by=tessholliday

While working a desk job in 2011, Holliday finally got some modeling gigs. She became the face of a Torrid ad and the A&E series Heavy. From there, her career began to snowball, and she got multiple other jobs.

She worked with Benefit Cosmetics, David LaChapelle and was featured in Vogue Italia and Nylon.

In 2014 she posted a viral video about body positivity called #everyBODYisflawless. The video featured Holliday, model Nadia Aboulhosn and blogger GabiFresh. The video was about body positivity and plus-size women being comfortable in their bodies.

The video shows the three women dancing to Beyonce‘s song “Flawless.” It has been viewed more than 450,000 times.

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After this video, in 2015, Holliday finally got signed to a modeling agency. She became Milk Model Management’s first size 20 model. Since then Holliday has been booked and busy.

Recently she became the cover star for Cosmopolitan UK‘s October 2018 cover.

“If I saw a body like mine on this magazine when I was a young girl, it would have changed my life & hope this does that for of y’all,” Holliday wrote on Instagram.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BnEMllvBVXX/?taken-by=tessholliday

Holliday still advocates for body acceptance and representation. Recently she criticized a movie poster for the animated film Red Shoes and the 7 Dwarfs, a spin on Snow White. The poster text said, “What if Snow White was no longer beautiful and the 7 dwarfs not so short?”

The poster shows a tall, slender Snow White next to a shorter curvier Snow White, implying being short and fat is ugly.

Thanks to Holliday’s tweet, Chloe Grae Moretz who was the lead voice in the film tweeted about it as well, and the advertisement was pulled. The movie was supposed to come out in 2018.

So Holliday is busy af, but her dating life hasn’t been put on hold. Take a look at her full dating history below.

Nick Holliday Present

https://www.instagram.com/p/BkJpznIhItX/?taken-by=tessholliday

Nick and Tess got married in 2015, but she kept her wedding a secret from her millions of followers. In 2017 Holliday fessed up to the nuptials with a cute black and white throwback photo on their two year anniversary.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BWKrlkyhGPx/?taken-by=tessholliday

The announcement shocked her fans.

The couple met in 2012 on Tumblr. Nick is an Australian businessman, photographer and artist. After talking online for seven months, Nick made the pilgrimage to the U.S. to meet Tess. They got engaged on July 5, 2014. In April 2015 Nick officially moved to the states and then in July they wed.

Tess and Nick have a son together. He was born in June 2016. Tess’s first son was born in 2005.

Nick Holliday 2019-Present

Tess Holliday got married secretly and currently happily married to Nick Holliday.

Источник: https://collegecandy.com/2018/08/30/tess-holliday-boyfriends-husband-who-is-she-dating-history/

Tess Holliday: Everything You Need To Know About The Plus Size Model Of The Moment

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  • We're borderline obsessed with Tess Holliday - the 29-year old plus size model, body confidence activist, feminist and all-round badass. Say hi to your new beauty icon...

    She’s redefining fashion industry standards

    As a rule, plus side models tend to be in the size 10-16 range. As a UK size 24, Tess is the first plus size model of her size to be signed by Milk model agency in fact by most of the main modeling agencies. Go team!

    She plays by her own rules

    Her real name is Ryann Hoven, which she changed to Tess Munster (because she loved the TV show The Munsters) and now she’s Holliday, after taking her fiancé’s name. We wouldn’t care if she was called flibblemcthingywhatsit – we’d still love her. 

    Life hasn’t been easy for her

    She grew up in the southern US, and her family moved about constantly (in a Guardian Weekend interview she estimates it was around 40 times before she was 10). When Tess was nine, her mother was shot twice in the head by her fiancé who subsequently was charged with attempted murder. Tess and her brother had to move into a trailer in her grandparents back garden whilst her mother – who is still paralysed – recovered. 

    She refuses to be just a number

    After various discussions about what ‘size’ she really is (she’s been credited as everything from a 18-26) Tess took to Instagram to post pictures of her clothing labels showing a range of sizes and saying that her size ‘doesn’t define me.’   

    She speaks without thinking, like the rest of us do

    In fact she’s so honest it’s landed her in a spot of bother. In a Guardian Weekend interview she was quoted at saying on set (after being ‘cat called by an older black man’): “I do admit that black men love me. I always forget that, and then I come to a black neighborhood and I remember.” After online criticism, Tess posted an apology on Facebook saying she was sorry for ‘any hurt that my flippant comment has caused.” Job done, let’s leave it there.

    She’s cool about the word fat

    In fact she’s quoted as saying she embraces it: “To me it’s just a word, but it wasn’t until I discovered the body positive community that I became OK with it. I’ve been called fat my whole life,” she says. “I am fat, so it’s kind of silly to get mad about it.” 

    To a nine-year-old son called Rilee whom she had with a boyfriend when she was 20 and working in Walmart. 

    They met online when Nick Holliday (an Australian fan) commented on one of her pictures. Tess has said: “I was like, this guy’s never going to give me a chance in hell because he’s so hot. Because I’ve never really had good-looking boyfriends before. My friends would always tell me, ‘There’s no way you’re going to get a nice guy and a hot guy – you’re fat, you need to settle for one or the other.’ I told them, I deserve both.” We couldn’t agree more. 

    Tess has appeared in Nylon and was on the cover of People magazine in the US. She’s shot a campaign for Benefit cosmetics, and has something special project coming up with noted photographer David LaChapelle. Pretty decent considering she was working in a dental office last year. 

    She’s killing it on Instagram

    She’s got 876k followers who adore her. And she’s started a social media campaign called #effyourbeautystandards which is aimed at redefining how we see women and beauty. Go Tess, we’re right behind you, and the view is glorious.

    Image credit: Tess Holliday Instagram @tessholliday 

    Источник: https://www.marieclaire.co.uk/news/beauty-news/everything-you-need-to-know-about-tess-holliday-67722

     

    Tess Holliday is redefining what it means to be a supermodel and is gracing the cover of People Magazine’s body issue. Holliday is the world’s first size-22 supermodel.

    Inside the magazine, on newsstands Friday, Holliday says she faced rejection for many years (14 to be exact!) when auditioning for gigs.

    "Nobody was interested," she says of her first open casting. "I got one call back and they said, look, you have a pretty face, but you're too short and you're too big."

    Despite the relentless bullying from her peers the 29-year-old beauty decided to continue and pursue her dreams. Eventually she signed with a major agency back in January and since then life’s been a whirlwind for her.

    The 5’5” model has already landed campaigns with Benefit Cosmetics and Torrid.

    Holliday says, “I just knew that I could do it," she says. "I wasn't the best, and I still am not the best. The key to it is just doing it.”

    Источник: https://fun107.com/tess-holliday-plus-size-model-making-history/

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    Tess Holliday Boyfriends 2021: Who Is She Dating Now?

    Tess Holliday

    FayesVision/WENN.com

    Tess Holliday is a model who is redefining what it means to be a plus-size woman in the industry. Holliday has worked hard to get to this level of modeling that she’s at right now.

    Originally from Mississippi, Holliday went to a casting call for plus models at 15. She wasn’t selected and instead went into the beauty world. Holliday worked as a makeup and hair stylist for two years in Seattle. She moved back to Mississippi to give birth to her son, but then eventually found her way to Los Angeles in 2010.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm2aH3Ch_KO/?taken-by=tessholliday

    While working a desk job in 2011, Holliday finally got some modeling gigs. She became the face of a Torrid ad and the A&E series Heavy. From there, her career began to snowball, and she got multiple other jobs.

    She worked with Benefit Cosmetics, David LaChapelle and was featured in Vogue Italia and Nylon.

    In 2014 she posted a viral video about body positivity called #everyBODYisflawless. The video featured Holliday, model Nadia Aboulhosn and blogger GabiFresh. The video was about body positivity and plus-size women being comfortable in their bodies.

    The video shows the three women dancing to Beyonce‘s song “Flawless.” It has been viewed more than 450,000 times.

    [protected-iframe id=”9ce712e006b9dbf978d5e67826759d06-860993-122713286″ info=”https://player.vimeo.com/video/94364919″ width=”640″ height=”360″ frameborder=”0″ webkitallowfullscreen=”” mozallowfullscreen=”” allowfullscreen=””]

    After this video, in 2015, Holliday finally got signed to a modeling agency. She became Milk Model Management’s first size 20 model. Since then Holliday has been booked and busy.

    Recently she became the cover star for Cosmopolitan UK‘s October 2018 cover.

    “If I saw a body like mine on this magazine when I was a young girl, it would have changed my life & hope this does that for of y’all,” Holliday wrote on Instagram.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BnEMllvBVXX/?taken-by=tessholliday

    Holliday still advocates for body acceptance and representation. Recently she criticized a movie poster for the animated film Red Shoes and the 7 Dwarfs, a spin on Snow White. The poster text said, “What if Snow White was no longer beautiful and the 7 dwarfs not so short?”

    The poster shows a tall, slender Snow White next to a shorter curvier Snow White, implying being short and fat is ugly.

    Thanks to Holliday’s tweet, Chloe Grae Moretz who was the lead voice in the film tweeted about it as well, and the advertisement was pulled. The movie was supposed to come out in 2018.

    So Holliday is busy af, but her dating life hasn’t been put on hold. Take a look at her full dating history below.

    Nick Holliday Present

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BkJpznIhItX/?taken-by=tessholliday

    Nick and Tess got married in 2015, but she kept her wedding a secret from her millions of followers. In 2017 Holliday fessed up to the nuptials with a cute black and white throwback photo on their two year anniversary.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWKrlkyhGPx/?taken-by=tessholliday

    The announcement shocked her fans.

    The couple met in 2012 on Tumblr. Nick is an Australian businessman, photographer and artist. After talking online for seven months, Nick made the pilgrimage to the U.S. to meet Tess. They got engaged on July 5, 2014. In April 2015 Nick officially moved to the states and then in July they wed.

    Tess and Nick have a son together. He was born in June 2016. Tess’s first son was born in 2005.

    Nick Holliday 2019-Present

    Tess Holliday got married secretly and currently happily married to Nick Holliday.

    Источник: https://collegecandy.com/2018/08/30/tess-holliday-boyfriends-husband-who-is-she-dating-history/

    Benefit upsets customers by joining fat-shaming twitter hashtag #MakeAMovieAFatty

    High street cosmetics brand Benefit has come under fire after partaking in a fat-shaming hashtag on Twitter.

    The popular beauty brand outraged its customers after it contributed to the #MakeAMovieAFatty hashtag - which involves incorporating derogatory terms into film titles.

    In tweets that have since been deleted, Benefit's UK account contributed word-plays on popular films, including 'Massive Mike' (Magic Mike) and 'Forrest Dumpy' (Forrest Gump).

    Size 22 model Tess Holliday is among those outraged by Benefit's fat-shaming tweets, which have since been deleted

    Size 22 model Tess Holliday is among those outraged by Benefit's fat-shaming tweets, which have since been deleted

    Twitter user, @ArchedEyebrowBR, took a screenshot of the offensive tweets, which used word-play on derogatory terms

    Twitter user, @ArchedEyebrowBR, took a screenshot of the offensive tweets, which used word-play on derogatory terms

    Another Twitter user, @fresheima, screen-grabbed Benefit's second offensive tweet before it was deleted

    Another Twitter user, @fresheima, screen-grabbed Benefit's second offensive tweet before it was deleted

    Although it has since issued a series of apologetic tweets in response to the uproar, the beauty brand initially defended its actions, citing its light-hearted intentions.

    In a retort that has been widely deemed as patronising, Benefit initially responded: 'Lovely Benebabes. We always get involved with hashtags that are trending. We are not poking fun at anybody. #laughteristhebestcosmetic xx'

    After prompting a further backlash from their 195,000 followers, the brand went on to post: 'In relation to our previous tweets on movie titles we apologise for any offence caused; we're truly sorry.'

    'Lovely Benebabes. We always get involved with hashtags that are trending. We are not poking fun at anybody. #laughteristhebestcosmetic xx': Initially the beauty giant failed to apologise 

    'Lovely Benebabes. We always get involved with hashtags that are trending. We are not poking fun at anybody. #laughteristhebestcosmetic xx': Initially the beauty giant failed to apologise 

    'We made a big mistake. We joined a hashtag in bad taste. We truly believe beauty comes in all shapes & sizes. Please accept our apology': After backlash from its sister account, Benefit US, the UK branch posted a series of apologies

    'We made a big mistake. We joined a hashtag in bad taste. We truly believe beauty comes in all shapes & sizes. Please accept our apology': After backlash from its sister account, Benefit US, the UK branch posted a series of apologies

    A further tweet was added in attempts to pacify the widespread upset - which has included criticism from UK blogger Callie Thorpe as well as plus-size model, Tess Holliday, who has previously shot a campaign for Benefit US.

    Benefit added: 'We made a big mistake. We joined a hashtag in bad taste. We truly believe beauty comes in all shapes & sizes. Please accept our apology.' 

    Adding further salt to the wound, Benefit's US team was swift to distance itself from the debacle.

    The US account tweeted: 'We are SO sorry for the tweets from our UK sisters earlier today. In no way does this represent our brand or values—we love.'

    'We are SO sorry for the tweets from our UK sisters earlier today. In no way does this represent our brand or values—we love': Benefit US was quick to distance itself from the UK incident

    'We are SO sorry for the tweets from our UK sisters earlier today. In no way does this represent our brand or values—we love': Benefit US was quick to distance itself from the UK incident

    'ALL of our Benebabes are are committed to a body positive community, and again, we sincerely apologise': The Benefit US Twitter account swiftly did some damage control

    'ALL of our Benebabes are are committed to a body positive community, and again, we sincerely apologise': The Benefit US Twitter account swiftly did some damage control

    Another tweet to an upset customer read: 'ALL of our Benebabes are committed to a body positive community, and again, we sincerely apologise.'

    Corners of the Curve blogger, Callie Thorpe, 25, tweeted to her near-9,000 followers: 'Well that's the last time I will spend my money on @Benefit_UK'

    While 30-year-old LA-based model Tess Holliday told her 46,700 followers: 'I do work for the US Team & what happened is definitely not their brand. (& would never be said here) #sad'

    Following the incident on 6 July, many upset customers have since launched a petition, #BoycottBenefit.

    Speaking to MailOnline, a spokesperson from Benefit said: 'The situation is unfortunate as the irony here is that we are a brand that has a very clear anti-bullying stance. 

    'Our choice of charity partners reflects this and our consumers are drawn to benefit as a brand that embraces and empowers EVERY woman and loves to bring humour to everything we do; believing that putting a smile on someone’s face can only be a positive thing….

    'However, this is a salutary lesson to us, in making absolutely sure that there is nothing ambiguous or potentially offensive to our community in existing, third party content before commenting or tweeting.'

    Size 22 model Tess Holliday took to Twitter to defend the Benefit US brand, while shunning the UK team

    Size 22 model Tess Holliday took to Twitter to defend the Benefit US brand, while shunning the UK team

    'I do work for the US Team & what happened is definitely not their brand. (& would never be said here) #sad': Tess Holliday defended the US team

    'I do work for the US Team & what happened is definitely not their brand. (& would never be said here) #sad': Tess Holliday defended the US team

    'Well that's the last time I will spend my money on @Benefit_UK'
    Corners of the Curve blogger Callie Thorpe blasted the beauty company

    'Well that's the last time I will spend my money on @Benefit_UK': Corners of the Curve blogger Callie Thorpe blasted the beauty company

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    Plus-size model Tess Holliday is the first woman of her size and height to score a contract with a prominent modeling agency.

    “SOOO excited to announce we now represent #TessHolliday, plus-size model/blogger,” the U.K.-based MiLK Management announced on Twitter.

    Holliday, who wears a size 22 and is 5’5″, calls what has happened a dream come true.

    “It’s something that I’ve wanted my whole life, so to even think that it’s happened, it feels like an out-of-body experience,” says the 29-year-old.

    Holliday has already had success in the modeling world. She’s shot a campaign for Benefit Cosmetics, has worked with David LaChapelle on an upcoming project, and was featured in Vogue Italia. Some of her past projects can be seen on her Instagram.

    “I’ve just kept doing this stuff recently, thinking, ‘Thank God I didn’t give up,’ ” says the Los Angeles-based Holliday, who had to overcome many detractors to get where she is today.

    “I found out about plus-size modeling when I was 15, and I went to an audition in Atlanta. They told me that I was too short and I was too big, and I would never model. But I’m very hardheaded!”

    She decided to post photos of herself on Model Mayhem, and things took off from there. It’s quite a leap from her beginnings in the small town of Laurel, Mississippi, where she says she was bullied relentlessly.

    “I was getting shoved into lockers, I was being called names,” says Holliday, who is a mom to son Rylee, 9. “Modeling really helped my confidence because I started seeing myself in a different light. I started seeing myself like, ‘Wow, I’m actually pretty.’”

    This article originally appeared on People.com.

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    Tess Holliday (Ryann Maegen Hoven) was born on 5 July, 1985 in Laurel, Mississippi, U.S., is a Model, make-up artist, blogger. Discover Tess Holliday's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

    Popular AsRyann Maegen Hoven
    OccupationModel, make-up artist, blogger
    Age36 years old
    Zodiac SignCancer
    Born5 July 1985
    Birthday5 July
    BirthplaceLaurel, Mississippi, U.S.
    NationalityAmerican

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    Her husband is Nick Holliday (m. 2015)

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    Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Tess Holliday worth at the age of 36 years old? Tess Holliday’s income source is mostly from being a successful Model. She is from American. We have estimated Tess Holliday's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

    Net Worth in 2021$1 Million - $5 Million
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    In January 2016, Canadian plus size retailer Penningtons announced that the brand has partnered with Holliday to release a capsule collection bearing her name under their mblm label.

    In a January 2016, interview with Paper, Holliday stated that she embraces the term "plus-size" and disagrees with other people's rejection of it. She discussed how she does see how the term as negative or derogatory and thought the term is 'very important' for larger women to have their own labels.

    In January 2015, London-based modeling agency Milk Model Management announced that they had signed Holliday to their plus-size division, Curves. They declared that Holliday had become the largest plus-size model of her size and height to be signed to a mainstream modeling agency, and the first Curve model above a size 20. In May, she had her first agency shoot.

    In September 2015, Holliday starred in H&M's sustainable fashion campaign alongside singer Iggy Pop, artist Daniel Lismore, sex blogger Karley Sciortino and blogger Pardeep Singh Bahra. In the same month, she starred in Addition Elle's fall 2015 capsule collection campaign. In the same month, she also confirmed that she is in the process of designing her own clothing line. In November of the same year, she was involved in a fashion shoot for Marie Claire UK' s December 2015 issue.

    In August 2015, Holliday demanded a boycott of Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr accounts under the name 'Project Harpoon', which photoshopped her image and images of other women including Rebel Wilson and Melissa McCarthy to make them appear slimmer without authorization. In September 2015, she criticized Victoria's Secret for their limited amount of plus-size clothing options.

    At the age of 20, Holliday gave birth to her son, Rilee. In June 2015, The Guardian reported she no longer had any contact with her son's father.

    She was born Ryann Hoven but changed her name to Tess Munster (a surname she chose because she liked the television sitcom The Munsters) when she started doing alternative modeling and has also used the name Tess Typhoon. In January 2015, she adopted and officially started using her fiancé's surname.

    In 2014, Holliday quit her day job at the dental office to pursue her modeling career full-time. In May 2014, a video was uploaded on Vimeo called #everyBODYisflawless, which featured Holliday and fellow plus-size fashion bloggers and models Gabi Gregg and Nadia Aboulhosn lip-synching and dancing to Beyoncé's 2013 song "Flawless". In September of that year, she was interviewed by Jacob Soboroff and Meghan McCain on TakePart Live.

    In March 2014, Holliday became the first model over size 18 to model Monif Clarke's clothing line after she was hired as the face of the latest campaign for her swimwear line Sea by Monif C - a line that is specifically designed for women sizes 14–24. In the same month, she modeled for Torrid. She also collaborated with the plus size clothing retailer Yours Clothing for the second time when she was officially announced as the face of their high summer campaign. In May 2015, she was featured on the cover of People.

    In February 2014, Holliday appeared on Channel 4 News. In April 2015, she was interviewed by Meredith Vieira on The Meredith Vieira Show. In the same month, she appeared on Plus Sized Wars, a Channel 4 documentary about changing beauty standards and explores the fast-growing plus-size fashion industry.

    In late 2014, Holliday began producing a series of T-shirts with the phrase, "Eff Your Beauty Standards", with some of the proceeds being donated to an organization that helps survivors of domestic violence. In December, approximately 140 orders failed to deliver to customers, though about 3000 orders were successful. A post on Reddit accused her of withholding money promised to charity, as well as not delivering her products.

    In 2012, Holliday met Australian businessman, photographer and artist Nick Holliday on Tumblr. They talked online for seven months before Holliday traveled to the U.S. to visit, and in April 2015, he moved from Melbourne to the U.S. On July 5, 2014, they got engaged. They secretly wed one year later on July 5, 2015. In January 2016, it was announced that Holliday was pregnant and expected to give birth in June. She gave birth to her second son in June 2016. Holliday lives with her mother, husband, and sons.

    Holliday also self-describes as a "body positive activist". She embraces the word 'fat' and advocates that people should be able to eat as much and whatever they want without suffering from social ostracism. In 2013, she started her #effyourbeautystandards movement on Instagram. The movement shows women that they do not have to be a certain size to love their body (big or small) and that their size should not dictate their fashion choices. Since February 2015, Holliday has employed a team of six social media specialists to help manage her message across the world. She has said that the movement has led to women letting her know that they now feel good about how they look and wear what they like. She also talks at public events about body confidence.

    In December 2015, Holliday told Refinery29 that the project was launched with "pure intentions" and "My mother and I are both victims of DV." She said, "The idea that I would willfully defraud the people who have supported me along the way, and a charity that touches on my own family's struggles, is so upsetting." Holliday admits that she did not know how to handle the logistics of the project, was unable to keep up with orders, and takes responsibility for some customers not receiving the merchandise they paid for. "The system we were using just didn't work," she said, attributing missing merchandise to "one big batch that was lost by the post office" and "usual business discrepancies". She was unable to make the charity donation after paying "thousands and thousands of dollars" out of pocket to a shipping and distribution center to ensure issues with merchandise would be resolved, which "ate up what little [was] left of the profits". She said, adding that she has given a "substantial contribution" to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. In January 2016, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence's Development Manager Dina Coates Koebler confirmed, "A donation in the amount of $1,000 was made to our organization on 12/13/2015 by Ms. Hoven."

    Her move to Los Angeles helped her gain confidence. In 2011, while working as a receptionist at a Los Angeles dental office she became a professional model. She responded to 'House of Dreams Model Search' by Torrid and was accepted. At the same time, A&E chose her to be the face of documentary television series Heavy after being discovered online. In June 2011, she became the face of the television show and was on an advert that ran nationwide and billboards across the country. Holliday has been featured on "fatshion" blogs, she models accessories and plus size clothing lines, and was contacted to audition for Vh1's The Big Girls Club. She has shot a campaign for Benefit Cosmetics, worked with David LaChapelle, featured in Vogue Italia and she has appeared in Nylon magazine.

    Subsequently, Holliday relocated to Seattle where she stayed for two years and worked as a make-up artist, head make-up artist, hair stylist and creative director at fashion shows. She then moved back to Mississippi and gave birth to her son (at the age of 20). Then following Hurricane Katrina, she returned to Seattle (where she had some pictures taken for her then boyfriend and posted them on Model Mayhem in October 2009) then she moved to Los Angeles in 2010.

    In June 1995, her mother was paralyzed and disabled after she was shot twice in the head by her fiancé, who was charged with attempted murder. At the age of ten Holliday and her brother moved back to their grandparents' house in Mississippi while their mother recovered.

    Ryann Maegen Hoven (born July 5, 1985), known professionally as Tess Holliday and formerly known as Tess Munster, is an American plus-size model, blogger, and make-up artist based in Los Angeles.

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    Tess Holliday is redefining what it means to be a supermodel and is gracing the cover of People Magazine’s body issue. Holliday is the world’s first size-22 supermodel.

    Inside the magazine, on newsstands Friday, Holliday says she faced rejection for many years (14 to be exact!) when auditioning for gigs.

    "Nobody was interested," she says of her first open casting. "I got one call back and they said, look, you have a pretty face, but you're too short and you're too big."

    Despite the relentless bullying from her peers the 29-year-old beauty decided to continue and pursue her dreams. Eventually she signed with a major agency back in January and since then life’s been a whirlwind for her.

    The 5’5” model has already landed campaigns with Benefit Cosmetics and Torrid.

    Holliday says, “I just knew that I could do it," she says. "I wasn't the best, and I still am not the best. The key to it is just doing it.”

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