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    IT'S one of the most special events of a young girl's life. So it stands to reason that she would have wanted to look her best at her school formal. 2Gia Darcy shared a throwback picture of herself from her formal on her TikTok page as she moaned about her unusual lookCredit: Gia Darcy 2The look wasn't exactly what Gia had been hoping forCredit: Gia Darcy Gia Darcy, who is now a singer/songwriter, took to TikTok to share a throwback picture of herself at the event, admitting she'd given her hairstylist "creative freedom" to create the look she wanted. And the finished look was a somewhat bizarre one - with half her hair piled in a sort of bun on the front of her head, with a plait around the bottom. The rest of the hair was left loose in tendrils around the face. "When I gave the hair stylist creative freedom for my formal," Gia wrote over the video. Read more Hair stories HAIR ME OUT I was struggling with the greasiest hair...
    PENN HILLS (KDKA) — Prom season is here, and the Department of Human Services is making sure every young woman has a dress that fits their style for the big night. 3,000 new and gently-worn dresses are all up for grabs this week as another year of Project Prom Gown Giveaway kicks off. READ MORE: Attorney General Josh Shapiro Warns About IRS Tax Day ScamsToday’s giveaway took place from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Project Prom Shop in Penn Hills. The girls shopping today said this chance to say yes to the dress is something they’ll never forget. It’s a free shopping spree allowing high school girls the chance to look for their one-of-a-kind dress to wear to prom. READ MORE: Congressional Candidate Arrested In Ohio On Menacing Charge“We also have shoes. So every student leaves with a dress some shoes and a piece of jewelry,” said Shelli Luchs with the Allegheny Department of Human Services. This allows each student the chance the get the look they really desire for their big night. Although...
    FROM the first dates with your crush to the first parties with your friends, there are countless memorable events that take place during your teenage years. One of them is the prom - the big night when you can go all out with your outfit and finally swap the dull school uniform for something more chic. 3The massive beauty blunder has been liked more than 240,000 people on TikTokCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 3The soft, romantic look Jess was hoping forCredit: TikTok/@jesswells58 Excited for the glamorous event, this TikTok user, Jess Wells, was scrolling online to find a hairdo inspiration that would suit the bohemian look she was going for. With a trendy vision in mind - loose waves pinned together for a Greek goddess hairstyle - Jess set off to get her locks sorted out. Although the viral video - it's racked up almost two million views on TikTok - didn't specify whether she went to a salon or had someone else do her hair at home, the prom-goer was mortified at the final result. FABULOUS...
    PROM is meant to be one of the most amazing nights of any teen's life, but for Priyah Mishra her night was over before it even begun. Wanting to go all out for the exciting event, this beauty lover left her make-up brushes at home and saw a professional instead. 3The glam inspiration for the failed prom look.Credit: Instagram/@priyah_mishra After showing the pro a picture of a soft glam make-up look, the artist attempted to recreate the glitzy style. The beauty lover's finished make-up looked nothing like the reference photo that she showed the artist. What was meant to be a stunning pink and nude make-up look ended up clumpy and patchy. To make it worse, Priyah coughed up the cash for the massive make-up fail, paying £30 for the disaster. "I had to lie that I liked it" she confessed. The make-up artist, who claimed to be a professional, gave her huge eyebrows, wonky lipstick and chunky glitter slapped onto her eyelids. Most read in LifestyleFISH OUT OF WATER Harry 'clearly unhappy' & 'embarrassed' as Meg revels...
    GEN Z adults say that TikTok style trends such as feathery brows and fake freckles have inspired their looks for prom in the years ahead, a new survey has found. The poll of 2,000 Gen Zers found that off all the makeup styles for prom over the last century, the current look adopted by teens is by far and away the most popular, garnering 59 percent of the vote. 3Gen Zers say that TikTok style trends such as feathery brows and fake freckles have inspired their looks for prom in the years aheadCredit: Getty This was followed by the supermodel glam of the 90s with 26 percent of the votes, and the rock 'n' roll chic of the 50s with 22 percent. The findings, revealed in a survey conducted by OnePoll and cruelty-free and vegan makeup brand Lottie London, come in as the 2020s mark a hundred years since proms became popular in America. The social event expanded into an annual festivity where students dress up and wear makeup in the 1920s and has become bigger every decade since....
    © Jim Spellman/WireImage Ali Wentworth is showing off her and husband George Stephanopoulos' eldest daughter's stunning prom look. On Wednesday, Wentworth Instagrammed a picture of her 18-year-old daughter, Elliott, posing with her dad before heading off to prom. Elliott looked chic in a simple black slip dress, heels and her hair tied back. Red lipstick and a corsage completed the look. "Prom night!" Wentworth wrote. "That is not her date...." The picture got plenty of reaction from her celebrity pals, including Julianna Margulies, who commented, "Omg❤️," and Cristina Cuomo, who wrote, "Congrats beautiful Elliott! ????." View this post on Instagram Wentworth and Stephanopoulos are also parents to their 16-year-old daughter, Harper. The 56-year-old comedian and the 60-year-old Good Morning America co-host have been married since 2001. RELATED CONTENT:FLASHBACK: George Stephanopoulos Called Michael Strahan 'Natural' Addition to 'GMA' This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.
    A Tennessee student is speaking out with new details in a controversy that erupted over a prom dress. College freshman Jacob Geittmann was taking his partner, Dalton Stevens, 18, a high school senior, to prom on April 24 when the young men were allegedly harassed with “homophobic banter” by a middle-aged man at the Harpeth Hotel in downtown Franklin. The perpetrator was later revealed as Sam Johnson, the CEO of Tennessee-based telemedicine company VisuWell. Geittmann was dressed in a suit while Stevens donned a bright red tulle gown for the once-in-a-lifetime occasion. “[Stevens] decided he wanted to wear a dress for senior prom to break the stigma around men wearing dresses. He looked gorgeous, everybody loved it, nobody had a problem with it,” Geittmann says in a two-minute video that unpacks the incident. Dalton Stevens (left) and his boyfriend, Jacob Geittmann, were harassed by Sam Johnson at the Harpeth Hotel in downtown Franklin, Tennessee. Twitter The student said he and a group of other promgoers had made a stop at the hotel to take photos before the event....
    A Tennessee CEO has been fired after videos of him appearing to ridicule a teenage boy in a prom dress went viral. The man, identified as VisuWell CEO Sam Johnson, denies the allegations and claims the boyfriend of the teen in the dress edited the video of their interactions. So, what allegedly happened? Dalton Stevens and his boyfriend Jacob Geittmann were at the Harpeth Hotel in Franklin, Tennessee, to take photos before Stevens’ high school prom. As Geittman alleges in a TikTok video, as the couple was leaving the hotel area, a “man comes up and he’s about an inch away from my boyfriend and he says, ‘What are you wearing?’ And he’s like, ‘A dress, why?’ And he’s like, ‘Why are you wearing that? You shouldn’t be wearing that.'” In an interview with NBC News, Stevens explained he decided to wear the dress to show people that “clothing is genderless” and doesn’t have a meaning. Stevens says that when Johnson approached him and allegedly asked him why he was wearing a dress, the 18-year-old said he told Johnson he wore it because “I think I...
    VisuWell CEO Sam Johnson was fired Monday after he was accused of mocking a male high school senior who wore a dress to prom, according to WGN9. A video uploaded to Twitter showed Johnson allegedly ridiculing Dalton Stevens for wearing a red dress to prom. Stevens, a high school senior, was taking prom pictures with his boyfriend Jacob Geittmann at the Harpeth Hotel in Franklin, Tennessee, according to the report. pt. 1 pic.twitter.com/bgQLyMMVcE — Jacob Geittmann (@jacobgeittmann2) April 25, 2021 Johnson approached the couple and allegedly mocked Stevens for wearing a dress. “Slander terms thrown towards me of like ‘You look bad,’ ‘You’ve got hair on your chest, you shouldn’t be wearing a dress,’ ‘You’re not a man,’ blah, blah, blah,” Stevens told WGN9, “The fact that he thought he had the audacity to come tell me what I was supposed to wear and what I was supposed to do because of his standards.” “You can have your thoughts and opinions, [but] keep them to yourself,” Geittmann said. “You don’t need to go up to a teenager in public...
    By: KDKA-TV’s Jennifer Borrasso HOPEWELL, Pa. (KDKA) — Schools across western Pennsylvania are looking to return to some kind of normalcy. READ MORE: AAA: Average Price Of Gas In Western Pennsylvania Hits $3 Mark One local school district said it is moving forward with planning a prom with safety in mind. In 2020, prom was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. This year, the Hopewell School District was prepared to have the event any way it could. READ MORE: COVID-19 In West Virginia: Businesses Open To 100%, Masks Still Mandatory Hopewell High School Principal Michael Allison told KDKA’s Jennifer Borrasso that he feels comfortable having prom at the Hyatt Regency Airport this year. The capacity will be 300, following the guidelines laid out by the state limiting indoor venues to permit people at 15 percent of its capacity. There will be masks and dinner, but no after-prom event. Students or parents will have to drive to the prom. “We’ll have masking and we will have social distancing. We are going to have a served dinner, which we never had...
    The world knows how committed Daniel Cormier is when he steps inside the octagon, but very few know he is equally chucklesome outside the cage. His fans follow his podcasts with ESPN’s Ariel Helwani and the banter duo share coupled with a detailed analysis of fights and fighters. In a recent podcast, Daniel Cormier took a jibe at Helwani in his own wacky way. DC said, “Hey, but how about you doing shows with everybody? Listen, I mean, I turned away, you’re on a show, then I turn and look away on the show with Chael, then I look and you’re doing a post-fight show with Brett. “I’m like so I can’t even look away for one second because you running around with everybody, you are a pretty girl at the prom that just wants to take all the dates.” He mocked Helwani for doing analysis shows constantly with every combat sports personality out there. ‘DC’ referred to Ariel as a pretty girl at a prom night who is keen to book all the suitable dates. Ariel later called...
    Absentee or early voting? Here is the best way to vote in 2020, according to experts and activists Burger King developed reusable containers for Whoppers and drinks and will offer them to some customers next year See the glitter-tux-filled first trailer for Ryan Murphys The Prom Order your limo and call the florist for that corsage, because Netflix is officially asking you to The Prom. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad EW has your first look at the trailer for the musical film, hitting the streaming platform Dec. 11. Directed by Ryan Murphy and adapted from the celebrated Broadway musical of the same name, The Prom tells the story of a troupe of self-obsessed theaters stars — played here by Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, and Andrew Rannells — who descend on a conservative small town in Indiana to take up the cause of Emma (Jo Ellen Pellman), a high school girl who wants to take her girlfriend, Alyssa (Ariana DeBose), to the prom. © Melinda Sue Gordon/NETFLIX Get a first look at the...
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