Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Gaga goes back to (Monster) high school

We've talked before about how much I love Monster high dolls. I still don't own one, because that might be going to far. I did, however, get to purchase a couple for the birthday of my friend Marshall's daughter. Good times were had by all.

I was scrolling through some news and discovered there is a new limited edition doll based on pop star Lady Gaga. Proceeds from sales support the Born This Way Foundation and uses the hashtag #kindmonsters.

The purpose is to spread compassion and kindness in the everyday lives of youth. Those two things might seem antithetical to monsters, but if you start watching good monster movies--particularly the classics that the Monster High line is based on--you will see a number of monsters who may not have been so monstrous if shown a little compassion.

The Lady Gaga doll (pink hair, dark sunglasses and a black suit) looks amazing.  The fun part about the doll is that Lady Gaga's sister Natali Germonatta designed it.

Lady Gaga is growing on me, as an artist and a person, so I might just thrown in ($30 pre-order on walmart.com and Amazon) and support this cause.

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