Dylan Mulvaney, 26, proves blondes have more fun as she poses with Kellogg’s Tony the Tiger on her arms.
The transgender influencer appeared on the 76th Tony Awards magenta carpet at United Palace Theater, wearing a black diamond-embellished gown featuring a mesh corset that revealed her shoulders.
Mulvaney posed alongside Tony the Tiger, who swapped out his iconic red scarf for a customized bow tie featuring his name.
Tony was a “grrreat” gentleman holding Mulvaney’s train as she walked the carpet. They posed for several photos, exchanging smiles and laughs.
The Tiger will present unique gold-filled cereal bowls engraved with Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes at the Tonys afterparty.
“Tony is thrilled to celebrate all the amazing talent and present them with a new ‘Tony’ moment after the curtain falls,” Laura Newman, senior director of brand marketing at Kellogg Company told Fansided.
The actress’s debut with Kellogg’s iconic “Frosted Flakes” mascot could hint towards a collaboration between the pair, which could lead to a controversial outcome due to Mulvaney’s past campaigns.
Mulvaney has faced a lot of backlash for her recent LGBTQIA+ campaign with Bud Light, which cost the beer company, Anheuser-Busch $27 billion in market value, according to Fox News.
Target released a Pride-themed clothing line for children and “tuck-friendly” women’s swimsuits that allow trans women who have not had gender-affirming operations to conceal their genitalia.
The company’s shares have plunged 20% since mid-May, eliminating $15 billion in market value, partly due to investor concerns about inflation’s impact on shoppers.
However, liberal companies are not letting the backlash prevent them from supporting the LGBTQIA+ community.
Although, Target did remove some Pride-themed merchandise, they are a platinum sponsor of NYC Pride, which requires a $175,000 donation.
In a recent interview with LGBTQ magazine “Them,” Mulvaney expressed her thoughts on partnerships with transgender influencers.
“If a brand wants to work with me so bad, then they should work with other trans people, too. It’s not enough to just hire me, this white, skinny trans girl. I want all the dolls getting all the brand deals.”
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