This woman might be the tallest model in the world. Standing at 6 foot, 9 inches, Ekaterina Lisinia is challenging the record to be the tallest model in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Lisinia, 29, is from Penza, Russia. Currently she holds the title of the tallest woman in her country. She also holds the record as the woman with the biggest feet in Russia, wearing a size 13 shoe.
Well, her photographer needs a step ladder!
In an interview with Daily Express, Ekaterina revealed her goal to erase some records in Guinness:
“The record is held at the moment by Amazon Eve and she is 6ft 8in, which is smaller than me. I really want to be in the book of world records as the world’s tallest model.”
“I also think I have a chance to be awarded the world’s longest legs. My legs are around 52.4 inches, which is longer than the current record holder.”
Her legs alone measures 52.4 inches.
Lisinia said she was always taller than everyone else in her age group. However, it was only when she was 24 years old that she felt that her being tall is attractive.
“I only really realized I was attractive when I was about 24 years old.”
“I feel really comfortable in my body. I like my long legs, I like my long body — everything about it.”
Lisinia is also very athletic. She was a former basketball player with a successful career in women’s basketball in Russia. She played for various teams such as the Russian women’s squad in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which earned her a bronze medal.
Ekaterina was a former Olympic medalist.
She is also the tallest among her family, however, her father said her height is no surprise to them. It runs in their blood.
In an interview, her dad shared:
“When we were picking up Ekaterina from the hospital, we noticed straight away that her legs were really long and her body mainly consisted of them. [She] got them from her parents.”
Her brother, Sergei is 6 foot, 6 inches tall, her dad is 6 feet, 5 inches while her mother is also more than 6 feet tall.
Lisinia dreamt of becoming a model since she was a teenager. But her height and athleticism gave her an advantage to basketball and it turned to a professional career. After her retirement in sports, Ekaterina started to pursue modelling.
Mobile Legends Just Got Sued For Copyright Infringement By League of Legends
Mobile Legends developer Moontoon is facing lawsuit for copyright infringement of Riot Games’ League of Legends.
Mobile Legends is perhaps one of the most exciting mobile games in recent memory. Not as successful as Pokemon GO, but it sure has enough player base to wow the industry it is in. Unfortunately, the title would soon be removed from the face of this planet.
Recently, the developer of League of Legends, Riot Games, has filed a lawsuit against Shanghai Moontoon Technology, the studio responsible for Mobile Legends. The lawsuit, which was filed at the Central District Court of California, raises the alleged copyright infringement of League of Legends through multiple mobile titles.
According to the lawsuit, the games in question are Mobile Legends: 5v5 MOBA, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, and Magic Rush: Heroes. Riot Games argued that these titles, in one way or another, contained “a vast array of elements that were directly and deliberately appropriated” from League of Legends. These include, but not limited to, artwork, characters, monster and map designs, and units.
28 of the Most Paused Moments in Movie History
How well do you know your movies? These are the 28 most paused movie moments ever!
If you are a big fan of watching movies at home, we're sure you know how valuable the 'pause' button is. For example, the tool allows you to stop the film for a while if you are feeling overwhelmed. That way, you can take a breather and digest things first before proceeding. Other than that, the button can be useful too if you need to pee or get some food. Well that's the huge advantage of watching on your couch as opposed to sitting in a theater, right?
In other instances though, hitting the pause button is also perfect for catching little details that most casual viewers might miss in first viewing. Case in point, this list compiled by Providr gives us the 28 most paused moments in movie history - like ever!
Read on and see for yourself.
Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’ Blamed For 2 Cases Of Teen Suicide
Two teens from California committed suicide days after watching Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why.” Families angered for show’s renewal.
“It’s very graphic, especially the two-minute scene where she slits her wrists in a bathtub,” Peter Chui, a relative of a teenager who committed suicide last April blames his niece's demise to Netflix "13 Reasons Why." The show adapts Jay Asher’s New York Times bestseller portraying Hannah Baker, a troubled student who mailed her classmates a series of mysterious cassette tapes before killing herself.
According to reports, two teens in California committed suicide just days after watching the show. Bella Herndon, who was just three days away from her 16th birthday and Priscilla Chui, 15. The two girls were not connected to each other and died four days apart.
Hannah Baker's suicide scene in Netflix's "13 Reasons Why"
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