Kim Lee ‘The Hangover Part II’ Launches Own ‘GTOX Hangover Shake’ Benefiting the U.S. Midwest Tornado Victims
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif., June 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Thousands of fans lined up in front of Millions of Milkshakes in West Hollywood June 2nd, 2011 to catch a glimpse of Actress and fashion model Kim Lee as she created her “GTOX Hangover Shake” to Benefit the U.S. Midwest Tornado Victims. Fans were eager to try Kim’s shake, which was a perfect blend of strawberries, pineapples, orange juice, mango and vegan ice cream plus the patented hangover-blocking ingredient GTOX.
Kim Lee joins other Celebrities with own shakes of which include; Pamela Anderson, Ron Artest, Miley Cyrus, La Toya Jackson, Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Shaquille O’Neal, Fantasia, Lil’ Kim, Chad Ocho Cinco, Donny Osmond, Mallika Sherawat, Dylan & Cole Sprouse, , Cali Swag District, Aaron Carter, Ciara, Lee DeWyze, Heidi Montag, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Nadya Suleman Octomom, Terrell Owens, Karina Smirnoff, Kym Johnson, Jennifer Love Hewitt and more.
Millions of Milkshakes, the Mecca for celebrity shakes and smoothies, recently collaborated with GTOX the Hangover Blocker detox shots to create a new shake now being served in conjunction with the “The Hangover Part II” movie. Now Millions of Milkshakes is the only place to get this healthy late night smoothie, stopping those terrible hangovers before they even start. Millions of Milkshakes is regularly featured on top entertainment like ET, CNN, AP, NBC, ABC, CBS, Reuters and more. It has now become a celebrity hot spot with a long list of Celebrities from all over the world requesting their own signature shakes. In less than 24 months, Millions of Milkshakes has become the fastest growing restaurant brand in America. From its two locations in West Hollywood and Culver City, over 500 million people around the World have seen the brand.
About Kim Lee
Kim Lee, famously nicknamed the Asian Kim Kardashian, is a 23-year-old model and Actress, appearing in “The Hangover part II”. This Asian sensation has appeared in editorials for Maxim, Elle, DSport, Hip-Hop Weekly, Vanity Fair, Sports Illustrated, and Chinese, Japanese, French, American, Spanish, Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Russian versions of FHM. She has been in more than 25 music videos, including Neyo’s “Beautiful”, Kid Cudi ft Kanye West’s “Erase Me” and Flo Rida ft David Guetta’s “Club Can’t Handle Me” and “Hot n Cold “with Katy Perry, “Text” Jason Derulo feat mann , Lil’ Freak – Usher feat Nicki Minaj , 50 cent, Eminem & Dr Dre “Crack a bottle” , Everything everyday everywhere- Fabolous, Ryan Leslie and Keri Hilson , John Legend feat Andre 3000 “Greenlight”, Far East Movement Feat Ryan Tedder “Rocketeer” and many more!
She has also featured as a lead and support female in several Television commercials, such as “LRG Side Kick & I phone”, “Bud Light”, “Party City” and “McDonalds”. She made her first runway debut on the Emanuel Ungaro and Martin Grant shows in Paris. Next, she walked her first New York Fashion Week shows for Marc Jacobs and Cynthia Steffe. She also appeared in seven major campaigns, including DKNY Jeans, The GAP, Barneys New York, Benetton, Alexander Wang, Converse, and CKone. She has also appeared in campaigns for Bergdorf Goodman, Calvin Klein, Alexander Wang, and Vivienne Tam. She appeared as guest star on CSI Las Vegas, Entourage; MTV “Next”, MTV Jamie Kennedy “Blown Up”, Snoop Dogg’s “Fatherhood” on “E” channel, Kim also started segueing into film roles after receiving interest from various directors and producers from Hollywood. Kim auditioned and won the role of Yogi in Joseph A. Elmore Jr.’s “Speed-Dating“. She is also co-starring in Andrew Fischer‘s “Chronicles of Rick Roll.”
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