Be More Human: Reebok’s New Face

Supermama Gal Gadot has landed a new role – with sportswear giant Reebok.​

The “Wonder Woman” star has teamed up with the athletics brand to front the new “Be More Human” campaign for its womenswear division. She took to Instagram to share the news – and an image from the shoot – with her 17.7 million online followers, writing: “I’m pumped about my new partnership with @Reebok!

Together, we’re going to find the fun in fitness, and the strength in sports! Ladies, let’s play.”

Reebok, for its part, lavished praise on the star, sharing the same photo alongside the caption: “A symbol of strength. A champion for change. A true force to be reckoned with. | From the role she plays on the big screen to the role she plays at home, @Gal_Gadot constantly inspires women of all generations to be the best version of themselves.”

The move is the latest big celebrity coup for Reebok, who has been amassing high-profile women to represent the brand of late.

Gadot joins a high-powered group of ambassadors including supermodel Gigi Hadid, who was unveiled as the newest face of the label in 2016, and former Spice Girl and fashion designer Victoria Beckham, who is collaborating with the company on a collection said to be launching later this year.

Last September also saw pop star Ariana Grande join the fold, as part of a year-long partnership. 

SINGAPORE – Based in Singapore and married to Henry Golding, Reebok Ambassador, Liv Lo – yoga and HIIT trainer – has also been keeping it real with Reebok’s Be More Human and Perfect Never campaigns.

You can find Liv at Yoga Movement where she teaches.


Lead image from IG: gal_gadot

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