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Karlie Kloss Teams Up With An MIT Engineer And Science Enthusiasts To Save the World

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She is not only known for her good looks and cat walking capabilities. She is also a coder and a SpaceX fanatic. Now, Karlie Kloss is teaming up with some experts for a new Netflix show with host Bill Nye.

Karlie Kloss is currently studying at New York University. In her spare time, she models, she codes, she bakes cookies and advocates for young women everywhere to get involved in computer science and education. She is even handling a Kode With Klossy summer camp to encourage young women to join the coding fun. Aside from that, she is promoting scholarships for education!

And to show everyone that science is fun, she even posed as an all-American, high-fashion astronaut at SpaceX's rocket factory in Los Angeles.

To make it official, Karlie Kloss is wearing a bow tie! She is currently taking a break from her coding classes to become Bill Nye's correspondent in "Bill Nye Saves the World."

Aside from the Victoria's Secret model, Vanity Fair notes that comedians Joanna Hausmann and Nazeem Hussain, engineer Emily Calandrelli, and scientist Derek Muller are coming on board as well.

Clearly, Kloss' devotion to science is obvious. Now, she joins Bill Nye and the rest of the gang. The short trailer for the show states that "You can't save the world without some awesome sidekicks."

The show is going to focus on the relationship science has with pop culture, society and even politics. Karlie's insight when it comes to the focus is valuable. She represents pop culture, fashion and women who are interested in academics, science and education.

Netflix's decision to include Kloss, Muller, Hussain and Calandrelli is essential to encourage a younger and wider audience to watch the streaming show. With Kloss on board, she holds the young girls demographic.

Watch out for some science talk and bow ties when "Bill Nye Saves the World" arrives on Netflix in Spring 2017.

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