Elizabeth Banks's Latest Role: L'Oreal Spokesperson

12/22/2008 at 12:01 PM ET

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L’Oreal’s iconic ads already feature some of Hollywood’s most gorgeous women, including Eva Longoria Parker, Beyonce, Scarlett Johansson and Penelope Cruz. And now the beauty brand is adding one more star to the ranks — Elizabeth Banks. For her part, the W actress, who will star in L’Oreal print and TV spots starting in February, couldn’t be more thrilled about her new role. “I am so honored to be the newest L’Oreal Paris spokesperson and to join such a distinguished group of women who proudly say the iconic phrase, ‘Because You’re Worth It,'” she says. Tell us: What do you think of L’Oreal’s latest choice?

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Elda on

she has the face of an angel….

justforme on

shes hot

bob on

classic cookie-cutter blonde from hollywood… they all sort of look the same…

jim on

but bob, she’s from pittsburgh

Carolynn on

Hmmm… it’s hard for me to see her as a model. I can’t get over the dumb blond bimbo roles she has played. I just see her and think trashy. Sorry, just being honest.

Kenny Sands on

Sell-out

stephanie on

ok

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harley on

i think elizabeth is a great choice…she has many talents & she is very beautiful.

mina on

SHE’S HECKA PRETTY!!!!!!! I WISH I WAS HER!!!!!

joey on

I’d F her throat.

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