EXCLUSIVE: Taylor Swift Named Newest Face of CoverGirl

04/30/2010 at 07:15 PM ET

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She’s already sold more than 10 million albums and been honored as the youngest CMA winner in history–but Taylor Swift might have just earned her biggest coup yet as CoverGirl’s latest spokesperson. In the “dream come true” role she’ll be in gorgeous company, joining the ranks of A-listers like Drew Barrymore, Rihanna, Queen Latifah and Ellen DeGeneres in representing the brand. Taylor’s ads for a new line of luxury cosmetics won’t debut until January, but she’s sharing this exclusive behind-the-scenes peek (below) with PEOPLE readers. –Katherine Kluznik Rentmeester

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Doug on

As long as she stays away from Tiger Woods everything should be fine.

Jon on

That’s great to hear, I wish Taylor Swift the best as The Newest Face of CoverGirl!

Hank on

Perfect choice. She is such a beautiful person inside and out.

johannah on

Taylor Swift is not very pretty. I think this is a big mistake on Cover Girl’s part. Guess they are trying to get tweens to buy their products.

ashley on

Maybe Cover Girl can help her, because I’m sorry but she’s not very attractive. And there is no way she’s prettier than Carrie Underwood. Carrie is gorgeous!

Danielle on

I think young girls relate to her because she’s just an average looking girl and sings about the problems they have. But how many young girls buy makeup? My daughter is a teen and doesn’t wear much. I don’t know if this was a great decision to pick her.

strawberry on

Taylor Swift thinks she’s a diva. She is a snot. I don’t like her and will not buy any more Cover Girl products.

Sue Landin on

She is an average looking girl at best that is helped a lot by make-up so she’s perfect for selling make-up. She is pretty much on the sell-out train making ads for Sony cameras, greeting cards so why not add cosmetics and then fragrance next. It’s the American way: get famous and then make more money off your fame.

Terri on

Taylor looks like a witch.

Jen on

Taylor is ok looking but no raving beauty. I’m glad they gave an average looking girl a campaign. They need to give more every day people and curvy people a chance at modeling and representing products. I’m so sick of these plastic botoxed bimbos I see.

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