Lea Michele is The New L’Oreal Paris Face!

Faces come and go, but it seems Lea Michele’s is here to stay. The Glee star has recently been signed to be the new face for popular beauty company, L’Oreal Paris. The hit FOX network show, Glee, has been going pretty strong for the past couple of years and Lea Michele has been there the whole way. It seems her face is everywhere; every red carpet event has a fashion police photo of the young starlet – usually in the best dressed category – and it’s hard to go to a gossip page or open up a magazine without seeing Ms. Lea. Now we well be seeing her face a lot more. With her new contract with L’Oreal ads – print and TV – will feature the beautiful, budding star.

Lea couldn’t wait to spread the news. She tweeted, “The rumors are true! So excited to be the new L’Oreal Paris Brand spokesperson!”

Lea Michele told People, “I’m overjoyed and beyond honored to be a part of the L’Oréal Paris family, I’m such a fan of L’Oréal Paris not just for all of their amazing products, but for what they stand for. I’m so thankful to be a part of a television show that promotes inner beauty and self-worth. Now to be a part of this amazing family that expresses the same amazing message is such an honor.”

Following that enthusiastic statement, the president of L’Oreal Paris USA, Karen T. Fondu made one of her own; “A beautiful woman inside and out, Lea truly exemplifies our brand philosophy, ‘Because You’re Worth It.’ We are so honored to welcome her as a member of the family.”

It seems everyone is simply ecstatic about this new deal between L’Oreal and Lea – and for good reason. In the past, other overjoyed faces (who are still worth it) include, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez and Eva Longoria. All of whom are now more successful, whether it’s in their personal life (babies!) or on screen; L’Oreal seemed to help push their fame value. With that being said, we wish Lea good luck and can’t wait to see those commercials in 2013!


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