In addition to posing pretty for these colorful ads, Brandy sang and danced her way through this excellent Outlast lip-gloss commercial.
2. Dania Ramirez
This bilingual beauty currently does double duty, starring in both English and Spanish-language ads.
3. Drew Barrymore
CoverGirl Drew Barrymore helped make LashBlast Volume one of the most successful mascara launches in history!
4. Ellen Degeneres
Funny lady Ellen Degeneres became a CoverGirl for the first time at age 50!
5. Faith Hill
The country singer served as a CoverGirl spokeswoman in the the early ’00s. She even sang a countrified version of the iconic jingle in a television commercial!
6. Janelle Monáe
Janelle Monáe brought serious cool-girl cache to the brand when she became a spokeswoman in 2012.
7. Katy Perry
Popstar and make-up enthusiast Katy Perry is the latest addition to the CoverGirl family.
8. Keri Russell
Before she was a spy on The Americans, Keri Russell used her sleuthing skills to combat double-crossing lip-gloss in CoverGirl ads.
Australian DJ duo NERVO bring an edgy, EDM-inspired vibe to their CoverGirl ads.
CoverGirl Pink proves that beauty and strength aren’t mutually exclusive.
11. Queen Latifah
CoverGirl loves their longtime spokeswoman Queen Latifah so much they named their make-up for dark skin collection after her!
While Rihanna had a successful three-year run with the cosmetics brand, it ended in controversy when competitor Revlon tried insinuating she was a bad role model for choosing to stay with abusive boyfriend Chris Brown.
13. Sofia Vergara
The Modern Family star has been the face of CoverGirl since she signed with the brand in 2011.
14. Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift got a full-on makeover for her CoverGirl ads! Instead of rocking her trademark curls, the singer-songwriter looks sleek and sexy as brunette.
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