Pink Named as Newest Cover Girl - Other Celebs Who Held the Title

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Pink Named as Newest Cover Girl - Other Celebs Who Held the Title
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Pink joins this list of Cover Girls.

Pink has been named as the newest Cover Girl. She made the announcement on her Instagram account via a photo in which she's sporting pink lipstick, electric blue liner and orange nail polish. Her skin, as usual, looks flawless. The caption on the photo reads "Guess who's the new COVERGIRL!!!!!!!!!!!" Although she's their latest celeb spokesperson, several famous ladies held the title before her.

Taylor Swift

The country songstress was named a Cover Girl spokesperson back in May 2010 with her ads released to the public in January 2011. She was incredibly excited about the opportunity and said "I have admired many of the Cover Girls since I was a little girl…great artists and actresses who are confident and still themselves. It's like a dream come true to be a part of the future of Cover Girl." However, there was a bit of controversy with her ad for CoverGirl NatureLuxe Mousse Mascara. With her long lashes at the forefront of the ad, the fine print at the bottom read "Lashes enhanced in post production." The National Advertising Division was not too happy and the ad was pulled.

Drew Barrymore

The former wild child has reached her five year anniversary as a Cover Girl spokesperson. She was signed in April 2007 and has done a slew of ads that have appeared on television and in several magazines including Family Circle, Cosmopolitan and Vogue. Smoky ShadowBlast, TruBlend and Lip Perfection Lipcolor are just some of the products she's modeled.

Queen Latifah

In 2001, the New Jersey born actress became a Cover Girl. Her flawless beauty has appeared in several ads for the cosmetics giant while endorsing products such as Exact Eyelights Mascara and Clean Makeup. She recently made a big announcement in July 2012 during an interview that she's in the process of adopting a child.

Rihanna

The Bajan beauty was named a Cover Girl back in 2007, but in February 2009, her print and television ads were pulled after her battered face appeared in photos online. In June of the same year, the ads were reinstated just days after Chris Brown guilty for assaulting the singer.

Who is your favorite Cover Girl?

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