She was Forbes 2007 richest model, thanks largely in part to her Victoria’s Secret contract. But Gisele Bunchen doesn’t seem to be short for modeling contracts since she parted ways with the lingerie giant with rumours flying around that she may have scored a two-year $2.5 million contract to be the face of Max Factor.
According to E Online, the current face of Versace’s spring 2008 advertising campaign and Dolce & Gabbana fragrance The One is excited to endorse Max Factor because she wasn’t able to while acting as a Victoria’s Secret spokemodel. A Max Factor source reportedly said that the campaign will launch this Northern summer.
The final question is, will Gisele replace Max Factor’s current face, Carmen Electra, or be a fellow face like Lâ€™Orealâ€™s celebrity line up.
If the rumours are true, then Gisele will join the likes of Carmen Kass, Yasmine Bleeth (at age six!) and Madonna, as past and current faces of Max Factor.[Via EOnline]