Good news for "Glee" fans: you're going to be seeing a lot more of Lea Michele lately.

Michele just inked a deal to be the next spokesmodel for world's biggest beauty company L'Oreal Paris, the New York Post reveals.

"I'm overjoyed and beyond honored to be a part of the L'Oréal Paris family," Michele tells People. "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."

And the feeling is mutual, as L'Oreal Paris' USA president Karen T. Fondu says in a release: "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."

The actress, who recently turned 26, joins a league of L'Oreal ladies that includes Beyonce, Eva Longoria, Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani. (Not exactly shoddy company.) Her ads will debut in early 2013, but Lea's already a on-camera pro, having modeled for Candie's.

While most spokesmodels shill only L'Oreal-brand products, the makeup behemoth, which made over $28 billion in sales last year, actually owns a staggering number of product lines that you probably have in your bathroom right now, including Garnier Fructis, Redken and Maybelline.

Congrats, Lea! We can't wait to see you flipping your shiny hair in commercials to come.

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  • Milla Jovovich for Revlon, 1989

  • Jennifer Connelly for Revlon, 2008-Present

  • Brooke Shields for Revlon, 1988

  • Opera Winfrey for Revlon, 1989

  • Melanie Griffiths for Revlon, 1996

  • Shania Twain for Revlon 1999

  • Lucy Liu and Halle Berry for Revlon, 2000

  • Joan Collins for Revlon, 1980

  • Liza Minnelli for Revlon, 1980

  • Audrey Hepburn for Revlon, 1988

  • Jessica Biel for Revlon, 2009-Present

  • Beau Garrett for Revlon, 2007-2009

  • Jessica Alba for Revlon, 2007

  • Susan Sarandon for Revlon, 2005

  • Salma Hayek for Revlon, 1998-present

  • Olivia Wilde for Revlon, Present

  • Elle Macpherson for Revlon, 2011

  • Tyra Banks for CoverGirl, 1997

  • Queen Latifah for CoverGirl, 2001-present

  • Faith Hill for CoverGirl, 2001

  • Keri Russell for CoverGirl, 2006-present

  • Drew Barrymore for CoverGirl, 2007-present

  • Ellen Degeneres for CoverGirl, 2009-present

  • Rihanna for CoverGirl, 2009-present

  • Dania Ramirez for CoverGirl, 2009-present

  • Brandy for CoverGirl, 2009

  • Molly Sims for CoverGirl, 2010-present

  • Taylor Swift for CoverGirl, 2011-present

  • Sofia Vergara for CoverGirl, 2011-present

  • Jamie King, Eva Mendes, Julianne Moore & Halle Berry for Revlon, 2004

  • Aishwarya Rai for L'Oreal, 2005-2011

  • Diane Keaton for L'Oreal, 2006-Present

  • Penelope Cruz, 2006-Present

  • Jane Fonda for L'Oreal, 2006-Present

  • Claudia Schiffer for L'Oreal, 2006-Present

  • Gong Li for L'Oreal, 2007-Present

  • Mila Jovovich for L'Oreal, 2007-Present

  • Doutzen Kroes for L'Oreal, 2007-Present

  • Leitita Casta, 2008-Present

  • Beyonce for L'Oreal, 2008-Present

  • Eva Longoria for L'Oreal, 2009-Present

  • Evangeline Lily for L'Oreal, 2009-Present

  • Diane Krugar for L'Oreal, 2009-Present

  • Freida Pinto for L'Oreal, 2009-Present

  • Jennifer Lopez for L'Oreal, 2010-Present

  • Gwen Stefani for L'Oreal, 2010-Present

  • Isabella Rossellini for Lancome, 1982-1996

  • Juliette Binoche for Lancome, 1995-2008

  • Drew Barrymore for Lancome, 2005

  • Kate Winslet for Lancome, 2007-present

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