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Gisele Bündchen Sings The Kinks Song “All Day And All Of The Night” For Her New H&M Campaign

Submitted by on September 7, 2013 – 12:36 pm2 Comments

Just in case scores of women didn’t hate Gisele Bündchen enough already, the Brazilian bombshell is proving she is even more perfect than we could have ever imagined.

As the new face of the H&M autumn/winter 2013 ad campaign, the world’s highest paid model (ranked by Forbes) earns her paycheck, not only modeling looks for the Swedish retailer on the streets of London but also by singing for the television and online campaign. And the craziest part? She’s actually pretty darn good. Gisele recorded her very own rendition of The Kinks hit “All Day and All of the Night”and she definitely sounds just as good as she looks.

It’s also all for a great cause. Gisele’s cover song will be available for free download via hm.com and will also be available on iTunes, which will help raise money for UNICEF beginning on September 12.For every single download from iTunes, H&M will make a donation to UNICEF to enable the purchase of vaccines for children.

“I am so excited to be the face of H&M this autumn,” says Gisele. “I love the street style look and that we can raise funds for a good cause. I hope everyone downloads my song!”

Watch the behind-the-scenes video of Gi-Gi’s recording session below and check out the print campaign, which features a tough but feminine look straight from the streets of utilitarian coats and blazers worn with blouses, sweatshirts, and pants. Do you think she could be a singer if she wasn’t a model?

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