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Chris Brown Joins Modeling Agency Wilhelmina

November 15, 2012 (7:53 pm) GMT
The singer has trusted the agency to land him future modeling and beauty endorsement contracts.
Chris Brown

is now a singer, an actor and a model. The "Birthday Cake" crooner has signed a modeling contract with Wilhelmina, joining the agency's artist management division in hopes of landing new fashion and beauty endorsements.

"Art and style has always played a significant role in my life - it's evolved with me throughout my career," Brown said in a statement. "It's evolved with me throughout my career." He added, "I'm so happy to join the Wilhelmina team, which has countless successes in the industry, to explore this new avenue."

Although Brown's reputation was smeared by the assault he did to ex-girlfriend , Taylor Hendrich, the director of Wilhelmina Men, is confident that he was the right choice. Hendrich told Women's Wear Daily of the new client, "We recognize that Chris Brown is not just a voice, a dance or a lyric; he is a multi-faceted artist with a unique take on style, and we are excited to translate and extend his brand into these industries."

By being taken under Wilhelmina's wings, Brown joins the list of other celebrities who struck a deal with the agency as models. They are aka Fergie, , Gabriel Aubrey and .

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