Katherine Heigl: Cellular Spokesmodel

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There's just one Katherine Heigl story after another these days. The girl is turning into a mogul. She can now be seen in press and online advertisements as part of a $10 million, Samsung-supported campaign for a brand new PDA/smart phone known as the BlackJack.

The campaign includes the recently launched Samsung BlackJack's official site, which features Katherine promoting the smart phone. The press ad is a similarly styled two page presentation, such as that featured in the newest edition of Entertainment Weekly (see below).

Katherine Heigl: Blackjack
Katherine Heigl, Blackjack Model

No word on whether the phone comes with Katherine Heigl pictures. Now that would make it worth signing a two-year service agreement!

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Actullaly tring to get in contact with Katies brother Holt Knew her when she lived in Colorado. Nancy or Paul might remember me. Tim

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Katie Heigle is such a beautiful woman, it is no wonder that everyone wants her right now. I hope she doesn't run the risk of being too over exposed. I guess you have to take advantage of the success of the show to cement your name and face in the minds of others in the industry so that other opportunities present themselves when this ride is over. I just remember the Friends backlash when they were seen everywhere. It affected the ratings of their show. That was about year three. Of course they went on to have seven more very popular sesaons before the series ended.

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