Sara Ramirez in "Got Milk?" Campaign

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Actress Sara Ramirez, a.k.a. Callie Torres, a.k.a. Dr. Calliope Iphegenia Torres O'Malley, joined an exclusive club in being added to the talented cast of Grey's Anatomy during Season 2.

Now she's the latest celebrity to sport the infamous milk mustache. See below. The Sara Ramirez "Got Milk?" ad reads:

"In show business your figure, well, shows. That's why I drink milk. Studies suggest the nutrients in milk can play an important role in maintaining a healthy weight. Staying active, eating right, and drinking 24 ounces of lowfat or fat free milk a day helps you look your best. Bravo."

Sara Ramirez: Got Milk?

Great anatomy, indeed. For more information, visit thinkaboutyourdrink.com. For a cast member who doesn't get a lot of credit or attention, relative to her fellow stars, Sara Ramirez has always been terrific in our minds. We hope to see more of her in the up coming years!

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I totally agree with Did, she does look like jane Russell!
Wow Amy, I guess you're entitled to your own opinion, but that was pretty harsh. I think she looks absolutely gorgeous, and it makes me really happy to see someone other than a waifer thin twig being promoted as a healthy role model. Real women have curves!

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She's so fat.

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She looks like Jane Russell. Awesome. I am a big fan of SR, hope we see more stories on her.

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I also love this picture of her too! She looks beautiful!

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nice picture of sara, she looks great, but i have to agree with Whatever's comment. but i still don't like callie.

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Seriously they don't have to do so much touch up.
Sara looks great without it.

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This is the best picture I've seen of Sara yet. She looks drop-dead gorgeous--congrats Sara!

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Absolutely love the picture of her! I Really love her hair!

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