Gisele Bündchen Models (and Sings!) for H&M's Summer Campaign

04/02/2014 at 02:55 PM ET

Gisele H&MCourtesy H&M

H&M is on a supermodel streak. First they enlisted Miranda Kerr to pose in a variety of sweet and sultry shots for their spring campaign, and now they’ve got Gisele Bündchen modeling bikinis for summer. And Bündchen is more than just a pretty face (and toned body) — she’s also contributing musically to the upcoming ads.

The photos, shot by Lachlan Bailey, portray the star in the fast fashion brand’s classic swimsuits (see an ad and a behind-the-scenes shot below). We’ve also got a fun backstage look at the supermodel in the studio with famed producer and DJ Bob Sinclair recording her cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass.”

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Gisele H&MCourtesy H&M

“I never in a million years thought that I would record a song and get to work with a producer like Bob,” Bundchen says, according to InStyle. This is her second time laying down a track for H&M — last year she recorded a Kinks song for the fall campaign. Her new song, along with the rest of the ads, will be released in May. Are you excited to hear it?

–Alex Apatoff

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no srsly on

I am sooo sick of this woman’s arrogance…about her husband….his football abilities….her own modelling career….and now we’re being subjected to her singing??
PUHLEEZE woman…….take your insecurities and your ego and RETIRE. (take Tom Brady with you please and thank you)

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