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Heidi Klum: AOL Contributor

Because Heidi Klum is super famous, has nice hair, and doesn’t have enough money, AOL is paying her almost $1 million to contribute content to the site. Ad Age reports that she’ll also be taking in 50 percent of the ad revenue generated from the project.

But enough about the rich getting richer, just what is Klum offering readers? A slew of advice videos on everything from parenting (she’s famous, of course she’s a great mom!) to fashion.

Helping Klum out will be a stable of “experts,” people she brought along that she trusts will dole out great information. One of them is actually her children’s art teacher, which we have to admit is kind of cool.

Before you start taking in all of Klum’s advice, be warned, it does get expensive. She says the best brush on the market is one made by Mason Pearson. It costs over $100.

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