Starring in another Carl's Jr. commercial.
It does have sprinkles going for it.
Because if it's not on Instagram, you didn't actually steal it.
"If you increase the cost of something, businesses will use less of it. If you decrease the cost, they will use more of it."
Thanks to Carl's Jr.
She's following in the footsteps of Paris Hilton, Audrina Patridge, and Kate Upton.
She promotes the chain's new Southwest Patty Melt.
The swimsuit model is the latest person to show up in the the chain's hot-ladies-eating-burgers ad campaign.
A rundown of today's April Fools' Day hoaxes.
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Call us when there's evidence she's a hermaphrodite.
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Domino's, Carl's Jr., Starbucks, Quiznos, and Red Lobster can all nod their logos in sympathy with an overrun KFC.
Bacon fans and Padma worshippers, this is your moment.