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Gisele Bundchen may be the world’s highest-earning model, but she’s not the most desirable cover girl, it seems.

Both Vanity Fair and Harper’s Bazaar have featured the leggy Brazilian on their covers this year, likely the result of an editor’s assumption that people want to read about her marriage to NFL star Tom Brady or her line of eco-friendly flip-flops. Sadly, this just isn’t the case.

According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations Rapid Report, both Vanity Fair and Harper’s Bazaar saw their worst sales of the year with Gisele’s issues. Not even the promise of nudity (as was the case with the artfully-posed Vanity Fair spread) could draw in readers.

Why did Gisele fare so poorly? It may be that Americans don’t consider her a real celebrity personality, as she’s founded a career based entirely on image (we’re not used to listening to our models talk, see). A Vanity Fair spokesperson, Beth Kseniak, had a much snarkier suggestion: “It might be she’s losing her looks.”