Bea Miller rose to fame on singing competition reality show “X Factor,” and released single “Buy Me Diamonds” this summer.
Los Angeles--Who doesn’t love a catchy ode to diamonds?

Tacori tapped “Buy Me Diamonds” singer Bea Miller, who first garnered attention as a contestant on singing competition reality show “X Factor,” to front its latest digital campaign.

Miller is the latest #TacoriGirl to star in a photoshoot for the Los Angeles jewelry brand, which is currently live on Tacori.com as well as Tacori’s social channels like Facebook and Instagram.

The website also features an interview with Miller, who released “Buy Me Diamonds” this summer, off of her EP “Chapter 2: Red.”

The song is available on iTunes.

#TacoriGirl highlights influencers and the way they style themselves in Tacori pieces. Past ambassadors have included Katherine Schwarzenegger, daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, and Whitney Port-Rosenman, who is most known for starring on reality show “The Hills.”





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