Multi-talented Charene Herrera is more than just a voice on the radio; she's also a pretty face, in fact, she's now a cover girl for Montana Woman magazine. 

Herrera, half of the Billy and Charene show on 94.9 KYSS-FM, told KGVO News on Monday morning that she was just notified of the magazine cover this weekend.

I used fly fishing as a form of grief counseling.

"I had no idea I was going to be on the cover of Montana Woman magazine, which obviously highlights women who define what it means to live in Montana," Herrera said. "They asked me to do a fishing spread for the April issue, which is a great time to fish places like Rock Creek, the Clark Fork and the Blackfoot."

Herrera said April is also significant for her in a deeply personal way.

"They also chose April because it was the month my Grandma passed away last year," she said. "Obviously, it's a little emotional for me but it's also the time I decided to go fly fishing, so I picked up my rod and went out there every single day for a long time after she passed, and I got really good at fly fishing. You know, they say the closest place to God is in the garden and the closest place to the people that have passed is in the outdoors. So, I used fly fishing as grief counseling."

Herrera said she has always been a big fan of the magazine, having known the publisher.

In April, 2015, it's your turn, Charene.