Born in: Long Beach, California
Personal Ride: Red & White '55 Chevy Bel Air
MT: Have you ever done any bikini contests?
Jamie: Nah, they're way too ghetto for me. They don't have anything to do with beauty or bikinis. It's all about being trashy. I went to this show in Irwindale that was hosted by a magazine not to long ago. It was so ghetto, I didn't sign any posters, I just slipped out unnoticed.
MT: So what are your turn-ons?
Jamie: Well, I love a guy who's a good dancer. I need a guy who can keep up with me while I'm shakin' it. I'm a sucker for a guy with a gorgeous smile.
MT: Cool, so what are your biggest turn-offs?
Jamie: Let's see, I'm pretty simple actually. On the top of the list are Pro BMX riders named Cory (shudders). That's like the plague to me. I can't get past a set of snaggle teeth and some guy's nasty, funky smell!
MT: A simple model? That's unheard of. And, uh, Cory? OK, it sounds like you have some issues. (laughs)
Jamie: (laughing) Doesn't everyone?!
MT: You're right about that. So what's the next step for you as a model?
Jamie: I'd like to do some more magazine work, I think. I'm also going to work on a fan video soon.
MT: We wish you the best of luck in your future modeling work and fame and fortune, Jamie. Thanks for spending the afternoon with us.
Jamie: It was my pleasure. Give me a call anytime.
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