Hometown: Montclair, NJ
If I could be anyone for one day it would be Whitney Houston when she sang The Star-Spangled Banner at Super Bowl XXV in 1991. Her voice is out of this world! I would love to have felt the energy in that stadium after she finished the song. Oh, and of course be able to sing like that!
If I weren't modeling ... I'd be working for a PR firm in New York City and trying to start a business with my brother.
To travel to Africa and try to recreate the iconic Janice Dickinson photo where a cheetah is licking her arm while she's in a bikini.
My lucky numbers are 4, 14, and 24. I have always seen these numbers pop up in my life whether it was my jersey numbers, plane seats, or room numbers. My new lucky number is 21 though!
I would split it amongst my mother, father and brother. Then I would throw an insane party in my hometown!
Shooting for Sports Illustrated. I hope that one day I can be featured in the magazine and be able to shout out my hometown of Montclair, NJ.
My favorite place I have ever traveled to was Cuba. The culture and people were beautiful. It was an eye-opening experience because we are so fortunate in the US with all of our advanced technology and frivolous items. Seeing people happy and blessed to have only but so much is a reminder that life is more than consumerism and status.
Deciding to be in the modeling industry. Every day is different and nothing is guaranteed. That in itself is an adventure and at times risky, even scary. I wouldn't trade it for anything! I am constantly meeting new people in different places and circumstances. It's always a crazy, different adventure.
I have never owned a business, but prior to "Deal or No Deal," I was working on starting a workshop program for aspiring models, actors, entrepreneurs, and socialites. The program is called "The Shoot Factory," a place where clients can get the materials they need to start their career or continue to grow. When I return to Jersey, I will continue this business venture and open in late October!