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Siren Phoenix Osceola, Model

Not Rated ID:21793
Philadelphia,  Pennsylvania
Modeling has alwaysbeen my secret ambition for the last few years. I love fashion, the make-up,elaborate hair, and glamour of the industry. I decided in 2010 to pursuemodeling by auditioning for America’s Next Top Model. I was not selectedbecause I was considered too big and too old to be a plus size model. I becamea little...   read more
 
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Height:5' 8" (172 cm)
Weight:200 lb (91 kg)
Chest:42" DD (107 cm)
Waist:38" (97 cm)
Hips:51" (130 cm)
Eye Color:Brown
Hair Color:Black
Dress Size: 16 US
Shoe Size: 11 US  (42.5 EU)
Skin Color:Brown
Ethnicity: African American
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dablue1  wrote about Siren Phoenix Osceola on 04/16/13   03:21 AM     
Paid shoot is available if interested do email directly to my private email address below for more details..(smccurry45@live.com)

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