Cyber Girl Courtney Paige talks Ferraris, hot girls and Megan Fox.
Playboy.com: How long have you been modeling?
I’ve been modeling since I was little. I remember my momma dragging me to castings in New York City with hundreds of young girls all hoping to get the same commercial. I didn't love modeling until I got a little older and realized I was kind of sexy! [laughs] I've been in numerous lingerie and swimsuit ads; I was centerfold in Maxim Espanol September 2012 and, as you know, tons of stuff for Playboy TV!
Playboy.com: What does the Playboy brand represent to you?
Beautiful, sexy, confident and classy women.
Playboy.com: Fill us in on the work you’ve done with Playboy.
I was on the show Badass two years ago. I was on three or four Badass episodes and I also did Camp Playboy and Beach House.
Playboy.com: What was your craziest adventure on Badass?
I drove a Ferrari naked in Vegas.
Playboy.com: Sexiest Beach House adventure?
The whole thing was just really sexy. Tons of hot girls around — it was a great weekend.
Playboy.com: What has been your favorite Playboy shoot so far?
I like the one that I just did, the amateur shoot. It was cool having a whole shoot dedicated to me and to let my personality shine. When you’re on TV, I wouldn’t say it’s scripted, but doing a shoot was different.
Playboy.com: The name of your shoot is “Bodacious Ballerina”; are you in ballet?
I’ve been a dancer my whole life and I now own a ballet bar workout studio. I just opened one in L.A. and I hope to open one on the East Coast.
Playboy.com: What do you bring to Playboy that other women may not?
I think that my look is different than most of the girls that do Playboy. A lot of them are blonde and [have] blue eyes; I just think it’s rare to find a girl with black hair and blue eyes. I’m very established as well, I’m not just a model: I’ve been a business owner since I was 19. I’ve owned six different companies, so I think I’m a little bit different than other girls that pose for Playboy.
Playboy.com: What qualities drive you wild in a man?
He needs to be really intelligent to keep up with me — and a sexy body, of course! He has to be close to his family and have strong roots.
Playboy.com: What qualities drive you wild in a woman?
Playboy.com: What is one woman you’d love to see pose for Playboy that hasn’t?
Playboy.com: What do you drive?
A brand-new Range Rover. I just got it so I’m really excited.
Playboy.com: Do you have a signature drink?
Playboy.com: Do you collect anything?
Playboy.com: When do you feel sexiest?
When I get out of the shower and my hair’s wet.
Playboy.com: What is the best way for a guy to win a chick over?
To not be cheesy. Try to hold a really good conversation from the beginning; be yourself and don’t pretend to be someone you’re not.
Playboy.com: One book you think everyone should read?
Playboy.com: Any secret talents?
I’m really flexible.
Playboy.com: What is on your nightstand?
Body lotion and candles.
Playboy.com: What do you do when you’re not modeling?
Playboy.com: What are your best and worst character traits?
I would say the best: that I’m driven and independent. But it can also be bad because I’m a little too independent to hold a relationship.
Playboy.com: Favorite physical attribute?
My eyes and my butt.
Playboy.com: What are your goals for the coming year?
To model for Playboy more and to continue to grow my company successfully.
Playboy.com: Number one fashion tip for men?
Guys need to learn how to be more casual; you see guys who dress up all cheesy to go out in L.A. Sexy is jeans and a t-shirt and Converse, not cheesy cheap shoes.
Follow Courtney on Twitter: @courtneypaigeox