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Jenni Burns

   Jenni Lynn Burns is a full time model who feels sexiest in nothing but her own skin. The blonde bombshell originally hailed from a small town in Ohio, and is now currently soaking up the sun in Los Angeles, CA. Jenni considers herself a free spirit and values her independence. Jenni has graced the pages of Playboy and believes a woman's body is meant to be shown off. Her self-respect and strength are two of her biggest assets - but gorgeous green eyes and a 5'9" 34DD build also sets her apart from the rest. Jenni is a homebody and goes out only occasionally to appreciate special moments. Her family is her support system and she considers herself lucky for the life she was given.

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   Jenni Lynn Burns is a full time model who feels sexiest in nothing but her own skin. The blonde bombshell originally hailed from a small town

ENTMAG: When did you start modeling?

 

JENNI: I started modeling at the age of 16. I had agencies in Chicago & Cleveland. When I was old enough, I knew I had to venture out to LA. I came, never being here before, & not knowing a single person. I have been here for almost 3 years, having my agency for 2.5 of the 3. With that said, I have been very determined, since the age of 16, to make my dreams come true. Now they are.

 

ENTMAG: What’s your inspiration?

 

JENNI: I have many inspirations. Specific models, healthy body types that keep me motivated. I always think successful entrepreneurs are always inspiring, but I think the root of my

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 inspirations come from my mother. Her strength and generosity towards others my entire life has made me the woman I am proud to be today, and I can't thank her enough for that. At the end of the day, regardless of work, or success, you're still you, and you need to be happy with that.

 

ENTMAG: What else do you love to do, other than modeling?

 

JENNI: Besides modeling, I love staying active and in shape. Not just to look good, ;) but to feel good! I love doing yoga, going hiking, running. I love traveling. I hope to travel more within the next few years. I love baking. I have the biggest sweet tooth!

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ENTMAG: Do you always name your poses, like “crouching tiger”?

 

JENNI: It was the "crotching" tiger, and I didn't name it! Haha. It was all about the crotch! I worked with a really cool set of people that day. It is hard to feel like a job on a shoot when you are having so much fun! We were joking about certain (awkward) poses I was whipping out, and somehow got to naming a few. It was a first for me!

 

ENTMAG: What’s your favorite kind of music?

 

JENNI: I live for music! I love everything! Maybe not so much hardcore screamers, or rap that you can’t understand but, for the most part, music is my love. Gets me through every day!

 

ENTMAG: Are you the kind of person that points out fashion “NO NOs” that people do?

 

JENNI: I think sometimes I look at people and wonder what they were thinking getting dressed in the morning, but I would never point it out to them personally. I'm sure there are times people look at me and feel the same way! Sometimes, ya just don't give a damn!

 

ENTMAG: What kind of wine you most enjoy?

 

JENNI: Ahhh, wine. You can never go wrong with wine. I love wine. Pinot Noir is definitely my favorite but, on summer days, Chardonnay is the way to go. The best and worst decisions of my life came from wine. (laughing)

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ENTMAG: When you are in a photo shoot, do you feel like a rock star?

 

JENNI: When I am in a photo shoot, I don't notice anybody else around me. I get in a zone with the camera, and work the crap out of it until I snap back and remember life exists! I feel like a queen during shoots, and I am more confident in my own skin now than I have ever been. So, a rock star? Yeah, you can say that!

 

ENTMAG: When do you feel the most sexy?

 

JENNI: I feel the most sexy naked. A naked face, a naked body, completely raw. It took a while for me to appreciate that, but I think a woman in her complete natural beauty is the sexiest! Don't get me wrong, being done up in a sexy little number of lingerie isn't a bad choice either!

ENTMAG: Do you think you look sexier in all black, or lots of colors?

 

JENNI: Black is definitely the sexiest color I think a woman can be in, or red! I love red. But, I have always been told I look best in colors. Pastels. In my opinion, it depends on someone’s mood. You don't wanna be in a sultry, seductive mood, and try rocking some bright green lingerie or something. Sultry is black. 100%. That's why it's important for a girl to always own a little black dress. Or 5.

 

ENTMAG: You say you’re a sweet girl, but is there also have a dark side to you?

 

JENNI: I am a very sweet girl. I get told that a lot, actually. I don't know that I would say I have a "dark" side, but I definitely have a naughty side! I am in my mid-twenties, single, and a model in LA. Let that sink in for a minute...

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ENTMAG: What does the 4th of July mean to you?

 

JENNI: I think people enjoy the fact that the 4th of July is a reason to celebrate but, personally, I think some forget what it really is about. I'm the type of person who likes to party occasionally, but when I woke up on the 4th, first thing I did while still lying in bed, was read articles on the people who serve for our country before partying even crossed my mind. It's a shame "Independence Day" should be thought of other than its true meaning.

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