Hot tamale Cristy Nicole comes to you from Dallas, Texas. She got her start with Playboy as a Coed – of the Week in December 2010, and of the Month in February 2011 – and now she’s a Cybergirl. Tall, slender, with long brown hair and pouty lips, she’s a natural in her body and in front of the camera.
“I grew up in a small town in Texas, where I rode horses, went fishing and hunting, and I spent all of my summer and winter breaks in Mexico. I really love the culture – the close-knit families, the big dinners we would have every weekend. We would play all day in the sun, then sit down to an authentic Mexican meal. I studied Spanish in college so I could share that rich culture with others.”
¿Y puede ella hablar español? “I’m fluent in Spanish,” says Cristy. “Most people don’t know that I’m Hispanic, but my Mom is from Mexico. Some people talk about me in Spanish right in front of me, and I just laugh and say ‘los puedo entender – I can understand’. They’re always shocked.”
Cristy has been modeling since she was twelve years old. She’s appeared in runway shows, print ads, pageants, parties and on television. “I’ve always loved Playboy, and shooting with them when I turned 18 was great, because I could finally be like those beautiful girls I had seen on TV and in the magazine, she says. “I’m very comfortable with my body.” And what does she think of the tool of her trade? “My butt looks great in jeans, panties, or nothing,” she says. “My legs are long. But my favorite thing about my body is my breasts. They’re small, but real, nicely shaped, and I don’t have to worry about back pain, bras, men staring or anything. I love them just the way they are.”
When Cristy’s not in front of the camera, she’s in front of the TV, playing video games. “Well, the guys play video games,” she admits. “I watch.” She loves to go to dinner or out dancing with the girls, and she’s in a long-term relationship with her best friend from college. “It’s been a great experience,” she says. “I always have someone to talk to, keep me company…and it’s nice to know that someone loves you for who you are.” Believe us, Cristy – we do.