VB: After years of shooting with our in-house photographer (LMDB*STUDIOS). We've finally got the great Jenny Bee to slow down enough for a sit down. How are you Miss Bee?
JB: I'm great. I've been focusing on singing coming back into my life, and I want to explore the art of acting as well. A triple threat was always the goal.
VB: So were you always this hot, or did you just spring into a swan after high school?
JB: Haha I always thought I had potential to be very glamorous but I was purposely a tomboy for a long time and I only wore sweats or athletic gear so a lot of people didn’t really notice my looks.
VB: Where are you from?
JB: I was born in Brooklyn and moved to Jersey with my family at five years old.
VB: Never knew that. What was that like?
JB: I’ve been here ever since and while it’s not my favorite place, I have good and bad memories of being here.
VB: So what kind of men/women do you like. (I don't want to assume)
JB: I like men. A strong man who knows how to treat a woman and enjoys spending time together. Someone positive and he has to have a lot of patience. I am not the easiest to be with but I hear the good outweighs the bad ;)
VB: Are you a conservative or exhibitionist?
JB: I am not conservative in the traditional term. I don’t really label myself but in the eyes of others I would be seen as very liberal. I believe my own thing and do what I feel is right.
VB: Got any crazy stories from your travels?
JB: Traveling with Jason Lanier was a crazy adventure and opportunity for me. He is the hardest worker I’ve ever seen and I learned what it’s like to be on a plane alone. Now in two weeks I’ll be taking what I learned and heading to NC! I will do photoshoots there and on the way and I hope I can make it a great trip. I am forever grateful to Jason for showing me what traveling really is when you’re working too!
VB: Now, a little birdie told us before you mention ed it earlier that you have an awesome singing voice. Got any other hidden talents?
Modeling came up on accident and I was just instantly into it. Singing is something I’ve been doing since i was three years old. Many don’t know but I can also play a ton of sports, not bad at fighting, and I can even tap dance a bit ;)
VB: We get a lot of fan email for you. Anything you want to say to them?
JB: I would like to say to all my fans, thank you for being a part of this journey while it’s new. I don’t forget the people who support me and love my work. I just hope one day my autograph will be worth something! Haha
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