AJ McCarron's Girlfriend Katherine Webb Dons Underwear for Vanity Fair
Katherine Webb is still dominating every last portion of pop culture, recently ditching a good amount of clothing for her recent photo shoot.
The woman who seems determined not to let the clock on her fame reach the 15-minute mark is in the recent issue of Vanity Fair (h/t Yahoo! Sports).
While the interview gave us great insight into her instant celebrity, I imagine some of her biggest fans would be intrigued to know that a great deal of the photo shoot features quite the provocative wardrobe.
As for the interview, Webb discussed things like the upcoming ABC show Splash, as well as her awkward time growing up:
What do you think about what’s happened to you so far?
It’s kind of ironic that I’m in this position that I’m in now, because I grew up as the ugly duckling. I was always the tallest girl in my class, and it made me have really bad posture because I wanted to seem shorter than I really was. It really reflected how I felt about myself. I spent most of my youth in school feeling really insecure about the way I looked because I was different.
Being someone who is currently in Year 23 of their "awkward phase," I am glad to hear that a model who has become America's sweetheart was at one point a little goofy.
Hey, being a tad awkward never hurt anybody, and I hear it does wonders for the ol' personality as well.
The rest of the interview features beauty tips, acknowledgment that beauty pageants helped her deal with the sudden and enormous media spotlight, plus a brief tip of the hat to her own tomboy nature:
I grew up as an athletic girl, I played outside, I was a tomboy. I played softball for seven years.
But what is life like for AJ McCarron, the other half of this power duo? He was on The Dan Patrick Show recently and discussed, among other things, Katherine Webb (via Busted Coverage):
So if you are wondering how big Webb has become: She has pretty much overshadowed her BCS Championship-winning boyfriend.
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