India Reynolds UK Glamour Model @ Loaded, UK, March 2012

India Reynolds is a reading born beautiful glamour model who frequently appears in top mens magazines such as Nuts, Loaded and Front.

India Reynolds is a reading born glamor model who is featured regularly in many of the top men’s magazines! India was a finalist in the Page 3 Idol 2009 competition and since then has grown her career! Below you can see all the information about the beautiful India Reynolds.

Name: India Reynolds
Born: Reading, England
Nationality: British
Measurements: 32DD-24-34 in
Bra/cup size: 32E
Boobs: Natural
Height: 5 ft 6 in
Body Type Slim
Hair: Brown


Brittney Palmer Hot Photos from Playboy, USA, March 2012

Brittany Alexis Palmer is the youngest of three girls, a fact which her older sisters never let her forget. She was born in Utah and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. She began performing as a dancer at the age of two. She Born on June 24, 1987 in San Diego.

Brittney performed emotionally compelling roles such as a puppet and a butterfly. As a teen she performed in Radio City Music Hall’s “Super bowl XXX Halftime Show” starring Dianna Ross. At the age of sixteen she was named Miss Teen Glendale Arizona. She was a cheerleader, a homecoming queen and the student body president of Greenway High School.

Brittiney Palmer won the Sandra Day O’Connor Award for Humanitarian Services from the National Association of Christians & Jews. She is currently Co-Creator of a non-profit organization "Children of Our Villages", an organization dedicated to helping an AIDS orphanage in Namibia.

In college Brittney Palmer studied opera and classical acting at the Shakespeare Sedona Institute and graduated early magna cum laude from the University of Northern Colorado. Upon moving to New York City, she debuted on television in ABC's All My Children playing a recurring character named Kerry. She currently resides in Los Angeles.


Amber Cope, Angela Cope @ Maxim, USA, March 2012

Amber Nicole Cope is a professional racing driver. Along with her twin sister, Angela Cope, she made NASCAR history on October 23, 2010 by being the first twins to compete in one of the top three series in NASCAR. That day they made their NASCAR debut in the Camping World Truck Series in Martinsville, VA. Amber finished 26th and Angela finished 30th. She born August 18, 1983.

Amber and Angela's grandfather, Donald Cope, began his racing career at age 18 in 1955. Donald drag-raced motorcycles until 1957. Don and his brothers, Guy and Jerry, then raced front-motor top-fuel dragsters in 1958.

By 1964, brothers Don and Jerry moved to the Pacific Northwest and set up residence. They established a family business, “The Cope Brothers Machine Shop,” in Spanaway, Washington, to support their three children (Derrike, Darren, and Tamara).

In 1966, the brothers got back into the drag-racing scene and took the NHRA (National Hot Rod Association) Division Six Championship in 1970. Although they were never far from the racing scene, they continued their successful family business. The Cope Family has maintained their passion for racing down through the generations.


Anna Kournikova, Russian Hot Celebrity Photos in Tatler Magazine, Russia, February 2012

Anna Sergeyevna Kournikova, Анна Сергеевна Ку́рникова is a Russian retired professional tennis player. Her beauty and celebrity status made her one of the best known tennis stars worldwide, despite her never winning a WTA singles title. At the peak of her fame, fans looking for images of Kournikova made her name one of the most common search strings on Google. Anna Kournikova was born in Moscow, Soviet Union, on June 7, 1981.

 Kournikova father, Sergei Kournikov, was 19 at the time. Sergei, a former Greco-Roman wrestling champion, had earned a Ph.D. and was a professor at the University of Physical Culture and Sport in Moscow. As of 2001, he was still a part-time martial arts instructor there. Her mother Alla, who was 18 when Kournikova was born, had been a 400-meter runner.

Sergei Kournikov has said, "We were young and we liked the clean, physical life, so Anna was in a good environment for sport from the beginning." The family name is spelled in Russian without an "o", so a direct transliteration would be "Kurnikov", and it is sometimes written that way. But it is pronounced "Kournikov", so the family chose that as their English spelling.

Kournikova was in a relationship with fellow Russian, Pavel Bure, an NHL ice hockey player. The two met in 1999 when Kournikova was still linked to Bure's former Russian teammate Sergei Fedorov. Bure and Kournikova were reported to have been engaged in 2000 after a reporter took a photo of them together in a Florida restaurant where Bure supposedly asked Kournikova to marry him. As the story made headlines in Russia, where they were both heavily followed in the media as celebrities, Bure and Kournikova both denied any engagement. Kournikova, 10 years younger than Bure, was 18 years old at the time. The following year, Kournikova and Fedorov were married in Moscow. They were soon divorced, however. Fedorov claimed he and tennis star Anna Kournikova were married in 2001, but later divorced in 2003. Kournikova's representatives deny any marriage to Fedorov; however, Sergei's agent Pat Brisson claims that although he does not know when they got married, he knew "he was married".

Kournikova started dating pop star Enrique Iglesias in late 2001 (she appeared in his video, "Escape"), and rumors that the couple had secretly married circulated in 2003 and again in 2005. Kournikova herself has consistently refused to directly confirm or deny the status of her personal relationships. But in May 2007, Enrique Iglesias was (mistakenly, as he would clarify later) quoted in the New York Sun that he had no intention of marrying Kournikova and settling down because they had split up. The singer would later deny these rumors of "divorce" or simply separation. In June 2008, Iglesias told the Daily Star that he had married Kournikova the previous year and that they are currently separated. In an interview with Graham Norton in 2010, Kournikova confirmed that she and Iglesias have been together for over eight years but have no plans to marry in the near future. Kournikova and Iglesias have been a long term relationship for 10 years now.

Kournikova has a younger brother, Allan. He became an American citizen in late 2009.

Kournikova resides in Miami Beach, Florida. She put her seven-bedroom, waterfront property in Bayshore on the market in May 2011.

A variation of a White Russian made with skim milk is known as an Anna Kournikova. In the lingo of the poker variation Texas Hold 'em, the hole cards Ace–King are sometimes referred to as an "Anna Kournikova", a term introduced by the poker commentator Vince van Patton during a WPT tournament because it "looks great but never wins". A computer virus named the Anna Kournikova virus arose on February 12, 2001.

Although Kournikova reaching No. 8 in the world in 2000, she never won a WTA Title in singles. Kournikova's forte has been doubles, where she has at times been the World No. 1 player. With Martina Hingis as her partner, she won Grand Slam titles in Australia in 1999 and 2002. Based on their looks, Hingis and Kournikova referred to themselves as the "Spice Girls of Tennis". Kournikova's professional tennis career has been curtailed for the past several years, and possibly ended, by serious back and spinal problems. She resides in Miami Beach, Florida, and plays in occasional exhibitions and in doubles for the St. Louis Aces of World Team Tennis. She was a new trainer for season 12 of the television show The Biggest Loser, replacing Jillian Michaels, but will not return for season 13.

Most of Kournikova's fame has come from the publicity surrounding her looks and her personal life. During Kournikova's debut at the 1996 US Open at the age of 15, the world noticed her beauty, and soon pictures of her appeared in numerous magazines worldwide.

In 2000, Kournikova became the new face for Berlei's shock absorber sports bras, and appeared in the "only the ball should bounce" billboard campaign. Photographs of her scantily-clad form have appeared in various men's magazines, including one in the much-publicized 2004 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, where she posed in bikinis and swimsuits, and in other men's publications such as FHM and Maxim. Kournikova was named one of People's 50 Most Beautiful People in 1998 and was voted "hottest female athlete" on In 2002 she also placed first in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World in US and UK editions.[34] By contrast, ESPN—citing the degree of hype as compared to actual accomplishments as a singles player—ranked Kournikova 18th in its "25 Biggest Sports Flops of the Past 25 Years". Kournikova was also ranked #1 in the ESPN Classic series "Who's number 1?" when the series featured sport's most overrated athletes.

She continued to be the most searched athlete on the Internet through 2008 even though she had retired from the professional tennis circuit years earlier. After slipping from first to sixth among athletes in 2009, she moved back up to third place among athletes in terms of search popularity in 2010.

In October 2010, Kournikova headed to NBC's The Biggest Loser where she led the contestants in a tennis-workout challenge. In May 2011, it was announced that Kournikova would join The Biggest Loser as a regular celebrity trainer in season 12. She will not be returning for season 13.

In November 2010, she became an American citizen. In 2011, Men's Health named her one of the "100 Hottest Women of All-Time", ranking her at No. 29.


Moran Atias Hot Israeli actress and model in Maxim Australia Magazine February 2012

Atias was born in Haifa, Israel, to parents of Moroccan Jewish descent. Atias appeared on the youth TV show "Out of Focus" at age 15, although plans of serving in the Israeli Defense Forces were cut short with a diagnosis of meningitis at age 17. Atias instead pursued modeling in Germany and then Italy, where she was first discovered and became a model for Roberto Cavalli.

A few of her achievements include testimonial nomination by the City of Milan to be the official spokeswoman leading the campaigns against graffiti and animal cruelty for 2005-06. Following her success abroad, Moran was cast in the Israeli "Strauss" commercial and chosen to lead the "Renuar" campaign. She has also won the title of Miss Israel.

Atias participated in the Artists for Justice and Peace volunteer mission with Sean Penn following the 2010 Haiti earthquake, in which she assisted the evacuation of refugees to Florida. During Moran's second trip to Haiti, she took part in a workshop at Cine Institute in Jacmel. She is a goodwill ambassador for IsraAid.

In May 2010, Moran worked with Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ) and hosted /organized a charity event at Cannes Film Festival. In November 2010, Moran hosted /organized a charity event for APJ in New York, with proceeds going to the first free high school for the children of the slums of Haiti.

Atias first appeared on TV when she was 15, starring in the Israeli youth show Out of Focus. By the age of 17, she flew to Germany to launch her international modeling career which also led her to Italy, in which she was truly discovered for cover and runway modelling, TV show hostess, film acting, radio, etc. She was discovered by Roberto Cavalli who selected her to be his home model. She also modelled for D&G and for BBG jeweleries. Later, she was the hostess of a popular TV talk show in Italy. After establishing herself as a successful international model, she was encouraged to pursue a career in acting. Atias has participated in international films in English, Italian, Hebrew and Spanish and was nominated for Best Actress in 'Festival Sguardo al Femminile' for her role in Days of Love.

A frequent collaborator of Paul Haggis, she was cast as the beautiful temptress Inez in the television series Crash. She also had a featured role in Haggis' 2010 film The Next Three Days. She hosted the Israeli version of Deal or No Deal. In 2007, she appeared as the title role in Dario Argento's conclusion to his Three Mothers trilogy: The Mother of Tears.

Moran appeared as Diana Barrigan (Marsha Thomason)'s girlfriend Christie in the third season of White Collar, which began airing in June 2011.