Archive for September, 2010

Sep 24,2010

Brooklyn on “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”

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As you all know Brookie did an special participation on “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”, here we have some more info about it thanks to ABC:

EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION – “Johnson Family” — To match the sound of joy and laughter in the Houston, Texas home of Eric and Elaine Johnson and their five daughters, this episode of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” will be filled with tears of joy. Along with help from some top comedians, including Cedric the Entertainer, Tommy Davidson, Ralphie May, Paul Rodriguez and fashion model Brooklyn Decker, the design team guarantee that the audience will be laughing instead of Crying throughout this episode of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on ABC

Sep 23,2010

Gallery Update – Candids & Shoots

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We update our gallery with some Photoshoots & Also candids of Brooklyn & Andy







Sep 14,2010

Full Interview for Page Six

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We just posted Brooklyn’s full interview for the Fall Issue of Page Six Magazine, it’s really long but nice to read & you get to know some new things about Brooklyn.
Read the full interview HERE.

Sep 14,2010

Brooklyn convers Page Six Mag

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Read the Full Interview here


Photoshoot: Pag Six Mag

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Sep 13,2010

Brooklyn Decker: I’m Too Nice To Be A Runway Model

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Brooklyn will be on the cover of Page Six tomorrow! Here is another tiny preview from her interview

Brooklyn Decker: I’m Too Nice To Be A Runway Model

First Posted: 09-13-10 11:16 AM   |   Updated: 09-13-10 12:24 PM

Brooklyn Decker might be a model, but don’t get her confused with the runway girls. She told Page Six, “I have boobs. I’m very all-American,” and admitted that she’d never make it on the catwalk…but she’s clearly found success as a Sports Illustrated covergirl and is comfortable showing off her curves on the red carpet.

Decker explained to the gossip column, “I wasn’t edgy. Plus, I’d walk in and be like, ‘Hey guys!’ with a big smile on my face. And they’d be like, ‘You are not cool. You are too nice.'” But maybe Decker shouldn’t shy away from fashion shows. Her Sports Illustrated co-star Hilary Rhoda has already walked in several shows this Fashion Week…and we bet she is “too nice,” too!


Sep 13,2010

Brooklyn Decker covers Page Six Magazine

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By modern standards, Brooklyn Decker was on the young side when she walked down the aisle with Andy Roddick last year at age 22. But for both the bride and groom’s families, there was nothing unusual about it.

“It wasn’t weird for me,” Decker tells the latest issue of Page Six Magazine. “My mom got married when she was 19, and my husband’s parents got married young – in their 20s. And both sets of parents are still together. We’re so lucky. We had that influence around us, and basically, it came down to the fact that neither of us had to get married.”

With Roddick – now 28 – a world-class tennis player and Decker thriving as a swimsuit model, the couple couldn’t see a reason to wait.

“We both were successful on our own, we both had our own income, we both had our friends, but it’s just what we wanted,” Decker says. “It was never part of my plan to get married young, but we did it because we really wanted to.”

One challenge of the fledgling marriage so far? Putting up with Roddick’s celebrity infatuations.

“Andy definitely has crushes,” Decker says. “He loves women in their 40s and 50s. He loves Christie Brinkley and Diane Lane. A woman who’s graceful and has it all together. So not me.”

There is one actress Decker doesn’t worry about: Jennifer Aniston. Despite rumors to the contrary, she says the two got along famously on the set of their upcoming film Just Go With It.

“I don’t know where that stuff comes from,” wonders Decker. “Two people fighting is much more interesting than two people getting along. But I find it disappointing that people’s first instinct is to pit two women against each other. You get a few bad apples in there, but overall women do root for each other and want to help each other. Jen is such a doll – she is such a girl’s girl.”