Kelly Bundy, like her "Married...With Children" counterpart, is gorgeous and lusty, with guys banging down her door to get even the smallest taste. And, of course, with a video on World Star Hip-Hop, she's really showing how her milkshake brings all the boys to the yard. In this interview, the DMV-based model—who has worked with such superstars as Snoop Dogg and Gucci Mane—talked about said video, what a man has to do to win her heart, and what advice she'd give other aspiring sweet treats.

by: Bernadette Giacomazzo (@berngiacomazzo)

Measurements: 36,24,36


The DMV is one of the hottest areas for hip-hop right now, second only to Chicago. Do you think, then, that this spotlight on your hometown has helped you in your career?

Yes, definitely. I just feel like its about time that the DMV be put on, especially with the talent that we have here. From the models to the artists, we deserve more credit in this industry.


Of the four famous men you're best known for working with—Snoop Dogg, Bobby V, Gucci Mane, and Travis Porter— who did you like working with best, and why?

I actually don't have a favorite. Everybody gave me totally different experiences. Everybody had a great sense of humor and they all made me laugh. I learned a lot about the business from each of them. It was just a pleasure and I feel totally honored to have worked with each of them.


Tell us a little bit about your WSHH video.

Very interesting, it was actually an Eye Candy video featuring me and a close friend whom is also a model. We basically danced sexy with each other with a little touching and kissing here and there. We gave the fellas and some women a nice little show. Every man loves watching two girls together.


What does a man have to do to win your heart?

A man has to be totally real. I can't stand a fraud or phony. I need honestly, and loyalty. I need great sex, and I like to be treated like a princess. And I would definitely return the favor and treat him like a king.


Where do you see yourself in five years?

In five years, I definitely see myself with my own business. Clothing and jewelry line,  and also makeup. I want to hopefully be acting as well.


If you could give one piece of advice to an aspiring model, what would it be, and why?

Stay focused. Know you goals and do everything to reach them. Don't let anyone tell you that you can't do something. If someone doesn't believe in you, don't even say anything else to them about your goal. Just go do it, do it right, and achieve it. Make them feel sorry they ever opened their mouth.