Bringing her sheer hotness to another front page, Irina Shayk covers the March 2012 issue of FHM South Africa.
The Russian beauty oozed sex appeal for the Randall Slavin shot spread while dishing about topics such as her secret talent and what she finds most attractive in others.
Highlights from Miss Shayk’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to FHM South Africa!
On not thinking she’d be a model:
“I never thought of a career as a model and it was a total surprise for me when I won the contest and became Miss Chelyabinsk.”
On her leisurely passion:
“I read a lot; my favorite writers are [Harukl] Murakami and [Fyodor] Dostoevsky. I like history books a lot and books about animals. I studied for seven years in a music school and I love classical music. But I also like hip-hop and R&B.”
On people in America versus Russia:
“People in America are very emotional. Russian people can be a little cold, but maybe it’s the very cold winter… You cannot freeze a Russian woman anywhere; I don’t care if it’s Antarctica.”
On a surprise interest:
“When I am in low spirits, I like to write funny poetry.”
On what she finds most attractive:
“You need to be yourself, natural, the way you are. It’s the most attractive thing in the world.”
On not being popular in school:
“Boys never liked me at school. They made fun of me because I had dark skin. [They] would make fun of me for being so tall and skinny.”