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Shut Up, Hot Chick: Brooklyn Decker

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When you’re one of the most beautiful women in the world making millions of dollars, you usually don’t have a lot to complain about.

So when one of these genetically-gifted individuals tries to make people feel bad about their life, chances are Producer Angie’s going to call you out on it.

It’s a segment we like to feature from time to time called “Shut Up, Hot Chick” and today’s star is none other than supermodel Brooklyn Decker.

Decker is all geeked out in a new commercial for BMW, with glasses, zits, braces…yes, the high school nightmare trifecta.

The Sports Illustrated cover model explained she wanted to do the commercial because, “I was determined to play myself as a nerdy teenager – down to the braces and not so trendy clothes – just like I was in high school.”

That one little quote lit a fire under Producer Angie.

“We don’t believe you! We do not believe that you were awkward and looked like this in high school. It’s not true. You’re trying to make the less-attractive girls feel better about themselves.”

“She goes on and on about how she had pimples in high school. Everybody had pimples!” Angie continued. “Braces, lots of people had braces!”

Carson asked why girls get so ticked off by comments like these and you best believe Angie had an answer.

“It’s not jealousy. Just don’t try to make us feel better by saying you were like one of us in high school! Because you weren’t! I guarantee you were not like one of us.”

Check out Brooklyn Decker’s nerdy, behind-the-scenes photos below and then CLICK HERE to compare those with some of her real-life high school snapshots.


-Sarah Carroll, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles

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