Brooklyn Decker, Sports Illustrated model who stars in “Just Go With It”, has a message for men. We think they might listen!
Supermodel Brooklyn Decker, who is the wife of tennis pro Andy Roddick, opens up in the February issue of Esquire about relationships and her less-than-glamorous days.
Brooklyn says men need to stop playing games and be more honest.
“Men need to learn to put everything on the table,” Decker told Esquire. “Just put everything on the table. And when it comes to the game playing, enough.”
Brooklyn thinks younger men have lots of growing up to do, stating, “In their twenties men just want, want, want, want, want,” she said. “Don’t make everybody deal with your want all the time. It gets so old. You know?”
Decker, 23, married tennis pro Andy Roddick, 28, in April 2009.
The swimsuit model was named Esquire’s 2010 Sexiest Woman Alive and became famous after her yellow string bikini shoot for Sports Illustrated. But Brooklyn said she didn’t always feel sexy.
“I was 11 years old, and very hairy,” she said. “After playing in a soccer game, my mom came up and saw my long blonde leg hairs glistening in the sun and said ‘okay honey, it’s time.’ She was right there with me. We got a special fool-proof razor, and fancy shaving cream but I was only allowed to shave up to my knees!”
You can read more of what sexy Brooklyn has to say in the February issue of Esquire.
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