Frankie Rayder was born “Heidi”, but she seems to have some interesting ideas about names. Her daughter is named “Sunny Bebop”.
Hall was the winner of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Search, a short lived NBC reality show that aired in 2005.
Bridget is one of IMG’s biggest stars, and appeared in the SI swimsuit edition from 2002-2006.
Lindvall is hot, but she also sounds like a great person. She’s very interested in the environment and sustainability and is the founder and president of the Collage Foundation, an organization promoting sustainability and environmentally conscious choices among young people.
Diaz-Rahi is an Argentinian model of Lebanese and Spanish descent. She was on the 2002 SI swimsuit edition cover.
Anderson is the face of Danish tourism for their “Who doesn’t like a Dane?” campaign. This is despite recently being arrested for flipping out on an airplane. But that’s ok with us, she might have fallen on some hard times of late, but back in the day Anderson was hot enough to easily make our list.
Martins has been dubbed the “Brazilian Cindy Crawford” since she was 13 years old.
Lenoir is a French model and actress, appearing in such movies as Rush Hour 3 and After the Sunset.
Selita Ebanks grew up in the Cayman Islands. She’s not just hot either, she was intelligent enough to get accepted to Columbia University, but never attended as her modeling career took off before she enrolled.
Julie Henderson was discovered in Houston, Texas at the age of 13. She’s appeared in the past two SI swimsuit editions.