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Why Is She Famous?
After posing for FHM, Vida Guerra danced in the video for P. Diddy et al's "Shake Ya Tailfeather," and made headlines after she was seen with loudmouth New York Giants tight end Jeremy Shockey. Vida Guerra also appeared in Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show, ESPN2's Cold Pizza and the short film Writer's Block.
Sir Mix-A-Lot's song comes to mind when we gaze at Vida Guerra and her wonderful assets. Her famous bootylicious feature needs no further description, but we could spend all day talking about Vida Guerra's body and cute Cuban face. Her small, compact figure and very perky bust are nothing to sneeze at either.Urged by her friends, Vida Guerra sent sexy pictures of herself to FHM after learning the magazine was looking for "everyday" girls for a lingerie pictorial. Vida Guerra's pictures were published in the December 2002 issue and, soon afterwards, FHM was flooded with letters from readers demanding more of Vida. The Cuban hottie got a call and agreed to pose in a full feature with the mag.
In the year following her debut, Vida Guerra was a busy woman. She shook her popular behind in P. Diddy's "Shake Ya Tailfeather" video, appeared on Chappelle's Show on Comedy Central and was invited to appear on Cold Pizza, ESPN2's morning show. She even appeared as a muse in the short comedy Writer's Block.
Vida Guerra was voted No. 26 in FHM's Top 100 Sexiest Females of 2005 and has twice been named the winner of the magazine's "Best Butt Award." She was also No. 64 in AskMen.com's own Top 99 Most Desirable Women of 2007.
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