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BlackMen Digital Interview: Dela Monet

Thursday 17th, March 2011

BM: Why do you think you should be a BlackMen Magazine Model?

DM: I am a new, fresh face placing my mark in this industry. I have a sweet, sexy and mysterious look that will keep fans wanting more. I work hard and dedicate a lot of time to my career. I’m what a BlackMen model fully represents: talent, hard work and quality.



BM: Did you market yourself to fans on

DM:Yes! I tweet it everyday.



BM: Were you always this amazingly curvy?

DM: Yes. I’ve always had curves and a natural coke bottle shape. NO IMPLANTS REQUIRED!



BM: What disadvantages do you feel you have as an urban model?

DM:I don’t see myself as just an urban model. I believe my look and work is diverse.



BM: Are you proud of your curves?

DM: Yes, because anyone can be skinny, but if someone has a little more weight on them it doesn’t mean that it will fall in the right places and still be sexy. I can be sexy at 125 or 155. Not many models can say that.



BM: What curvaceous celebrity do you identify as role model for success?

DM: Kim Kardashian. She has a full bust, hips and carries it well. She’s respected in a market that mostly shines light on the tall and skinny girls, but she still manages to make a major impact.



BM: Have you invested money into your career?

DM: Yes by getting quality photographs, comp cards and a gym membership.



BM: Do or would you work a 9 to 5 until your career took off?

DM: Yes. If you don’t work you don’t eat.



BM: If you had an agent, would you refer all assignments to them as in your agreement, or do you feel you should take some work without informing them?

DM: I think it’s best to inform them about assignments because they can help guide you in the best direction and help you avoid making bad choices.



BM: How do you feel about magazines like Elle and Vogue? Do you think they should feature more curvaceous women?

DM: For high fashion designers, it’s easier to make clothes for models that don’t have any particular shape to them.



BM: How do you plan to change the game?

DM: I plan to change the game by not being what everyone expects me to be and by doing what they think I can’t.