Erin McNaught: Would You?

Erin McNaught: Would You?

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Erin McNaught: Would You?

This week’s Would You? candidate is a supermodel.  What, you complaining?  This beauty is a former contestant in the Miss Universe competition representing her home country of Australia.  Those Aussies sure know how to produce the talent.  This week’s Would You? is Erin McNaught.

McNaught is currently the host of the MTV Hits Weekly Hot30 Countdown and is a former winner of the Miss Australia competition.  This despite posing nude in some men’s magazines a couple of years prior.  Google is definitely your friend here.  McNaught won the affection of Donald Trump and made an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman.  She’s a mountain biker and snowboarder who probably causes a lot of accidents just from men getting distracted as she passes by.

Pros: If David Letterman is smitten with you, there has to be something to like there.  She’s beyond hot. Her body is absolutely amazing.

Cons: Her boyfriend is a male model.  Something really weird about that.

Erin McNaught: Would You?

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