UFC OCTAGON GIRL BRITTNEY PALMER IS PLAYBOY’S MARCH COVER GIRL
The Stunner Shows off Her Sexy Physique in an 8-page Nude Pictorial Shot by Steve Shaw
Octagon Girl Brittney Palmer is showing off the toned body that she’s worked hard to achieve in Playboy’s March issue. The stunning 24-year-old Las Vegas native appears on the cover of the March issue and in a seductive 8-page nude pictorial inside the magazine (on newsstands and on i.Playboy.com Friday, February 17, with photos online at Playboy.com/palmer).
The sexy stunner not only wows crowds in the ring, she has also worked as a host, model, dancer, workout clothing line designer, and spokesperson for Gamma Labs PTF pure energy powder. Most significantly, she is also a talented, self-taught artist who recently enrolled in art school at UCLA in order to pursue her passion. She specializes in acrylic paintings of classic rock album covers and rock musicians including Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix, and sells her work through her website. She’s also quite the adrenalin junkie and enjoys snowboarding, paddle boarding, off-trail backpacking and even jumping out of airplanes.
Brittney’s latest adventure is appearing in the March issue of Playboy. She explains her decision to pose nude for the men’s magazine: “I take figure-drawing classes every day. Ninety-nine percent of the time there’s a nude model in your class – it’s beautiful and it’s art. I really enjoy drawing nudes. I think women’s bodies are fantastic, and I work my a*s off for my body. I have such appreciation for being in Playboy – it’s like being a model for an elite figure-drawing class.”
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