So would you still come visit again despite the wading you had to do at your shoot?
Of course. Three weeks was not enough time for me to go around. I love the Philippines; it’s a very beautiful country. I went to Puerto Princesa and Davao, apart from Manila. When I come back, I am going to Cebu and Boracay. I want to squeeze in more photo shoots on the beaches as well as some partying and more sightseeing.
What are you busy with right now?
At present, I am working as a model and professional dancer around the world. I am currently staying in Australia doing promotional modeling, modeling for Australian men’s magazines, and working as a showgirl at various venues within Australia.
But you started out modeling in the U.K.
Right. I was a model for car magazines there which got me promotional work at car shows up and down the country. I was studying at university at the time so it was extra income and a fun part-time job. I then went on to Europe and then over to the U.S. where I was a model for Maxim and also worked as a coyote. That was great fun, like in the movie [Coyote Ugly] where the coyote girls get to dance on the bars and have lots of fun. For the past four years, I’ve been traveling around the world as a feature dancer and model. Now, aside from being a regular featured model in Australian men’s magazines, I am also a showgirl and a ring girl for MMA [Mixed Martial Arts] shows.
You’re a long way from home.
Yes, I am actually from Scotland. I have very strong Scottish and Irish roots. If you have seen the movie Braveheart, you will know where I mean. Scotland is quite a small country and very cold.
And since your base is Australia, for now, you’ve probably stripped off your layers of clothing in favor of swimsuits.
I have become keen on the whole surfing thing as everyone in Australia is mad about surfing. But when I’m not at the beach, and if I have some shoots scheduled, I will be in the gym working out and checking out hot guys.
Speaking of guys, you mentioned earlier that you love your boobs.
I do love my boobs. I would have to say they are my favorite part of my body. They are the perfect size and shape for my body as I am quite tall. And I also get a lot of compliments on my legs as they are long and slim. Great for dancing and modeling. I also love my eyes—they tend to change color depending on whatever mood I am in. So one day, they can be bright blue; the next day, they can be green. I love it.
In an arm wrestling match, who do you think would win: a Filipino or a Scot?
Let me just say that I think Filipino guys are very cool and well-dressed. They’re very caring men; they’re considerate and polite. But I find Filipinos are quite reserved compared to Scottish guys, although Scottish guys can be quite arrogant and I don’t like that. Filipino guys come across as true gentlemen. They are respectful, have good morals, and a good head on their shoulders.
Well said. What else do you like to do, aside from dodging sensitive questions?
I like to go for walks on the beach, sometimes catch some rays from the sun. I love the sun and sun-baking makes me happy. I also enjoy exercising; doing yoga on the beach is quite relaxing, and doing Zumba in my living room keeps me going. Drawing cartoons is another hobby of mine. I studied computer animation at university so I am a bit of a computer geek. I like to catch all the latest animated movies when they are out. Also, if I am in the city, I usually cycle around. It’s the easiest way to experience a new city, plus it’s good for your bum.
READ EVA DOLL'S FULL INTERVIEW IN THE DECEMBER 2012 ISSUE OF FHM PHILIPPINES, NOW AVAILABLE IN DIGITAL EDITION AT SUMMIT NEWSSTAND, CLICK HERE!
PHOTOGRAPHY: AARON EBIO
STYLING: PATRICK EBIO
HAIR AND MAKEUP: REGIE ESCOLIN SORIANO