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“And here I am: the makeup artist, but what are they going to see on TV: oh, the fat one, the fat one, the fat one."She's heard it all before. I’ve really learned to push down those insecurities, especially now, with the videos and stories about ‘plus-sized models.’ I think it’s just beautiful. I hope I can help break down those barriers about body size and image.” Knowing the cable-TV viewing world — and people who’ve long known her in this small town — will soon see her strip out of a bikini and bare her entire 5-foot-5 frame is a daunting prospect, of course.Her mother and 22-year-old sister have been more than supportive, but she hasn’t told her grandparents about the show yet since “they’re pretty old school.” (They’ll find out soon enough.) The anxiety is tempered by the belief that American notions of nudity are puritanical.“Finally, she said, All right, if you really want to, let’s do it. Over and over and over and over again, I would watch myself on the TV screen.” As the granddaughter of Brigantine’s former city manager meant there was always something of a spotlight on her family in the small town, she said. Girls have been competing and training for four or five years, and I come in as a rookie and just win?

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Contestants receive $1,000 per episode on which they appear.

I was very shy, but once you put me on stage, I just shined. “I was just so innocent, and pageant-y and ‘world peace.’ I was so naïve. “I felt free there, in New York City, like nobody cares who I am,” said Brunetti, who will turn 26 a few days before her “Dating Naked” episode airs Aug. “Here, I say a curse word, and it’s ‘Oh, look at Miss New Jersey,’ but that didn’t matter there.” While she made good connections in the broadcast world, she was 21, living away from home for the first time and “my mind wasn’t in the right place.

I finally went to a nun to tell her when a girl threatened to smash my face.” When she was 18, her mom suggested she give the Miss Teen New Jersey USA pageant a try. If I had the brains and thinking patterns about how I look at life that I have now back then, things would be so different.

“Now, we have the closest relationship we’ve ever had.”) After filming in Bora Bora, she got a Facebook message asking if she wanted to appear on the We TV show “Million Dollar Matchmaker,” a program on which potential mates are found for millionaires. ” was the reaction.) It was the second overseas trip of her life, the first being a voyage to the Bahamas for the Miss Teen USA pageant in 2009, but that was all work and no play.

Brunetti treasures the words that matchmaker Patti Stanger used in response to her body-image concerns (but can’t talk about the plot, as that episode will also air in coming weeks.) In Bora Bora, she had a moment of life-direction clarity, namely when she interacted with the makeup artist who got to work in a tropical location. “Bora Bora really opened my eyes to the fact that I want to see the world,” said Brunetti, who volunteers with the Humane Society of Atlantic County.

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Contestants receive $1,000 per episode on which they appear.I was very shy, but once you put me on stage, I just shined. “I was just so innocent, and pageant-y and ‘world peace.’ I was so naïve. “I felt free there, in New York City, like nobody cares who I am,” said Brunetti, who will turn 26 a few days before her “Dating Naked” episode airs Aug. “Here, I say a curse word, and it’s ‘Oh, look at Miss New Jersey,’ but that didn’t matter there.” While she made good connections in the broadcast world, she was 21, living away from home for the first time and “my mind wasn’t in the right place.I finally went to a nun to tell her when a girl threatened to smash my face.” When she was 18, her mom suggested she give the Miss Teen New Jersey USA pageant a try. If I had the brains and thinking patterns about how I look at life that I have now back then, things would be so different.“Now, we have the closest relationship we’ve ever had.”) After filming in Bora Bora, she got a Facebook message asking if she wanted to appear on the We TV show “Million Dollar Matchmaker,” a program on which potential mates are found for millionaires. ” was the reaction.) It was the second overseas trip of her life, the first being a voyage to the Bahamas for the Miss Teen USA pageant in 2009, but that was all work and no play.Brunetti treasures the words that matchmaker Patti Stanger used in response to her body-image concerns (but can’t talk about the plot, as that episode will also air in coming weeks.) In Bora Bora, she had a moment of life-direction clarity, namely when she interacted with the makeup artist who got to work in a tropical location. “Bora Bora really opened my eyes to the fact that I want to see the world,” said Brunetti, who volunteers with the Humane Society of Atlantic County.

,000 per episode on which they appear.

I was very shy, but once you put me on stage, I just shined. “I was just so innocent, and pageant-y and ‘world peace.’ I was so naïve. “I felt free there, in New York City, like nobody cares who I am,” said Brunetti, who will turn 26 a few days before her “Dating Naked” episode airs Aug. “Here, I say a curse word, and it’s ‘Oh, look at Miss New Jersey,’ but that didn’t matter there.” While she made good connections in the broadcast world, she was 21, living away from home for the first time and “my mind wasn’t in the right place.

I finally went to a nun to tell her when a girl threatened to smash my face.” When she was 18, her mom suggested she give the Miss Teen New Jersey USA pageant a try. If I had the brains and thinking patterns about how I look at life that I have now back then, things would be so different.

“Now, we have the closest relationship we’ve ever had.”) After filming in Bora Bora, she got a Facebook message asking if she wanted to appear on the We TV show “Million Dollar Matchmaker,” a program on which potential mates are found for millionaires. ” was the reaction.) It was the second overseas trip of her life, the first being a voyage to the Bahamas for the Miss Teen USA pageant in 2009, but that was all work and no play.

Brunetti treasures the words that matchmaker Patti Stanger used in response to her body-image concerns (but can’t talk about the plot, as that episode will also air in coming weeks.) In Bora Bora, she had a moment of life-direction clarity, namely when she interacted with the makeup artist who got to work in a tropical location. “Bora Bora really opened my eyes to the fact that I want to see the world,” said Brunetti, who volunteers with the Humane Society of Atlantic County.

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