Fascination with beautiful women is as old as Adam and Eve and our excitement tends to increase when they turn us into a naughty boy and give us the taste of the forbidden.
One of my favorite actresses, Elizabeth Ann Reaser whose work includes the films Stay, The Family Stone, Sweet Land, Against the Current, The Twilight Saga, Young Adult, and the TV series Saved, Grey’s Anatomy, The Ex-List, The Good Wife, and True Detective spoke about risk taking beautiful women. “I think women who don’t understand boundaries are fascinating.”
Given the places she has traveled to, the awards she has won, the contests she has conquered; the Mexican-Cuban Model Fitness star Jamillette Gaxiola is a mixture of fascinating spiced with awe and wonder. She is fascinating with two capital Fs, just like her name has two Ls and two T’s.
One just wouldn’t do.
Be honest. Couldn’t you just look at this babe all day?
The well-researched site famousbirthdays.com provides us with a stellar foundation. “Jamillette is a model and beauty pageant winner of the Miss Cuba 2009 pageant. She represented Cuba in Miss Earth the same year. Before fame she attended Cimarron-Memorial High School and later attended community college in Las Vegas, Nevada.She starred in The Shores in 2012 on the TV Guide channel.She was born to Mexican Sergio Gaxiola Fajardo and Cuban-born Judith Kremets Liwants.”
Boredom is just the reverse side of fascination: both depend on being outside rather than inside a situation, and one leads to the other.…..Arthur Schopenhauer
The well-read site muscleandfitness.com speaks to her popularity. “Remember her name the next time she graces your TV screen. The reality TV star and onetime Miss Cuba is used to the spotlight.”
She should be. She deserves it.
The fun site naludamagazine.com adds more. “The Shores,” follows 4 girls living, working, and playing in Cape Town, South Africa. Jamillette joined the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) as an Octagon Girl on UFC 180, airing on Fox Sports.
She previously competed for Miss Mexico USA as Miss Sinaloa. Born in Mazatlán, Mexico to Mexican father and a Cuban-born mother of Lebanese descent. She is also an accomplished classical ballet dancer, trained by Angel Peralta. Jamillette is an ardent advocate for green energy and an eco-friendly way of living. She currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.”
Jamillette is very forthcoming about her extraordinary family and their open mindedness to her becoming a model instead of doing the 9 to 5 gig. She comes from a large Latino family, her father is of traditional Mexican heritage, and her mother is Cuban and Lebanese. Luckily her mother was a very prominent model and fashion designer, so it wasn’t that hard for her father to accept her fascinating life. Her mother loves it too.
Although our intellect always longs for clarity and certainty, our nature often finds uncertainty fascinating.……..Carl von Clausewitz
Her role as a UFC Ring Girl was a life transforming experience. In her interview with Naluda Magazine she excitedly smiles, “It has been an amazing experience to be an Octagon Girl especially transitioning from high fashion runways to being inside the ring with the best fighters in the world. I have learned so much and have a wholehearted appreciation for the sport. And I can’t complain, I have the best seat in the house.
I never knew that I could hold so much interest and respect for the MMA world. MMA has become a part of my life and I feel blessed how I have been embraced and welcomed by the fans and the UFC organization.”
Our Global Princess loves Cuban and Mexican food so why don’t we travel to her birth place of the world’s playground, Mazatlán.
To be able to travel the world, especially to places I never thought I’d be… it’s really, you know, still fascinating for me.……Beyonce Knowles
Our host gomazatlan.com initiates the fascination, “Welcome to Mazatlán, Mexico, the only Mexican Colonial City on the beach; a fabulous destination for experiencing the real Mexico.
Our premier location on the Mexican Gold Coast boasts long stretches of palm–lined beaches, ideal for experiencing our spectacular sunsets.
Whether you choose to be pampered in Mazatlán’s luxury hotels and resorts, visit our active seaport and historical attractions or enjoy hiking, bird–watching or aquatic sports, Mazatlán offers the perfect vacation for you.
There’s plenty of action in Mazatlán and a wide variety of activities, from golf and deep-sea fishing to sightseeing around the Historic District and tours to different picturesque villages located nearby.
12 miles of golden sand beaches are perfect for sun tanning, bay cruises, and whale watching or practicing your favorite water sport.”
The travel experts lonelyplanet.com pronounce, “Thanks to 20km of sandy beaches, Mazatlán became one of Mexico’s most alluring and inviting beach destinations in the mid-20th century, before it lurched past its prime and into a midmarket, package-tourist category. Recently, however, Mazatlán’s historic core has been restored and peopled by the creative class. The result is a historic city that eats well, plays hard, and remains just a short walk from those luscious beaches.
Mazatlán is a Nahuatl word meaning “place of deer”. With a population of 438,434, as of the 2010 census, Mazatlán is the second-largest city in the state. It is also a popular tourist destination, with its beaches lined with resort hotels but that part you already know.
The best way to explore Mazatlán and enjoy its stunning sunsets is on a bicycle.
No wonder Mazatlán is a place that those of us with the travel bug have been fascinated with for decades. Apparently is a nice village to raise beautiful girls like Jamillette.
I’m so enamored by her beauty I forgot the word I have been constantly using to describe her.
Hmm. Let me see and you please stop me when I get it right.
Our golden raven haired beauty is interesting, captivating, engrossing, absorbing, enchanting, enthralling, spell binding, riveting, engaging, thrilling and……ah thank you, FASCINATING!
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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.