Well it’s Memorial Day and everybody whose anybody in entertainment were in Miami for the weekend. The place to be these days. Home for many celebrities and the soon to be (prediction) World Champions Miami Heat. And course its the hotbed for the most beautiful women on the planet, of all nationalities and races. And that’s why we’re doing a recap on a Net Chick I missed a couple issues back, a Miami native, Charm of the Web Watch Honey Alumni, the Collins Twins… Let’s rewind…
MSP: You’ve been in the game for a minute with your twin sister, besides the money and travel, what motivates you to keep doing it?
Charm: We do it because this is something we never ever thought we would be doing. We love to challenge ourselves and being twins there is so many more opportunities for us and modeling will help open those doors for us. I would have never thought that in high school or my first year in college that later on we would be gracing some of the hottest magazines or working with artists and directors to bring their video productions to reality. -which is something we always wanted to see in magazines..
MSP: What are your goals for your career?
Charm: Each year we set the bar high for our modeling career, we have accomplished majority of those goals. Last year we worked with a publication (Skin Tones Magazine) to release an all Twins Edition. The # 1 goal at the top of our list is to be spokes models for a major brand, could be a hair product or clothing line. Then of course branch off into acting.
MSP: Are you still single?
Charm: I am Not single, I am the proud girlfriend of
MSP: If you can make love to your fantasy man anywhere in the world, where? and with whom?
Charm: Good Question! It would be probably be in a cabin where there are nothing but mountains around us where we cant get any cellular service so no interruptions! We’d be right in front of a fireplace with a bottle of wine and some strawberries. Grab name from Question 3 and that’s whom I want there with me.
MSP: What music was you listening to before this interview?
Charm: I was listening to Tank’s latest album, I love R&B and old school music, I’m an 80s baby!
MSP: Are you planning on doing more solo work?
Charm: Yes I plan to do more solo work, I told Tee if I feel like doing something and she is not ready then I’m going to go ahead without her. I have done quite a bit of solo projects by myself. The author for a book chose me for the cover, I’ve also done a few music videos without her.
MSP: Is there anything big on the horizon for the Collins Twins?
Charm: Yes there are! But you will just have to wait and see. We are in the process of revamping our current portfolio and we are already loving the new images! I have done some high fashion photos because we want a more diverse look other than the swimsuit/lingerie/glamour that we currently have.
MSP: Name some of the videos and magazines you’ve been apart of? – In 2008 we worked with Kay Clarke and she really put us into all of our music videos here in Atlanta so we are thankful for her. We are most known for being features in Bow Wow and Soulja Boy’s “Marco Polo”. A solo project I did was the lead in Rock City’s “I’m losing It”. Other credits include Players Circle ft Birdman and Lil Wayne, Beans ft Rocko “Swag”, Cash Money “Haters”, Killer Mike “Swimming”, Jody Breeze “Time to get it poppin”, etc.
MSP: Are you planning on getting into movies since Black Hollywood has truly come to the ATL
Charm: It’s only right and we live here so we are going to work on our acting skills and see where we go from there!
MSP: How can your fans keep up with you and your brand?
Charm: We love everyone who supports The Collins Twins and you can follow us on twitter @TheCollinsTwins and on facebook.com/TheCollinsTwins. We also have a youtube channel, so please subscribe to get informed when we upload behind the scenes from videos and photo shoots.
MSP: Thanks Charm for taking time out to do this interview and good luck to you and your sister Tee Stallone!!! Both of y’all are Summertime fine!
Marvin Shadi Powers is a writer for Hip Hop Weekly magazine as well as a blogger/writer for HipHopWeekly.com. He is also the CEO and founder of DirtySouthHipHop.com….Behind the Beauty will continue!
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