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Brittany is one of our newest FAN Girls, and we are so excited! Brittany loves to go shopping, go on photo shoots, and hang out with her friends and crazy cat!

Brittany keeps her fit figure by working out and staying away from all things meat - that's right, Brittany is a vegetarian. Instead she eats her favorite foods which include pickles and cookies (not together, of course). Brittany's most embarrassing moment was when she ran into LaMarcus Aldridge downtown and asked if he was Greg Oden - Hockey, and not Basketball, is her favorite sport. Brittany likes a man that is a smooth talker and is very witty.


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