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We were able to get an interview with the lovely Grace De La Rosa! Check it out!

Grace De La RosaAsiaFinest: What is your nationality?
Grace De La Rosa: Filipino and Spanish.

AsiaFinest: How did you get into the modeling business?
Grace De La Rosa: A friend of mine entered me into a local modeling contest.

AsiaFinest: Any goals that you want to achieve but still haven't?
Grace De La Rosa: I'd like to be a host, reporter, or anchor for a national TV entertainment program.

AsiaFinest: Tell us about your most exciting or funniest moments.
Grace De La Rosa: My most exciting assignment was with Playboy TV when I did my first music video for them in Miami's SouthBeach.

AsiaFinest: What was your favorite project or work to this date?
Grace De La Rosa: When I hosted a local TV surf show.

AsiaFinest: What's the most embarrassing moment in your life?
Grace De La Rosa: I literally tripped and fell flat on my face right in front of a guy I had a crush on when I was 13 years old!

AsiaFinest: How has the Internet changed your life?
Grace De La Rosa: It has made it easier for me to market myself as a model and actress. It has also made it easier for me to correspond with my fans.

AsiaFinest: Did you parents support your decision to model?
Grace De La Rosa: Yes, but my parents were very skittish about my Playboy assignments.

AsiaFinest: What's the hardest part of being a model?
Grace De La Rosa: Realizing that most people don't recognize it as a "real job".

AsiaFinest: Where would you be today if you weren't a model?
Grace De La Rosa: Working behind the scenes in the broadcasting field, either in TV or Radio.

AsiaFinest: For the male visitors of AsiaFinest: Are you currently single? How would a guy approach a beauty like you? What do you look for in a guy? Turn Ons and Turn Offs?
Grace De La Rosa: No, I'm happily married. Don't put on any facades! Just be yourself and always mind your manners. I've always had a "thing" for tall, dark-haired guys who are perfect gentlemen in every aspect of the word; intelligence; and mutual attraction. Turn-Ons: Dark hair, tall, physically proportionate, clean-shaven, clean-cut, fashionably conservative, polite, intelligent, professional, humorous, sincere interest in wanting to get to know me. Turn-Offs: Long hair, baggy pants, tennis shoes, dirty fingernails, bad breath, arrogance, ignorance, loud-mouths, tattoos, and guys who wear gold chains, bracelets, earrings, or other body-pierced jewelry.

AsiaFinest: What do you do for fun?
Grace De La Rosa: I have tried my hand at golf. I have future plans to get certified as a scuba-diver and then try sky-diving! I enjoy fine-dining or else cooking for family and friends. I also like to read or watch psychological thrillers.

AsiaFinest: Has the tragic Sept 11 event affected you in any way?
Grace De La Rosa: Certainly, as an American, it completely devasted me to realize that not everybody supports our way of life. Also, a few days prior, a close family friend of ours died in a jet crash. Thus, my heart ached DOUBLY for those who lost loved ones in the terrorist attacks.

AsiaFinest: Not really a question but feel free to add anything that you would like to say to our visitors.
Grace De La Rosa: I'd like to say "Thank you" to Ben Li for including me in AsiaFinest.com as well as to all of those who have followed my career in the TV and Modeling industry.

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