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by Jen Chaneyon Friday Night Lights
To rely on T&A, or not to rely on T&A?
For Tyra Collette, that was perpetually the question.
Here was a supposed high schooler who looked like she had just stepped out of the pages of Playboy, all blonde hair, killer bod, and wicked eyes. She was a Collette, with a MILF for a mom and a sister who stripped for tips at the premier Dillon nudie bar. Looking like that, with that kind of pedigree, she could easily have continued breaking hearts and serving up sizzlin’ steak fajitas at Applebee’s for as long as her heart desired.
But Tyra Collette’s heart and, more importantly, her mind wanted more.
She wanted to go to college. She wanted to, in her words, break the Collette mold. She wanted to be seen as a woman who had more to offer … read more»
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