Beth cel­e­brates her sec­ond de­gree

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By NEIL GOOD­WIN

THIS stun­ning brunette has the holy trin­ity…big boobs, beauty AND brains.

Beth Ben­nett has TWO univer­sity de­grees and is in high de­mand in the cor­po­rate world.

But the busty lass – who is orig­i­nally from New Zealand – prefers get­ting her boobs out for a liv­ing!

Beth, 27, strips off each night for TV’s Babesta­tion, as well as mod­el­ling in her sexy undies.

The well-spo­ken stunna said: “Ev­ery­one thinks glam­our mod­els are dumb, but I’m def­i­nitely not!

“My IQ is cer­tainly higher than my bra size and I’ve got a list of qual­i­fi­ca­tions longer than my legs!”

Beth, who now lives in Is­ling­ton, north Lon­don, spent a whop­ping SIX years at uni and has a BA in Theatre and Me­dia Stud­ies AND a Bcom in Mar­ket­ing Man­age­ment.

She wants to en­ter the busi­ness world one day to work in ad­ver­tis­ing – but for now is happy pos­ing TOP­LESS.

She added: “I came to Lon­don to go trav­el­ling, but I’ve stayed a lot longer than I planned be­cause I’m mak­ing good money. I’ve trav­elled all over Europe too.


“It’s re­ally un­fair when peo­ple call glam­our mod­els stupid, or slate them for us­ing their God-given as­sets.

“Any­one else would use their skills and at­tributes to make money. If I had a great mind for fig­ures and de­cided to be an ac­coun­tant, no one would look down on that.

“I do have a brain, but I also have big boobs and I’m quite pretty. They’re the at­tributes I’ve de­cided to use and I don’t think peo­ple should crit­i­cise that.”

And the down-to-earth Kiwi babe says pos­ing nude is mak­ing her MORE in­tel­li­gent!

She re­vealed: “It’s teach­ing me about ad­ver­tis­ing and how to ap­peal to cer­tain mar­kets. On Babesta­tion, I’m learn­ing what makes men want to ring up and what they want to see.

“I stud­ied Woman’s Stud­ies at univer­sity, so it’s good to see this in­dus­try from the in­side and it’s giv­ing me lots of in­sight. It’s ridicu­lous that peo­ple say mod­el­ling is de­grad­ing – it’s em­pow­er­ing!”

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