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Cast Iron Filter

Cast Iron Filter made a song about Rebecca Romijn in September 2000 (Album: Further Down The Lane):

Well, I suck in bed, it's such a shame
My Saturday nights are all the same
And I wish I was dating Rebecca Romijn
But hell, don't we all?
Got a place inside where you used to be
You could drink Old English like you was a queen
I can't figure out if it's you or me,
But I'm ready to take the fall

Television Career Part 2

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Maxim

Maxim: How did you get the House of Style gig?
Rebecca Romijn: First, a job interview. Then I went in and did a video test, which was only so-so--the producer was totally honest with me. But I called the next day from the San Juan airport and said, "I really want this job, I think I could be really good at this job, and I really think you should hire me."

High School

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In high school in California, Rebecca Romijn performed in musicals and was encouraged to try modeling, but she was hesitant. "I didn't think I looked right for it," she says. "I was very gawky, really uncomfortably skinny. I looked like a young colt trying to walk. Or that's how I felt," she says. "My body always hurt from growing too fast, and I had terrible posture. I'd layer my clothes to make myself appear heavier. I just wanted nothing below my neck to exist. I was very insecure.

Rebecca's Youth Part 2

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What Book Got Rebecca Hooked?

Rebecca Romijn: Bridge to Terebithia is about two kids, a boy and a girl who become the best of friends. Out of their powerful friendship, and even more powerful imagination, Terebithia is formed. It is a fantasy world that is so exciting, they almost forget the real world exists.

Forget the movie — there's nothing that could possibly be better than this book...

FHM March 1999

Rebecca's Youth Part 1

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If you'd seen Rebecca as a child, dancing around to show tunes in her family's home in Berkeley, California, you wouldn't surprised that she wound up basking in the spotlight. "She wasn't a quiet, passive little girl," admits her mother, Elizabeth Kuizenga. Romijn admits that she was shy and awkward, wearing long johns under her pants to augment her skinny legs. Tamara vouches for it: "She was terribly shy. When she wanted to go buy something, I would take her by the hand up to the counter, and buy it."

Sightings 1995-1997

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10-17-1997: The Hollywood Film Festival Presents "Allie And Me" (Universal Studios, L.A.)

09-26-1997: Shooting of Friends episode with Rebecca Romijn
NBC's "Friends" will step up its already high beauty quotient when supermodel Rebecca Romijn makes a guest appearance this season.

Romijn, known for her Sports Illustrated and Miller Lite beer commercials and print ads, will play a paleontologist at the local museum who catches Ross' (David Schwimmer's) eye.

Newsletter 18 (December 1, 2003)

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The last months the following things have been added to "The Rebecca Romijn Fanpage":

1. Covers of the following magazines are available:
11-15-2003: TV Today 24/03
10-2003: Man Spain

2. The following sightings have been added:
11-24-2003: X2 DVD Release Party (40/40 Club, NYC)
10-22-2003: Nat. Design Awards Gala (Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, NYC)
10-09-2003: 16th Conde Nast Traveler Readers Choice Awards (Guggenheim, NYC)
10-08-2003: Grand Marnier Final Cut Party (NYC)
10-01-2003: Women's Health Community mural project (NYC)

Newsletter 17 (October 1, 2003)

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The last months the following things have been added to "The Rebecca Romijn Fanpage":

1. Rebecca Romijn wallpapers and a Rebecca Romijn screensaver are available. Also an i-mode version of the Rebecca Romijn homepage is available: http://www.rebecca-fanpage.com/imode.

2. The following sightings have been added:
09-18-2003: Launch of L!ZA for M.A.C Makeup Collection (The Carlyle Hotel, NYC)
08-02-2003: 2003 Teen Choice Awards (Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA)

Scores

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It seems the lovely ladies of Scores have a "wish list" of boldfaced babes they want to see strip onstage. Most wanted is
supermodel-turned-actress Rebecca Romijn, a regular with hubby John Stamos. A close second is Gina Gershon who memorably peeled down in "Showgirls." Says our Scores source, "The girls love Gina. They hate Elizabeth Berkley, but they idolize Gina." Alas, when Gershon showed up the other night with rocker Slash and several pals, she declined repeated invitations to shake her stuff onstage.

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