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Playboy’s Jaime Edmondson on Auburn Pikes: ‘Those Boys Sure Can Dance!”

Playboy's Jaime Edmondson: “I knew there were people who were going to love it and people who were absolutely going to despise me.”

She actually wasn’t at the Pants Party—apparently few were.

But wearing what appeared to be the same shirt she posed in for at least two of the Cam Newton’s Pants photos, Playboy model / sports blogger Jaime Edmondson spoke with Busted Coverage over the phone last night, an interview which was broadcast live (to seven whole viewers!) via UStream.

Questions and answers were typical: The whole thing started out as joke on Twitter. She held the pants up with tape and a clamp from Home Depot. She’s more of an NFL girl. She wished she’d been born a boy.

The interesting stuff (for our purposes) came an hour later during her interview with new Auburn sports talk show Eyes On Auburn and dealt not only with her participation in the publicity stunt (“I knew there were people who were going to love it and people who were absolutely going to despise me.”) but with her spontaneous trip to Auburn last weekend, specifically her covert op inside Jordan-Hare Stadium and crashing of a Pike party.

“I was just on vacation with a couple of my girlfriends,” Edmondson said. “One of our friends who is a country singer, he was playing at the frat party and said hey do you wanna ride the bus to Auburn? And we were like, actually that sounds fantastic.”

Apparently “Party-crashing Road Trip to Auburn” was on her “bucket list.”

“I wanted to cross that off… so I took a tour bus, drove five hours to Auburn and … well first I also broke into the stadium and had my picture taken out by the field and promptly got ejected shortly after that, but I was there long enough to get a picture with my girlfriend” she said. “Then we went to the bookstore where she bought an Auburn shirt and I bought a scrunchee and we said we were cleverly disguised as Auburn coeds.”

And it totally worked!

“I had many suitors and I loved it,” Edmondson said. “Those boys can sure dance! They were spinning me around. It was country music… so it was a lot of line dancing. They were good old boys so it was a lot of camo.”

“I definitely felt right at home with all those country boys.”

Related: British Bombshell wears vintage Auburn shirt in MaximPlayboy in Auburn, 1989 / Sports Illustrated model Molly Sims is an Auburn fan.

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