Top 7 Texan Models on Instagram



True Story time. When I was younger with hair and hope in my eyes, I played at the SXSW festival. At an after show party I asked a delightful young lady where I might find the bathroom. After she kindly pointed me in the right direction she pulled me aside and remarked, “You know you’re gunna get sooo much p*ssy with that accent?” Stunned into a corner I flustered some words of gratitude before doing something that I’ve long since regretted. I ran away. Utterly snookered as to what to do or say, in my blithering British panic I simply left. Maybe it was just an observation and not an invitation to do some horizontal jogging in the back of the tour bus. But we’ll never know. Anyway, fascinating place Texas. Here, in no discernible order, are some of the top models and some interesting facts you probably already knew.

Alexis King


Alexis King, search for the hastag, #iLikeLexx and follow her on twitter at @_ilikelexx. Available for bookings on her Instagram page, just click on her picture for more details.

FACT: Dr Pepper was invented in Waco, Texas. Texas pharmacist Charles Alderton formulated the unique flavor in 1885.

Linda Heidy Robles

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Linda Heidy Robles from Dallas is a model, actress and professional Bachata dancer. I implore you to follow her on snapchat: lindaheidybabyy and check out her page because she is available for bookings.

FACT: The “Who Done It” episode of Dallas that revealed who shot J. R.?, the famous 1980 cliffhanger, received the highest domestic ratings at that point with over 90 million American viewers (representing more than 53% of the U.S. households and 76% of the U.S. television audience for November 21, 1980) tuning in for the answer.

Stephanie Grace


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Stephanie Grace can be followed on Snaphat @stephgrace23 and on Twitter @stephgrace_23. Click on her picture and follow her on Instagram.

FACT: “Houston, we’ve had a problem here” was used by the crew of the Apollo 13 moon flight, to report a major technical problem back to their Houston base. The phrase is normally misquoted as “Houston, we have a problem” as in the movie Apollo 13: “Houston, we have a problem”.

Hayley Rudolph

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Hayley Rudolph is an animals activist and is also a clothing designer and founder of HAYRUD. Check out her page by clicking on her photo.

FACT: Referring to Oliver Stone’s JFK in 1991, Dean (John Candy) Andrews’ sweaty face during his talk with Garrison is real. Candy was petrified at the idea of appearing in a dramatic film with professional actors like Gary Oldman and Donald Sutherland. He sweated profusely throughout all his scenes.

Megan Dubose


Megan is an auto-immune fighter (answers on a postcard) she is a marketing executive and an online health coach. Something of an all-rounder. Definitely check out her page by clicking on her picture.

FACT: In 1993, George Bush Junior ran the Houston Marathon and finished in 3 hours and 44 minutes. He was the first president to have finished a marathon at some point in their life.

Makenzie Hausman


Makenzie Hausman is a dog loving Buddhist with a knack for naughty words. Check out her page for bookings by clicking her picture.

FACT: The armadillo is the official state mammal.

Bella Dior


Bella Dior is available for bookings through her page, just click on her bum and it will take you there.

FACT: Despite the girl’s prophesy, my accent got me nowhere in Austin.


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