We'll be honest, we're a bit spoiled here in Southern California—we have some of the hottest import models around. But every once and awhile you'll find showstoppers outside of SoCal and up in NorCal where we found Jessica Wong. Like most ladies we know in the Bay Area, Jessica is a complete sweetheart. Plus she's got her priorities straight as a college student aspiring to get her bachelors degree at UC Davis, but we'll let you guys get to know her with the interview below.
Can you tell us any interesting hobbies that you have?
One of my biggest passions is music. When I was younger I used be in a martial arts class, which happened to have a karaoke place right next door. It was one of those Asian restaurants where the only English songs they had were oldies. I would go there after class almost every day with my older sisters and perform for whoever was willing to listen. Because of that, even today, I go hard to oldies. On top of that, I have an appreciation for all kinds of music from electric dance music to gangster rap. I was in choir from elementary school through high school, I love going to raves, and I know how to play the flute.
What do you do for a living?
Aside from modeling, I'm a full time psychology/pre-med student.
You're getting a feature on Super Street, how much do you know about cars?
I don't even have my driver's license yet, so I have mad respect for guys who know how to take apart an engine and fully mod their cars. There is something really sexy about a guy who is willing to get down and dirty to get maximum performance out of his ride.
What is your dream car?
In general, I'd rather have a beat up car with a lot of character, than a super fancy luxury car. However, if money were not an issue (and if I can be totally unrealistic), I am in love with the Mercedes Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo Concept Car.
Do you have any pet peeves?
I'm actually a very laid back person. I don't let many things bother me. My motto is "As long as you're not hurting anyone, do whatever makes you happy."
What was your worst job ever?
I'm lucky enough to be able to say I haven't had a bad job to date. My first job was in a restaurant, which was definitely tiring, but I loved interacting with customers and being able to provide good service. I love doing anything that can potentially make someone's day just a little bit better.
Tell us about your worst date.
My worst date was probably this one time at chipotle. The guy made me pay for my own burrito bowl, then we went to the movies, and afterwards he had to be home early so I had my mom come pick me up. He almost left me by myself to wait for her, but luckily I convinced him to stay a couple more minutes until she arrived since it was already dark, and I didn't want to be waiting alone. Boys, pro tip: if you take a girl out on a date, if nothing else, at least make sure she makes it home safe.
What are your biggest turn ons?
I'm attracted to guys who have a lot of positive energy to vibe off of, someone who doesn't let the little things get to them and is confident in their own skin. It's also a turn on watching people in their own element doing something that they are passionate about.
Do you have any guilty pleasures?
I practice twerking when I'm all alone and have my room to myself. Haha
Tell us one of your biggest achievements.
I'd say one of my biggest achievements so far is making it into Superstreet. I've only been modeling for a little under 6 months, so it's really such an honor to be able to work with you guys and be a part of one of the biggest tuner magazines in the game right now. Much love to all of the staff of Superstreet.
If you only had 24 hours to live, what would you do?
I would definitely spend my last 24 hours with my loved ones eating a bunch of good food.