A Playboy model is ditching her vegetarian diet in a bid to be crowned the first ever international winner at this year’s Miss BumBum.
Jeni Summers, 29, who lives in Mexico City, was invited to take part in the annual contest to find Brazil’s best bum along with one other contestant outside of the South American country, with the other finalists all coming from Brazil.
In preparation for the competition Jeni is eating a meat-heavy diet of steak, ham, chicken and tuna, as well as doing two hours of squats every day.
Jeni works as a Playmate for Playboy Mexico and will compete against 26 other women in MissBumBum 2017 this November.
Jeni Summers, 29, who lives in Mexico City, was invited to take part in MissBumBum, a competition to find the best bottom in Brazil
Jeni said: ‘Myself and one other contestant were specifically asked if we wanted to participate – of course I said yes, who doesn’t want to make history?
‘I am training five days a week – intense weight training and also boxing twice a week.
‘To make sure my body has all the protein it needs I underwent a major diet change, going from being vegetarian to eating five meals a day with tons of meat and a minimum of 200g of protein per sitting.
‘There is a cash prize and a year modelling contract that is global.’
Jeni is a Playboy bunny and works as an events coordinator for the brand, which she says gives her the right experience to be Miss BumBum
The model has given up her strict vegetarian diet to get the figure she wants for the annual pageant
MissBumBum winners will get a cover shoot for a popular men’s magazine, a significant cash prize and celebrity status
Jeni, originally from Florida, works for Playboy as both a model and an events coordinator.
She added: ‘I model full time for them – I am a Playmate and cover bunny.
‘My official job title, aside from just modelling, is playmate manager and coordinator of production and events which is a dream come true.
Jenni says she’s eating five meals a day with ‘tons of meat’, swapping a vegetarian diet for steak, ham, chicken and tuna
She says she’s hoping to ‘make history’ by being the first non-Brazilian to win Miss BumBum
‘I don’t feel like it is work, I wake every day loving what I do so much.
‘From styling the girls on set at a shoot to assisting the girls at their interviews and signings to shooting myself, every day and every month is different and I love it so much.’
Jeni was previously a cheerleader for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and would perform for 65,000 American football fans.
She said: ‘After cheering for eight years I wanted to start doing a little modelling and when I did, Playboy Mexico found me and I shortly became playmate after that, which ultimately led me to my dream career with the job position that I am in now.
The MissBumBum winner will get a cover shoot for a popular men’s magazine, a significant cash prize and celebrity status
Jeni is doing two hours of squats every day to maintain her curvy bottom for the pageant
Jeni believes her experience as a cheerleader for NFL teams gives her the skills to perform in MissBumBum
‘I was a former NFL (American football) professional cheerleader (for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
‘When you are used to performing in front of 65,000 fans like I used to when I was a cheerleader, you learn a thing or two about putting on an incredible show.’
The public must decide which of the 27 women will be allowed to compete in the November final to select the sexiest derriere.
She used to perform for 65,000 American football fans when cheering for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jeni is training for the competition five days a week, which includes weight training and boxing