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The DUFF's Bianca Santos Shows Off Her Sexy Side for 'Maxim'

The DUFF's Bianca Santos Shows Off Her Sexy Side for 'Maxim'

Bianca Santos chills out in the backseat of an old car in this new feature from Maxim‘s March 2015 issue.

Check out what the 24-year-old The DUFF actress had to share:

On analyzing people using her background in Psychology: “Everyone is on a spectrum of crazy. If we just accept that, we can actually get places.”

On considering herself crazy: “Oh, my God, I’m so crazy! But good crazy. You can ask my boyfriend. I’m insane, but he says I’m worth it, so that means something.”

On contributing to diversity on TV: “I remember growing up and not relating to anyone on the TV screen. I grew up thinking, ‘I’m not blonde, so I’m not beautiful.’ I think the shift in diversity in film and TV is great. I love the fact that the person who was missing on TV and film—now that’s me.”

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Photos: Sigurd Grunberger/Maxim
Posted to: Bianca Santos, Magazine

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    A person who has a serious background in Psychology would never, ever refer to themselves or anyone else as “crazy”. That word is not used by serious students, teachers, or practitioners of Psychology.

  • Guest

    I love the fact that the person who was missing on TV and film—now that’s me.” WHAT??? O.o

  • TEX

    I’m really over all these beautiful (non-blonde) celebrities saying they thought they were ugly just because they only saw pretty blonde girls on tv. Did they not see pretty non-blonde people in their everyday lives? Mother, aunt, cousins, sister, friends? Were these people not pretty to them?Just doesn’t make sense to me. I can understand not identifying with the people on tv, but thinking you aren’t pretty when you clearly are JUST because people looked different than you, I just don’t get. I heard Olivia Munn say the same thing in an article recently.