with JALA SUE
Article by Charles Benton
Exclusive Photos by Elm Diaz / @elm.diaz
Wardrobe by @hm
HMUA by @makeoversbybrandy
Executive Producer Paul Heyman / @paulheyman
FHM Australia is proud to present an exclusive photoshoot with the World’s Most Famous Athlete, #HustleBootyTempTats supermodel Jala Sue. The Michigan-based Paddleboarding champion, a spectacular mom of four, journeyed to a $25,000,000 estate in Lake Las Vegas to collaborate with famed fashion photographer Elm Diaz for the FHM cover shoot under the watchful eye of Executive Producer Paul Heyman. Yes, the same Paul Heyman who is currently the “wise man” for WWE’s top box office attraction, WrestleMania main eventer and Undisputed Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns.
Heyman, a serial disruptor, is the founder of the #HustleBootyTempTats supermodel concept, which is best described by Jala Sue herself. “The name #HustleBootyTempTats was a way to shake up the supermodel industry,” Jala Sue told us. “It’s the anti-influencer influencer brand. And if you research supermodels, you’ll find #HustleBootyTempTats is the most popular supermodel brand in the entire world!”
The race to the top started when Victoria’s Secret abandoned the “Angels” concept, dropping household names like Alessandra Ambrosio, Candice Swanepoel and Adriana Lima. The world’s undisputed no. 1 intimate apparel company went with the politically-correct “all inclusive” concept, shocking even the most knowledgeable industry veterans.
But then, the proverbial “other high heeled shoe” dropped.
Sports Illustrated, the American magazine that had become the most trusted documentarian of sports news around the world, had one controversial issue a year that outsold the other 51 weekly editions. It was called the “Swimsuit Issue,” and it featured the world’s most beautiful supermodels at an exotic location modeling the latest in fashionable and super sexy swimwear. But much like Victoria’s Secret tossing the “Angels” to the curb, Sports Illustrated changed its game plan, and also went “all inclusive,” rocking not only the supermodel industry but also the publishing business down to its very core.
This is where Heyman stepped in and ramped up his #HustleBootyTempTats supermodel brand, which had found a home for their exclusive photoshoots at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Las Vegas, now known as billionaire Richard Branson’s entrée into Sin City, the Virgin Hotel and Casino. Heyman assembled the hottest roster of multi-genre models, including “The Beauty From Budapest,” Borbala Kreutz; fashion model Laken Romine; International Film Festival Best Actress Laura Petersen; Hollywood sex symbol Summer Soderstrom; bikini and lingerie sensation Miss Lynnie Marie; “The Fitness Fashionista” Ali Lee; Playmate of the Year Kari Nautique; Globally-trending supermodel Ines Trocchia; Eastern European beauty Gloria Vitalina; and even the Scandalous Daniella Chavez, whose notoriety has helped her amass over eighteen million followers on Instagram!
One would think, with an all star roster like that, the competition as to “who is the no. 1 #HustleBootyTempTats supermodel” would be fierce. But truth be told, there is only competition for the no. 2 spot. Because the undisputed no. 1 #HustleBootyTempTats supermodel is Jala Sue.
“Jala Sue has been on more magazine covers than any other #HustleBootyTempTats supermodel,” Elm Diaz proudly exclaimed. “She’s in demand all over the world and is more sought after in 2023 than at any other point in her career. She just keeps getting more and more popular by the day!”
“One thing everyone should know,” Paul Heyman himself told us. “When I first recruited Jala Sue for our brand, we wrote down a list of goals that we wanted to achieve together. One of those ever-elusive goals was the cover of FHM Australia. I’m so proud of Jala Sue’s rise to the top of the modeling world. She’s worked very hard for everything she has in life, and that includes the ability to now come up with new goals, because she’s accomplished this one!”
We at FHM Australia thank the wise man himself for his kind words. And we thank Jala Sue for making our cover look oh-so-damn-good!