Hannah Ferguson is accustomed to baring all for racy lingerie ads and steamy swim spreads. Body paint circa 2014, anyone? 

But even her history of body confidence couldn't have prepared us for the jaw-dropping images coming from MAXIM. Landing the cover of the magazine's November issue, Hannah is a literal fishnet fantasy as she poses with a snake and captivates us with one seriously sultry stare. 

Shot by Gilles Bensimon, the cover feature takes a look at our favorite Texan turned supermodel. And as the story points out, Hannah, despite all of her bikini-clad fame, remains grounded and humble like the farm girl we all fell in love with. 

Gilles Bensimon for MAXIM


Gilles Bensimon for MAXIM


Gilles Bensimon for MAXIM

Back in July while shooting a campaign for Australian swimwear line Seafolly, Hannah explained that growing up in rural Texas gave her the foundation for the person she is today. 

Hannah Ferugson is out to prove Texas really is the best

"Growing up on a farm was pretty awesome," Hannah said. "I mean, at the time, I think it was hard for me and my siblings to appreciate it. Now I have a lot of appreciation for nature and animals. And now I live in the city, and I find that I miss that. I miss being around animals and being out in the country. I think it helped keep me grounded."

One thing's for sure—we're pretty glad you can take the girl out of Texas, but equally glad you can't take the Texas out of the girl! 

BONUS: See some of Hannah's hottest moments from SI Swimsuit!