Name: Stephanie ChapparsHometown: Germantown, Tenn.School: University of MississippiYear: SeniorMajor: Exercise Science
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I love my school, but I almost went to:I actually did attend the University of Memphis for two years and then transferred to Ole Miss. Growing up, I always wanted to go to Ole Miss, so I can say with confidence it was the best decision of my life.
My best physical feature is:I really don't know, but I have been told that I have nice eyes.
If I had to watch one movie on loop for ever, it would be:Crash. It's one of the most influential movies of all time. Every time I watch it, I learn something new and gain a different perspective on life and society.
If you looked at the "most played" songs on my iPod, you'd see a lot of:I listen to a really diverse list. I love artists like John Lennon and Enya but I also listen to a lot of contemporary music such as Rihanna, T.I. and Danity Kane.
My worst habit is:Talking baby talk to my dog Kodi.
My gameday superstitions are:They are not really superstitions, more like rituals. I wake up on game day and immediately go get McDonalds pancakes for breakfast. Then I always get ready in the same order: shower, put on my make-up, do my hair and then put on my uniform. It has to be in that order or it will be a bad day!
I'd love to trade places for a day with:Shawn Johnson. She is so talented. Winning a gold medal at the Olympics would be completely unbelievable and I would do anything to feel that even if it were just for a day.
The talent I'd most like to have that I don't possess is:Definitely singing. I'm awful. I can't even sing along with the radio without embarrassing myself.
These three things top my bucket list:Traveling anywhere I possibly can, making it to every continent! Also skydiving and swimming with a shark.
I'd want my last meal to be:A big steak cooked medium rare with a baked potato loaded with butter and sour cream. It's my last meal, who cares about calories!
The most embarrassing thing that's ever happened to me during a game is:During a halftime show I got off count with the music and did every move one count ahead of everybody else. It was so embarrassing. I literally was down on the ground doing floor work while everyone else was standing. I eventually got back on count but the damage was done.
Three things I'd take to a desert island are:My iPod, a good book and my dog!
My favorite sport and professional sports teams are:My absolute favorite sport is football. New York Giants! Go Eli!
My one guilty pleasure is:Reality TV shows.
My celebrity crush is:Andy Roddick. Gorgeous and an athlete. Is there anything better?
Five people I'd like to have dinner with (living or dead) are:Heath Ledger (I think his death was tragic, he seems like one of the coolest guys), John Lennon (I love his music and would love to hear stories about The Beatles), Dane Cook (you have to have someone funny at the table), Sarah Jessica Parker (she seems so cool and she could give me fashion tips) and Charlize Theron (she's my favorite actress and she gives the best performances and seems so down to earth).
My friends would be surprised to know that I:Am very artistic and love painting, drawing and going to art museums.
The next risk I want to take is:Falling in love.
The reality show I'd do best on is:I know its cliché because I'm a dancer but I think I would do the best on So You Think You Can Dance.
The worst date I've ever been on was:I was a sophomore in high school and a senior guy that I liked asked me to go to a party with him. We went to dinner before and were having a great time, so I was really excited about how the night was going. Once we got to the party he saw his ex-girlfriend and then disappeared. I stood at a senior party all by myself waiting for him, but it turned out he went home with her and left me stranded.
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