HUNGRY 4 LOVE

The Brooklyn Paper
While some women might settle for reading gossip mags for info about their celebrity crushes, East Flatbush resident Domenique Majors has decided to publicly crusade for the attention of Flavor Flav on his reality TV show, "Flavor of Love 2."

So far the 23-year-old model - who Flav dubbed "Nibblz" after he likened her bold, assertive approach to that of ear-biting boxer Mike Tyson - has escaped elimination on the two-hour season premiere and two subsequent episodes.

"You’re knocking me out of the box," the Public Enemy alum assured Nibblz (pictured) in the first show.

Nibblz told GO Brooklyn that she decided to compete for Flav’s affections because, "I think every girl would love to be someone’s arm candy - somebody’s trophy girl. It’s hard to say ’no’ to that. The lifestyle is very appealing, to be some famous man’s woman."

The series, which continues on Sunday, pits Nibblz against 20 women from all over the country who attempt to win Flav’s heart while living in his crib - er, Hollywood mansion. (Apparently, the girl Flav chose on the first round of "Flavor of Love" "put a dent" in him, so he had to create "Flavor of Love 2" to find a new Miz Right.)

Nibblz’s competition is tough. And by tough, I mean they’re not above a physical altercation - a la Jerry Springer - to carve out their turf in Flav’s house. In fact, one contestant claims her bed by punching and pulling the hair of the woman who got there first.

But when another adversary proves to be incapable of controlling her bowel movements on the "Sumthin’s Stinkin’ in the House of Flav" episode, it seems as though Brooklyn’s well-groomed Nibblz is the obvious choice for golden-toothed Flav.

Nibblz said she was most surprised that her competitors were "so uptight about sexuality."

"In my circle, we all kiss girls and we like to go to the strip clubs, and I just thought that’s what 20-year-olds did," explained our libertine homegirl. "But even the girls who were saying ’no, no’ were acting ’yes, yes!"

Nibblz’s strategy for winning seems to be a cerebral one, choosing to psych out the other bold lovelies by assuring them that she’d make a better lover for Flav because, "For the record, I have no gag reflex."

That’s our girl! Off camera, Nibblz claims that although the show is an "exaggeration of your personality," it does represent what she’s like in real life, because she’s "into anything naughty."

"I meant everything I said, my dirty comments," maintains Nibblz. "But for every dirty comment they left in, they left out the 10 witty ones I made because they weren’t as entertaining. I went out there to be outrageous and a little offensive and to be the bad girl."

Because Flav maintains that he handpicked the contestants for "Flavor of Love 2," in an attempt to weed out the "gold diggers" from the first series, whether our Nibblz wins or loses, one could say that it was an honor just to be chosen.

"Flavor of Love 2" airs Sunday nights at 10 pm on VH1. For more information, visit http://vspot.vh1.com.

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