How is Rockell, born and raised in Alabama, a true, down-home southern gal?
"I spent many nights riding down dirt roads in the middle of nowhere," explains Rockell, her always bright-eyed, happy expression making everyone feel good. "We used to drink. That's what you do in little southern towns, because there isn't much else to do. You have bonfires and everyone gets together. Everyone knows everyone's business. In the South, there's a thing about southern generosity, and it's true. I've gone to other places where they weren't so hospitable, so I definitely love the South. Even here in south Florida!"
Rockell's friends were as excited as she was when her first cover issue (February '13 Voluptuous) hit stores. She sent her friends into the store to see it.
"I actually sent my friends in that day to see if they could find me. And they found me and came out screaming, 'We found your cover! That is so cool!' I was trying to be very calm and humble, and they were like, 'We need to go out and celebrate. You're on the cover of a magazine.' I was excited but I'm just a very laid back, chill and humble person."
Rockell is a charmer, no doubt about it. A southern charmer. She could charm the little birdies out of the trees. Now imagine Rockell as a secretary. Your efficient, stacked secretary. You'd never get a lick of work done. You'd be lost in a trance for seven hours plus an hour for lunch as she went about her responsibilities. What are those office responsibilities? Roll the video and see! And after you see it, roll your tongue back into your mouth!