Jelena Jensen is an all-star in this strange business of being sexy on the internet and in magazines. You might have seen her any number of places — for instance, she was a regular in Playboy Special Editions and used to host Totally Busted on Playboy TV. But these days the biggest bullet points on her babe résumé are: March 2010 Penthouse Pet, 2010 Xbiz Web Babe of the Year, and 2010 Xfanz Web Babe of the Year.
So it’s safe to say the boys like her.
These days she’s forging ahead on her website, jelenajensen.com, and tweeting about her life and fabulous sexy times at twitter.com/jelenajensen. She took a break from her hectic schedule of nakedness, snowboarding, and naked snowboarding to tell us a little bit about what Christmas means to her.
Have you been naughty or nice this year?
Depends on what your definition of naughty and nice is! I’d like to think that I’m the perfect balance of both!
What do you want most for Christmas?
Nothing all that exciting because I actually already bought myself the things I wanted most: a new Macbook Pro, new snowboarding pants and a new snowboarding jacket. Everything else that’s on my list is just small stuff like some yoga gear, under armour, gift cards and some jewelry.
What is your favorite food at Christmas?
Pumpkin Pie and Egg Nog. I’m not a huge sweets person except when it comes to these two things. Unfortunately I have two shoots immediately after Christmas so I can’t really indulge this year.
Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet?
I have just one more thing to buy. Thankfully both sides of my family do secret santa gift exchanges so I only had to buy for three people along with all the kids — and thankfully there aren’t many kids in my family!
What is your favorite Christmas song?
It’s a toss up between Wham’s “Last Christmas” and The Waitresses’ “Christmas Wrapping.”
What is your favorite Christmas movie?
That would definitely be Elf! I’m not huge on Christmas movies like some people are but every year I manage to find time to watch Elf because I love so many of the little one-liners in it.
What is your best memory of Christmas?
Christmas of 2006. My family wanted to do Christmas at my house since I had just bought my house that year so it was my very first time hosting a holiday and cooking a full traditional turkey dinner. It was also the last time that I saw my grandmother as she passed away the next day and I’m very thankful that I chose to sit next to her that night. I lived on Christmas Tree Lane in Pasadena and while the rest of the family went and walked the street to look at the lights, I stayed back and sat on the couch with my grandparents, just chatting and spending time together. I’m very thankful for getting that alone time before she passed away.
What do you look forward to most at Christmas?
I love being out and about during Christmas time because I love all the scents, the weather, the music and the décor. Most hate being out in the crowds shopping but I don’t really mind it.
What are you doing for Christmas this year?
I live in Northern California but my family still lives in LA. So as I do every year, I’m driving down to spend it there. I spend Christmas eve with one family and Christmas day with the other.
Who do you want to kiss under the mistletoe?
I have quite the list! Hmmm … maybe I should rethink my answer about whether I’ve been naughty or nice this year.
What kind of Christmas tree do you have?
As much as I prefer a real tree, I do have a fake tree only because I’m not acutally home most of the holiday season. It’s a seven and a half foot blue fir that’s prelit with white lights. I like a very clean-looking tree so I only decorate it with silver and gold bulbs.
Have you ever had a white Christmas?
Yes I have. I actually lived with my dad in Washington for four years, so from 1991 to 1994 I had a white Christmas every year.
Do you still get a stocking?
Yes I do. I actually get two — lucky me!
How many Christmas cards do you normally send out?
I usually send 40 or so but this year I didn’t have time to send any out.
What is your Christmas wish?
That the following year is a good one for my dog. My Mastiff is the love of my life and he’s getting older and had a rough time this year. He almost died and had a lot of medical problems so I’m hoping this coming year will be better for him. He was my Christmas present to myself six years ago so around this time of year I always make the effort to give him some special attention. I even take my dogs with me to LA to celebrate with the family!