Martha Hunt Maxim, December

(Courtesy of Gilles Bensimon/Maxim)

Martha Hunt, Victoria’s Secret Angel who has heated up the fashion runways, is now scorching the December cover of Maxim magazine. She opens up about making her music video appearances for Taylor Swift and The Chainsmokers.

The Maxim Hot 100 model has certainly become the biggest name in her industry. When she’s not walking the runways, the Victoria’s Secret Angel is practicing transcendental meditation, playing brain games, and writing in her spare time.

Here are 5 reasons why we love Martha Hunt as Maxim’s December cover girl:

5) December Is Our Favorite Month!

Victoria’s Secret Angel talks about being stronger than her scoliosis,  which is a malformation of the spine. “I want them to know that I had my own insecurities with my body and they should embrace these as well and not feel too inhibited by scoliosis,”

4) She’s In The Chainsmokers’ Music Video!

Mentioning how she got into character, the Victoria’s Secret model reveals her part in the music video for “Paris,” “It was about a person living a double life: On the outside everything’s okay, but on the inside she’s battling demons. So I channeled people I know who gave me that impression—friends of mine I knew personally.”

3) She Uses Lumosity!

Strength of a woman • December @maximmag cover story by @gilles_bensimon

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Describing the brain training program, the cover girl states, “I think it’s really important to work on your mind just as much as you work on your body.“

2) I’d Read Her Book!

Hunt adds, “I also like to read when I travel and I write in my free time… Maybe one day I’ll write a book, but for now it’s relieving stress. It’s very cathartic for me.”

1) She Watches Ted Talks!

@jastookes and I are pretending to not be freaking out #vsfashionshow

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The supermodel reveals her obsession with tech, “When I was younger I went on a nerdy phase, learning HTML codes and designing my own websites, and later coding came back as a fundamental part of technology evolving into what it is now,”

Martha Hunt will be seen in the December issue of Maxim, on sale November 28, 2017.

– By Jorge Solis