MAXIM has finally provided me an insider’s look into the male psyche; what they want, how they think, what makes them tick.
In the end, the last contestant standing wins a date with the bachelor or bachelorette."I think that was the initial appeal of putting us together," Compton says."We're meant to be rivals but in actual fact we've been friends for years." Both grew up on Sydney's northern beaches.Manning the ship are James “Kerls” Kerley and the delightful Lana Kington. What part of yourself do you wash first in the shower? We managed to corner them in our office and probe them. Is this the standard question template for MAXIM cover girls?
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Compton, 29, was born in England but migrated to Australia with her family when she was eight because her father wanted to do a Bible course and enter the ministry. After finishing year 12 at Pittwater High, she studied public relations before joining Nova as a switchboard operator in 2001.By the time she left to join MTV as a presenter in 2004, she was a producer on Merrick and Rosso's breakfast show.The night-time radio audience is transient at the best of times.Even without competing entertainment technologies, there's dinner, homework and other distractions.For these presenters, winning over fickle listeners is a question of staying forever young.
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Ask Maz Compton the secret to broadcasting to teenagers and she says it's to never grow up.During his time with Nickelodeon, Kerley co-hosted the 2004, 20 Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards alongside Tony Brockman, Dave Lawson, Jesse Mc Cartney and Sophie Monk.He also presented the award for the Biggest Greenie at the Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2007.Dudes don’t wanna hear what parts a dude washes on himself first. No, but I did see him on Australian Idol and I thought he was great. According to Kerley, guys like a finger up their butt during sex. James: It’s the best bits of the mag and life wrapped into half an hour of non-organic, gluten packed, man-friendly TV.