"Harold, Call Me" Bimbo Is Not a Bimbo 

"The bare-shouldered blonde who winked into the camera and asked now-defeated U.S. Senate candidate Harold Ford Jr. to "call me" isn't a bimbo, she says, she just played one on TV."

The Nashville Tennessean tracked down the Texas actress who played the "bimbo" in the now infamous Republican National Committee ad for Bob Corker. Among other things, they learned that she's Hispanic, plays other roles besides a bimbo, and has dated men of all ethnic backgrounds. Check it out.

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