- Birthplace: Kenosha, Wisconsin
- Birthday: September 27, 1972
- Hair Color: Blonde
- Height: 5' 8"
- Measurements: 38D-28-38
Rebecca Scott has the greatest laugh. It's a deep, rumbling guffaw that she generously serves up during most conversations - even when she's explaining, in all seriousness, that she's going to become a rock star. Amps, guitars, the whole nine yards. Just you wait. Listening to her, you begin to think it's not such a far-fetched notion that this Anna Nicole Smith look-alike in a black motorcycle jacket may someday headline Madison Square Garden. "I want to go onstage wearing leather pants, a little leather top and leather boots, with explosions and crazy lights behind me," she tells us with infectious conviction. "I want to rock!" Playboy: Name the first rock group that made you say, "I have to do that!" Rebecca: Aerosmith. When I was 16 years old, I saw them in concert at Alpine Valley in Wisconsin. I snuck up to the first row and snapped a bunch of pictures. It was wild. Melissa Etheridge is a huge influence, as is Sammy Hagar. I love his music and want to write songs like his. I know that Eighties rock is coming back. Playboy: What inspires your lyrics? Rebecca: Personal experience. Some of my songs are about love, and some are just fun kick-back-and-party songs. Playboy: Do you have any onstage horror stories? Rebecca: I sang at a bar called Lucky's when I was 21. I was so bad that they turned off the mike. I was onstage jamming, but I was so inexperienced I couldn't tell no one could hear me. I'm more seasoned now. Playboy: Which high school clique were you in? Rebecca: [Laughs]My freshman year i tried to be a burnout because I thought it would be cool. I wore concert T-shirts and tried to smoke cigarettes in the girls' bathroom, but smoking made me sick. Junior year I ended my burnout phase and concentrated on basketball, baseball and gymnastics. Playboy: Did you have a lot of boyfriends? Rebecca: No. I didn't date anyone until I was almost 18. Playboy: Really? Rebecca: I swear. I was still playing with Barbie dolls when my friends were having sex. I was like, "Oh, am I supposed to start playing with guys now?" I was a late bloomer physically, too. I was really skinny with no boobs. My sophomore year I went from size A boobs to size C. Playboy: Who was the first guy you were sexually attracted to? Rebecca: Because I'm really into comic books and cartoons, when I was ten I had a huge crush on He-Man. I watched Masters of the Universeand saw a bunch of muscular guys and women. That's when I formed my opinion of what women should look like - voluptuous and healthy. I draw comic book characters who look that way, too. Playboy: How did your current boyfriend win you over? Rebecca: He has a really sexy singing voice.