Guest blogger Chris Yandek: Michelle "Bombshell" McGee came to the public's attention when she gave an interview to a magazine -- for pay -- claiming to have had a relationship of sorts with Sandra Bullock's then-husband, Jesse James. Now she wants everyone to know about her life as a mother. "My children are two beautiful boys, a 12-year-old and a 6-year-old -- the most amazing children I could ever ask for," she says. "My future, as I see it ... is just [to] be the best mom I can, raising two beautiful boys that grow up to respect women and make good choices in life."
McGee wants all young people to avoid getting tattoos and getting involved in the world
of strip clubs and adult entertainment
. "I feel very, very strongly
against girls getting tattoos, anybody getting tattoos," she says. "I would urge any young
person, 'Do not tattoo your body. You will regret it. You [won't be] the same person ... when you're in your 20s, in your 30s, in your 40s. Your
mind will change. Do not mark your body with such permanent things. You will
About erotic dancing, she says, "It's just such a bad, bad thing. It's like
it's a drug. It sucks you in. You get addicted to that high of making that quick
money, but that's all it is. It's quick money. Don't do it. It's not worth
selling your body for, selling your soul. You leave a little piece of you in the
nightclub every night."
Though numerous celebrities have come out with sex tapes,
McGee says she has no interest in doing one because her children are getting
older. "I'm really trying to stay away from that," she says. "My boys are getting to
that age now where I don't think it's really appropriate for them to have access
to that stuff. I do have a website to do my dancing, but it's something I'm
trying to get out of. It's really something that I hope all females don't get
involved with. So: no videos."
McGee says she would like to get all of her tattoos removed, and is just waiting for better tattoo-removal technology to come out before she starts. "I've had the world's best
dermatologist look at me because the ink that [was] used ... it will not come out," she says. "If
I try to get it, it would scar me. I'm gonna wait for a few years for the lasers
to become a little bit stronger. I'm definitely gonna try. I want to remove my
facial tattoos first of all, and start working my way down. If there was a
possibility for one big swoop to take them all off, believe me, I would do it."
She also says she still has interest in meeting up with Sandra Bullock
wish to apologize to her face-to-face," she says. "I would love to have a chat with her."
Chris Yandek is the editor of CYInterview, an outlet that features high-profile
interviews from Hollywood stars, sports figures and newsmakers. His interviews are featured on numerous mainstream broadcast, print and online outlets.