A FARM girl with supermodel looks and body could be swapping her tractor for the catwalk, if her TikTok fans have any say in it.
Nikki Neisler has been sharing her blissful rural life with her 1.6 million followers on the video platform.
It hasn’t taken them long to notice that this young woman has what it takes to rival any model in fashion.
Fans have been urging her to make the change: “I’m sorry,” said one comment she uses to caption her new video, “but you’re destined for supermodeling.
“Pack up your bags and head to California.”
She hasn’t yet and she is certainly no slave to wavering fashion trends.
This all-American blonde is invariably seen in the uniform of farmers everywhere: good pair of denim jeans, big buckle belt, and either a Cowboy hat or baseball cap.
In her latest video, Nikki films herself getting out of her monster tractor, wearing a crop T-shirt, bearing her toned midriff.
With a Keith Urban track playing in the background, this country girl has a go at the catwalk strut, and makes a pretty good job at it.
She captions her video with: “Getting practise in the fields.”
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So far an incredible 98.2 million have like it. Without exception, her beauty is agreed on.
But there is debate over whether she should swap country life for city life as a model.
“You are a beautiful young lady,” was one comment.
While another said: “You are amazing and you would become a supermodel.”
But others suggested life on the farm might be a whole lot more satisfying: “I’m sure you would be happier on the farm than modeling.”
While another said: “Enjoy your life as it is. That life is empty and your life now is probably way more fulfilling.”
Wise words from another: “Nah, don’t fall for the ‘big time’. Stay pure and grounded.”
Finally, a comment from someone who has experienced both sides: “I’ve done both and I’m happier on the farm with my animals and toys.”
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