A former "Baywatch" actress, known for her roles alongside Pamela Anderson and Carmen Electra, is enjoying her time on a subscription service aimed at adult audiences.
Donna D'Errico has embraced the opportunity to provide a unique "girlfriend experience" to her many subscribers.
Over a year since she started, she notes that despite many changes, one particular type of photo request from her fans has consistently remained popular.
"You know, in the beginning, I got a lot of, or some requests, for feet," she shared with Fox News. "I don't really get that anymore. Now, they mostly want to see me, like in everyday life, just the real me and everyday life."
The ex-Playboy Playmate shared, "Maybe wearing a T-shirt, making coffee or, you know, just that kind of thing. That's the biggest request."
D'Errico mentioned that her followers often ask her to "take a picture of you right now. I want to see what you look like right now."
"I'm like, 'Well, I don't have any makeup on and my hair is in a ponytail, and I'm kind of in sweats,'" she said. "'I don't care. I want to see that.' So, they like that because I think it gives them kind of that what I call ‘the girlfriend experience.’ It may be."
D'Errico, who just so happens to be single, added, "I think I call it the girlfriend experience because I think they get the same thing out of it that I do. They get to log in and have fun kind of having an experience that they would have if they had a girlfriend. But then they log off, and then they're gone. There's nobody to check in with."
She also pointed out that "there's always an exception to the rule, but 99% of the guys that are subscribed to my OnlyFans are so respectful and nice and sweet. There's nothing gross, grotesque going on."
She relishes having "full control" over her page's content, operating as a solo creator and producing material daily for her tens of thousands of followers.
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