Origins: Cindy Cupps
"I don't go out a lot. I don't party. I'm not jumping from club to club. I'm not a nighttime person. I'm outgoing, but to an extent. I can't say I've ever been a party girl. Do I like to go out and have a few cocktails every now and then? Yeah, I do. I'm a regular person. I like to go out, have fun, have a few drinks. I like to party a little bit. But do I do it on a regular basis? No."
So said Cindy Cupps in one of her chats at SCORE.
Cindy may have been the most low-key SCORE Girl of them all. She modeled at SCORE, she danced at Cheetah III in Pompano Beach, she went home. A longtime friend of Crystal Gunns, who had a very different personality, Cindy had a loyal following up to her retirement from dancing and modeling not long after Crystal retired.
This video was the very first shoot at the SCORE studio in the summer of 2001. When Cindy was here, she walked around the building meeting the staff. That was Cindy, always friendly.
When she was still dancing, Cindy said she would be recognized by readers, locals and tourists.
"I've had a lot of people come up to me, especially at Cheetah III, and say, 'Oh, my God, you're Cindy Cupps from SCORE. I can't believe I'm actually getting to meet you in person.' So that feels good. I've gotten quite a few people who were surprised to see me in the club. And they'll say, 'I have to have a dance with you.' And I'll have a conversation with them and they'll say, 'I can't believe you're this nice and personable. Not the typical model.'"
Cindy from the block? Always nice and personable.