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Survivor winner and Bronco wife Danni Boatwright's softcore-porn-like commercial

Danni Boatwright cleaning up.
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Yesterday, Channel 4's Brooke Wagner hosted a "Breakfast With Brooke" segment about new Denver Broncos center Casey Wiegmann and his wife, Danni Boatwright, a former Kansas City sports-radio personality who also happens to be the winner of Survivor: Guatemala. Predictably, the piece was ultra-wholesome, prompting Wagner's co-host, Tom Mustin, to dub the couple and their new baby an "all-American family" -- and no doubt that's true. But there's another side (quite a few more sides, actually) to Boatwright, and the former Miss Kansas pageant champ and model displays most of them in an advertisement for BioSilk hair and beauty products. It's a steamy spot, and not only because it's mainly set in a shower. The commercial seems like a slightly censored segment from a Skin-e-max flick, with Boatwright showing off plenty -- even her bare breastbone (although no clearly focused breasts: sorry, guys). Obviously, pro football players have an unfair advantage over the rest of the male populace if even an offensive lineman can wind up with someone like her. Get an eyeful of proof below. -- Michael Roberts

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