Chris Aldrich, a public accountant living in San Diego, said he took a leap of faith to be on the show.
“It was an eye opening experience, I’m just a regular guy, I don’t do this naked thing ever,” Aldrich told FOX411. The people were incredible, the location was beautiful.
"As it progressed I became less concerned with my own nerves I was more focused on making sure everyone around me, and the girls, that they were comfortable and having a good time," he said.
Aldrich is also excited for the billboard and to see the reaction from the fans.
Because I was 17, I was still in a children’s ward. I was in there with 9-year-olds who had tried to kill themselves. The day I got out of the hospital I was in the car and I was listening to Imagine Dragons. I don’t think I realized how important music was to me before that…Three years later, I was opening their U. arena tour.“In my camp we have a different F-word and C-word.
She also is biracial, though she notes she passes as white.
Her father, a manager of a car dealership, is African-American, and her mother, who does security for a hospital, is Italian-American.
While I know people in the industry who want to vote for someone who will protect them financially, I’m looking for a person who will make sure my 17-year-old brother doesn’t get killed someday because he’s half-black.
If that means I lose 50 percent of my income every year, so be it.