Kymberly Herrin, the model and entertainer who got rock fans' consideration in ZZ Top's 1984 music video for "Legs," has kicked the bucket at 65 years old.


A reason for death has not been declared. An eulogy distributed in the St Nick Barbara News-Press just expressed that she "died calmly" on Oct. 28.

Subsequent to moving on from secondary school in 1975, Herrin started seeking after a displaying vocation

The graceful blonde graced the fronts of numerous magazines, including the Walk 1981 issue of Playboy, where she was named "Close companion of the Month."

After two years, ZZ Top would deliver their massively effective collection Eliminator

Music recordings for "Gimme All Your Lovin'" and "Sharp Dressed Man" included a triplet of lovely ladies, for the most part alluded to as the ZZ Top young ladies

 Herrin was not initially part of the gathering, yet before making the video for "Legs," the third of the ZZ Top young ladies set of three, a spot opened up.

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"I was in L.A. celebrating for certain companions. I was up late. I had a chilly," Herrin reviewed in a 2013 meeting.

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"I checked my [answering] machine in St Nick Barbara and there was the [ZZ Top] projecting call. Be there today and I had 60 minutes. I went crazy."

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