She was Playboy's Playmate of the Month in January 2007 and Playmate of the Year in 2008. Jayde Nicole began modeling for catalogs and fashion shows at the age of six. When she was 15, a model scout "discovered" her near the Air Canada Centre as she was leaving a concert. Jayde attended George Brown College and studied hotel management, but dropped out to pursue her modeling career.
Jayde Nicole has also appeared on the covers of Guitar World Magazine, Maxim, FG, Elle, Teen Vogue, Cosmo Girl, Vegas Magazine and more.
Aside from modeling, Jayde Nicole has appeared on MTV's "The Hills." On the show, she got into disagreements with Kristin Cavallari and Audrina Patridge over Brody Jenner's attention. Jayde Nicole also filmed a pilot "The Girls Next Door: The Bunny House," and appeared on "Holly's World."
Jayde Nicole has a tattoo above her pubis bone that reads "Respect." In regards to rumors that she has had plastic surgery, she said, "The big thing with me, no one thinks I'm all natural, but I am.I haven't had any work done" (hills2city.wordpress.com). When she saw herself in Playboy, she said, "I think I was kind of weird looking. I have almond eyes. One [eye] is higher than the other and super pouty lips that everyone thinks are fake. I just think my weirdness is attractive, because it's real and unique" (coedmagazine.com).
Jayde Nicole supports PETA, going so far as to pose in a lettuce bikini to encourage vegetarianism. She also created Lengths for Love, which encourages people to donate their hair for pediatric patient wigs.
When looking for a guy, Jayde Nicole said, "My guy has to be honest, trust worthy and funny. He has to baby and spoil me. Many girls don't admit that this is something they want, but they all do. I'm just willing to say it."
Jayde Nicole is currently building her fitness company at JaydeNicole.com. From personal experience, "I had to figure out how to work out, lose fat while toning, but not get too muscular." She is now a Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Fitness Nutritionist with the International Sports and Science Association. She has been a vegetarian since the age of 4.
Jayde Nicole said, "I always want to be better. I am never satisfied. Once I reach a goal I set another one. It can be a positive thing as well, but sometimes you just need to be happy where you are" (directlyfitness.com).
Jayde Nicole lives part time in Cabo, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.