// Nikki "Hoopz" Alexander
Nicknames: Nikki, Hoopz
Birth Date: July 12, 1983
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown
Measurements: 34C, 25,37
Weight: 120 lb
// Nikki "Hoopz" Alexander Biography
Nicole Alexander has a very interesting heritage. She was born to an Italian-American mother and an African-American father, and currently lives in Dearborn, Michigan. Before breaking into the performance business, she and her uncle bought and renovated houses.
Nicole Alexander has a television appearance to her credit where she was looking for love. She appeared on the first season of Flavor of Love at age 22. Nicole took up residence in'Flav's' mansion" along with the show's other contestants for about 2 months and 'Flav' chose her as the winner over Tiffany Pollard , the other finalist. 'Flav' decided to show his affection by giving Nicole Alexander a set of gold teeth similar to his own. When the series’ reunion special took place, Nicole revealed that she and ‘Flav’ were no longer together as a couple. The breakup ‘Flav’ went on to make a second season of Flavor of Love.
More TV credits include:
MTV's Wild 'N Out”. Nicole Alexander has since received many scripts for movies to read through. The one she is currently auditioning for is “Friends Are Forever”.
Nicole Alexander was mentioned in the song "Wouldn't Get Far" by rap artist The Game. Nicole’s nickname comes up in the song lyrics:
“I got the scoop on Hoopz, whatever the case
She'll let you spray in her face long as you Bathe In Apes"
The phrase in the song suggesting that Alexander only participated in 'Flav’s' show to become famous, and tends to use other rap artists and entertainers in the same way. In 2006, she was linked to rapper T.I. and rumors were rampant that she had been involved in a threesome, with T.I. and another woman.
Nicole Alexander has also had an appearance in King Magazine. She had done pin-up calendars, and her pictures can be found all over the Internet.
She also has appeared in music video clips such as Will Smith's "Party Starter" and Lil Keke's "Chunk Up the Deuce, has done a few appearances in commercials and had the small role in “Easier, Softer Way” of Mekhi Phifer.