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Behati Prinsloo and Chanel Iman Talk Spring Break Essentials

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Victoria's Secret Pink models Behati Prinsloo and Chanel Iman are heading down to Miami for the Pink Beach Bash next Wednesday—an event they're co-hosting in South Beach with the guys from MTV's The Buried Life and that's open to members of the free VS program Pink Nation.

What are Prinsloo and Iman's favorite songs? How do they pick up cute guys? And how do these two models stay in shape all year round? Answers are after the jump.

What is your ultimate spring break song?

Behati: Smashing Pumpkins' 1979 brings back great summer memories. I also have an amazing reggae playlist that I listen to a lot on the beach.

Chanel: Easy—Black Eyed Peas' "The Time (Dirty Bit)"

What is the best way to pick up a boy on the beach?

Behati: Make the first move if you like a boy on the beach. Just be yourself, wear a sexy little bikini, and go for it.

Chanel: Eye contact is key.

What's in your beach bag?

Behati: Sunglasses, sunblock, iPod with speakers, cover-up, and a good book.

Chanel: Tanning oil.

Any workouts or special diets before you hit the beach?

Behati: I like doing Pilates all through the year so when Spring Break comes I don't feel like I need to go crazy at the gym to get in shape. I don't believe in diets—try and have a healthy balance of good food and exercise through the year so when Spring Break comes you feel ready for your bikini.

Chanel: I do a lot of squats and sit-ups before I hit the beach.

· VS Pink [Official Site]