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TV Reality Show Contestant
    (December 28, 1993- )
    Born in Detroit, Michigan
    Later based in Flat Rock, Michigan
    Eliminated 10th (comeback episode) in the 24th cycle of America’s Next Top Model
    She had a brain tumor (‘I… was… supposed to die!’).
    In second grade, she lied about going to the bathroom so she could perform to the school’s music teacher (it was a Destiny’s Child song).
    She drew comparisons to fifth-season competitor Coryn.
    She interpreted the Tyramail for the first challenge (in which ‘gliding’ was mentioned) as hang-gliding.
    Get a load of her disco ball-shaped pearly earrings at the pregnant photo shoot!
    Her makeover was a combination of one competitor’s buzz cut and another competitor’s platinum bleaching.
    She was openly peeved about losing the social media vlog challenge — particularly since her graduating younger sister was a fan of its sponsor.
    She prefers ‘cut’ six-pack men over the ‘fat-ass dudes’ (‘let’s work out, let’s get healthy, but… hey, do you, boo’).
    She considers herself lanky.
    As evidenced by the throwback photo shoot helmed by Nigel Barker and explained by third-cycle winner Eva ‘the Diva’ Marcille… ‘it’s a freaking tarantula!’
    She regards Britney Spears as a performance inspiration.
    Six months after her brain tumor – around the time of the 19th cycle – she relocated to Los Angeles.
    She has a clear mature (if not subtle) voice.
    At the first photo shoot / runway show of the season – the latter in which she tripped halfway through – her final snapshot was compared to ‘Lady Gaga and the Queen of Hearts.’
    To be fair, she was paired with a slow talker for the vlog challenge.
    When she heard the Tyramail for the drag queen photo shoot mention ‘R-E-S-P-E-C-T’: ‘We’re doing a photoshoot with Aretha Franklin!… that’s totally not it, of course.’ (Beat.)
    At the casting challenge, she booked two of the three available shows.
    She achieved first callout for the PAPER Magazine cover shoot, in which she channeled a ‘1950s Dream Girl’ (a look that wouldn’t have been out of place on the 1990s R&B scene).
    She was the first competitor to be shown in the final runway walk of the season (featuring all of the eliminated competitors but not the two quitters).

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