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Shanice Carroll
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TV Reality Show Contestant
    She has tattoos over her chest and shoulders.
    There’s always going to be someone in tears in the makeover episode (where she was to receive a ‘big’ Serena Williams coif).
    At the acting challenge, she unwittingly switched up the script… using ‘cornrows’ as the hairstyle, and ‘Hennessey’ in place of ‘tequila’ (which led to an Amber Rose ad-lib over the Sofia Vergara reference).
    She thinks that being from the South goes hand in hand with rhythm. (Her clumsy angular finish was the subject of another competitor’s confessional about the dancing ad challenge — complete with imitation.)
    She tends to be bandy-legged on the runway — and none too receptive to constructive feedback.
    At the PAPER Magazine cover shoot, she began with a Red Carpet Ready look that ended with a problematic wig (followed by a Mary J. Blige look that she likened to a 1970s hooker).
    She reached the site of the PAPER Magazine photo spread in the final episode but got cut before the actual shoot.
    She worked as a manager at a shoe store.
    At the audition panel, she bantered with Tyra about ribs (well, she was a bit of a skinny bones).
    In the end, citing psoriasis issues, she received a slightly different do.
    For the social media vlog challenge sponsored by Patrick Starrr, she introduced herself as ‘Sha-nasty’ (one of her alter egos; she listed another as ‘Sha-mean’).
    Her final picture in the parachute photo shoot – for which she won first callout but didn’t think she had a signature look – drew comparisons to the Cinderella dream.
    At the challenge that immediately preceded Erin’s elimination, she was asked to physically demonstrate the dance of her Sha-nasty avatar (‘ATL Strippah’).
    She cited her younger (lesbian!) sister in two instances — the social media vlogging challenge and the drag queen photo shoot.

Credit: Cool It All Right?

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