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Jeana Turner
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    Because of a condition where her hair tends to fall out – alopecia – she was often mistaken for a male (not the only contestant this season to have the latter issue).
    She also has issues with zits.
    In the wake of a sandstorm at the parachute photo shoot – in what she termed ‘Timbuktu’ – she complained of a damaged cornea.
    If you’re not willing to work with shoes that aren’t quite your size, don’t expect it to not be an issue at panel. (Shading the artistic director on Insta isn’t a good idea, either.)
    Her out-of-nowhere entry into the pillow fight for the Maejor clip shoot triggered suspicions that she was butting in.
    She referred to herself as ‘a supermodel trapped in a tiny person’s body.’
    She considers herself seriously introverted.
    As the fourth and final returnee to claim a spot in the throwback challenge, her reinstatement affected only one contestant’s final placement.
    For the Pantene ad campaign and editorial, she chose a blonde wig that came off as a copy of another competitor.
    She was spared from two eliminations — one when another contestant quit and the other when guest panelist Philipp Plein couldn’t stop raving about her Pantene editorial.
    It took quite a while this season, but we finally got the dreaded ‘this is a competition’ spiel.
    She also works as a make-up artist.
    At the first Director X video clip shoot, she was put in a flashy gold-toned cocktail-type dress and domed veil (and achieved the #2 callout that round).
    She showed up at the panel for the drag queens photo shoot sporting rhinestones on her head.
    She was the winner of the Jourdan Dunn-sponsored social media challenge — and a shout-out on her own Instagram account.
    Her final picture for the PAPER Magazine cover shoot was judged as Gala meets Natalie Portman – hence the Black Swan comparison – meets Frozen.
    In the second video clip shoot sponsored by Director X, she received a realistic short auburn wig for the dinner scene and a birdcage over her face for her solo shot.
    Born to a black mother with blue eyes, she claims seven different ethnic lineages.
    Outside a seven-way tie for the photo shoot at the Top Model digs, she never had a first callout.

Credit: Cool It All Right?


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