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    She had a slight habit of speaking in the third person (‘Cherish Waters was born to be cherished’).
    She claimed to be the only redhead in her school.
    Her black-brimmed hat would do credit to RunDMC, if not the Amish. (She also never once took it off during choreography practice in the ‘comeback’ episode.)
    For the makeover episode, she wound up with an even more fiery red coloring than her natural color.
    ‘Sticks and stones may break your bones, but bitch, you don’t even faze me.
    In her post-ouster interview with panelist Law Roach, she plainly said that it was ‘absolutely not’ her time to leave (‘I’m America’s Next Top Model, whether you guys like it or not’).
    Want to see some provocative shots? Go to her Insta account. She is a fan of Ellen von Unwerth (who was the photographer)
    At the panel to determine the final flight, she showed up in a black ‘Slay’ muscle shirt (and got called a ‘kooky queen’ by Rita).
    At the crowdsurfing photo shoot, Zendaya indicated that she was giving off Nicole Kidman vibes.
    She was one of the few contestants to come to Courtney’s defense amid accusations of a victim complex (which started with the late-night house-wide argument following Justine’s exit).
    She had been working professionally for about eight years prior to her Next Top Model season (where she was 25).
    She took her elimination cheerfully, without any tears or fuss, even punctuating it with a kiss (which would have driven Tyra bananas).

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