America's Next Top Model (cycle 6)

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America's Next Top Model (cycle 6)
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Cycle 6 cast
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 13
Release
Original network UPN
Original release

March 8 (2006-03-08) – May 17, 2006 (2006-05-17)

Additional information
Judges
No. of contestants 13
Winner Danielle Evans
Cycle chronology
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Cycle 5
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Cycle 7

The sixth cycle of America's Next Top Model premiered on March 8, 2006, which would be the last cycle to air on UPN before merging with The WB to create The CW. The catch-phrase for this cycle was "Fairy Tales Come True."

The prizes for this cycle were:

The international destination during this cycle was Bangkok & Phuket, Thailand.

The winner was 20-year-old Danielle Evans from Little Rock, Arkansas.

Contestants[edit]

(ages stated are at start of contest)

Contestant[1] Age Height Hometown Finish Place
Kathy Hoxit[2] 20 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Brevard, North Carolina Episode 2 13
Wendy Wiltz 22 5 ft 9.5 in (1.77 m) New Orleans, Louisiana Episode 3 12
Kari Schmidt[3] 18 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Brookings, South Dakota Episode 4 11
Gina Choe[4] 21 5 ft 8.5 in (1.74 m) Odessa, Florida Episode 5 10
Mollie Sue Steenis[5] 25 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Tampa, Florida Episode 6 9
Leslie Mancia[6] 18 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Higley, Arizona Episode 7 8
Brooke Staricha[7] 22 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Corpus Christi, Texas Episode 8 7
Nnenna Agba[8] 24 5 ft 9.5 in (1.77 m) Houston, Texas Episode 9 6
Furonda Brasfield[9] 24 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Stuttgart, Arkansas Episode 11 5
Sara Albert[10] 22 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) Davis, California Episode 12 4
Jade Cole 26 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) New York, New York Episode 13 3
Joanie Dodds[11] 24 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 2
Danielle Evans[12] 20 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Little Rock, Arkansas 1

Episodes[edit]

The Girl Who Learns How to Dance[edit]

First aired March 8, 2006

The Girls Go Bald[edit]

First aired March 8, 2006

  • Featured photographers: Jay Lawrence Goldman, Pascal Demeester
  • Special guests: Janice Dickinson, Ève Salvail, Todd Newton, Trish Moreno, Rolanda Watts, Trey Smith, Tina Frazier, Sarah Gold

The Girl Who Is A True Miss Diva[edit]

First aired March 15, 2006

  • Featured photographer: Richard Reinsdorf
  • Special guests: Joel Warren, Edward Tricomi, Naima Mora, Rachel Zoe
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Nnenna Agba

The Girl Who Kissed A Roach[edit]

First aired March 22, 2006

  • Featured photographer: Tracy Bayne
  • Special guests: Fern Mallis, Sheri Bodell, Sutan Amrull, Jared Gold
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Nnenna Agba

The Girl Who Kissed A Male Model[edit]

First aired March 29, 2006

  • Featured photographer: Thomas Klementsson
  • Special guests: Janice Dickinson, Lisa D'Amato, Lawrence Zarian, Russel Baer, Christian Marc, John Thomas, Skyler, Vaughn Lowery, Steven Bruns, Zane Holtz
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Danielle Evans

The Girl With Two Bad Takes[edit]

First aired April 5, 2006

The Girl Who Has A Temper[edit]

First aired April 12, 2006

  • Featured photographer: Trevor O'Shana
  • Special guests: Lloyd Klein, the Aswirl twins, Tommy the Clown, Sol Rafael, Mai Quynh, Christian Marc, Sutan Amrull, Roy Campbell
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Nnenna Agba

The Girl Who Has Surgery[edit]

First aired April 19, 2006

  • Featured photographers: Jim De Yonker, Pascal Demeester
  • Special guests: Janice Dickinson, Eva Pigford, Marc Ecko, Mitch Stone, Alexander Rankovic, Charlie Altuna, Dr. Edgardo Falcon, Sutan Amrull, Jeff Lorch, Deprise Brescia, Diana Cole (Jade's mother), John (Nnenna's boyfriend)
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Joanie Dodds

The Girl Who Is A Model, Not A Masseuse[edit]

First aired April 26, 2006

  • Featured photographer: Jaturong Hirankarn
  • Special guests: Rachel McCallister, George Wayne, Dr. Edgardo Falcon, Sutan Amrull
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Joanie Dodds

The Girl Who Is Going To The Moon[edit]

First aired April 26, 2006

The Girl Who Is Rushed To The Emergency Room[edit]

First aired May 3, 2006

  • Featured photographer: Pongsak Tangtiwaja
  • Special guests: Patravadi Mejudhon, Sirithon Srichalakom, Petra Sriwaranon, Sutan Amrull, Siri Udomritthiruj
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Joanie Dodds

The Girls Go to Phuket[edit]

First aired May 10, 2006

  • Featured photographer: Nigel Barker
  • Special guests: Kai Kawtong, Rai von Bueren, Christy Bayle, Eric Crane, Pichita Rucksajit, Jui Rongnarangsin, Disaya Prakobsantisukh
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Danielle Evans

The Girl Who Walked Through The Ancient City[edit]

First aired May 17, 2006

  • Featured photographer: Jim De Yonker
  • Special guests: Charlie Altuna, Sutan Amrull, Roj Singhakul

Summaries[edit]

Call-out order[edit]

Order Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13
1 Jade Nnenna Brooke Jade Furonda Furonda Joanie Joanie Danielle Joanie Joanie Joanie Danielle
2 Sara Sara Danielle Danielle Joanie Sara Jade Furonda Jade Sara Jade Danielle Joanie
3 Mollie Sue Leslie Nnenna Brooke Danielle Leslie Nnenna Nnenna Sara Danielle Danielle Jade
4 Leslie Joanie Kari Joanie Leslie Danielle Furonda Sara Joanie Jade Sara
5 Joanie Kari Furonda Mollie Sue Jade Nnenna Danielle Danielle Furonda Furonda
6 Nnenna Danielle Gina Sara Mollie Sue Joanie Brooke Jade Nnenna
7 Kari Jade Mollie Sue Furonda Sara Brooke Sara Brooke
8 Brooke Mollie Sue Leslie Leslie Nnenna Jade Leslie
9 Danielle Brooke Sara Nnenna Brooke Mollie Sue
10 Kathy Gina Joanie Gina Gina
11 Furonda Wendy Jade Kari
12 Gina Furonda Wendy
13 Wendy Kathy
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant won the competition
  • In episode 1, the pool of 20 girls was reduced to the final 13 who would move on to the main competition. This first call-out does not reflect their performance.
  • Episode 10 was the recap episode.

Photo Shoot Guide[edit]

  • Episode 2 photo shoot: Bald covered in Swarovski crystals
  • Episode 3 photo shoot: Ice princesses in a Magazine
  • Episode 4 photo shoot: Falling fairy tale princesses
  • Episode 5 photo shoot: Future Careers with Male Models
  • Episode 6 Commercial: CoverGirl Clean Liquid Foundation in a Pool Party
  • Episode 7 photo shoot: Krumping
  • Episode 8 photo shoots: Dolls; Emotional Black & White Beauty Shots
  • Episode 9 photo shoot: Mermaids hanging in the Floating Market
  • Episode 11 photo shoot: Posing on an elephant for Venus razors
  • Episode 12 photo shoot: Ocean Pacific swimwear on the beaches of Phuket
  • Episode 13 photo shoot & commercial: CoverGirl lash exact mascara commercial and print ad

Makeovers[edit]

  • Brooke – Golden blonde highlights with layered extensions ala Gisele Bündchen
  • Danielle – Very long Spanish wavy weave and front tooth gap adjusted
  • Furonda – Long, straight middle-part black weave
  • Gina – Layered with edgy cuts and angles
  • Jade – Cut short and dyed honey blonde with matching eyebrows
  • Joanie – More blonde, snaggletooth removed and porcelain crowns added
  • KariBrigitte Bardot inspired big hair
  • Leslie – Thick lusicous extensions
  • Mollie SueMia Farrow inspired pixie cut
  • Nnenna – Shaved bald
  • Sara – Short on the sides and longer on top and dyed platinum blonde
  • Wendy – Golden brown highlights

Post-Top Model careers[edit]

  • Nnenna Agba has signed with OmodelAfrica, eSensual Models, and Bookings Model Agency. She has been on the cover of True Love, Clam, Onyx Style and Time Out London magazines. She has appeared in Essence, Jewel and Arise magazine and has modeled for Red and Lulu. She also appeared in a commercial for McDonald's.[13] She can be seen in the music video "Girlfriend" by Sergey Lazarev.[14][15]
  • Sara Albert had some test shoots with Elite Models Management and appeared in the cover and a spread in Engaged! Magazine. She has since left the industry, and is now married, took the name of her husband and now goes by Sara Hallmark and lives in Washington, D.C. She is currently working at Hogan Lovells as an law firm associate.[16]
  • Furonda Brasfield has a contract with VMH Models in Vancouver that she received through the model scouting firm ModelScouts.com. She had her own show, Model Me TV.[17] She has also appeared in a few ads and numerous runway shows.[18] She also appeared in one episode of Cycle 10. She has since left modelling and now works as a real estate agent.
  • Gina Choe has taken a few test shots, is currently in school and lives in Florida. She is signed with Ford Models Miami under the Lifestyle division.
  • Jade Cole has opened up a productions company, the Biracial Butterfly Productions. She has also been featured in several ads for Nelly's Apple Bottoms Clothing Line. She was signed to Diva Models, Singapore; Dream Models, Hong Kong; Uber-Warning Models, Los Angeles; VMH Models, Vancouver and SMG Models, Seattle by the model scouting firm ModelScouts.com and to Elite Model Management in Hong Kong in 2009.[19] She has appeared in the music videos "Go On Girl" by Ne-Yo and "Digital Girl" by Jamie Foxx ft. Kanye West, The-Dream, & Drake[20] Cole was asked to be a contestant on America's Next Top Model: All-Stars, but declined due to contract agreement.[21]
  • Joanie Dodds has been featured in several magazines. She appeared in one episode of Cycle 8 posing for photograph with contestant Renee Alway and she later appeared in Cycle 10. She was also a guest judge on Vietnamese Modeling Project, its format is related to ANTM. She has been signed to Elite Model Management in New York, Über-Warning Models and Elite Model Management in Hong Kong.[22][23] Also a licensed contractor, Joanie was co-host of DIY Network's "Run My Renovation" for four seasons.
  • Danielle Evans has collected all of her prizes and appeared in campaigns with Sephora, Tory Burch and Akedemiks. She was signed with Ford Models and has had her covergirl contract renewed multiple times. She is currently signed with Click Model Management. She was featured on Project Runway and the series' Top Model in Action during Cycles 11 & 13.
  • Kathy Hoxit is looking for agencies in New York.
  • Leslie Mancia is signed to Ford Models in Los Angeles, Muse Management in New York City, and The Arizona Agency. She used to be signed with Elite Model Management in Los Angeles and Miami, Nous Model Management, Major Model Management, and Percent Model Management.[24] She recently walked for Anya Ayoung Chee in the Project Runway season 9 finale. She also modeled for Michael Costello in Project Runway: All Stars.
  • Kari Schmidt has returned to school, plans to model when she is done with school.
  • Brooke Staricha has been with various agencies and is signed with I Model and Talent in New York.
  • Mollie Sue Steenis-Gondi is signed to several modeling agencies, including Elite in New York and Barcelona, Storm Model Management, and Why Not Model Agency. She has been featured in Vogue, has modeled for Levi's, Vision, Winners F06, Florida International, Out, D La Repubblica Delle Donne, Mixte, Tush, ANNA, Madame Figaro, eLuxury.com, Zink, Madame, Cosmopolitan, CopCopines, Fashion, Self, Diesel, The Lake & Stars F/W 07, Adorn W 07, Grazia, Vanidad, Avant-Garde, Sang Bleu, Gondi Ishiko, Soon, Rene Furterer International Magazine, Style Mag, Intersection, and appeared in Top Model in Action in Cycle 11.
  • Wendy Wiltz is represented by I.D. Model Management.

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