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America's Next Top Model (cycle 19)
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Cycle 19 cast
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 13
Release
Original network The CW
Original release

August 24 (2012-08-24) – November 16, 2012 (2012-11-16)

Additional information
Judges
No. of contestants 13
Winner Laura James
Cycle chronology
← Previous
Cycle 18
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Cycle 20

The nineteenth cycle of America's Next Top Model (subtitled as America's Next Top Model: College Edition), consisted of thirteen episodes and was broadcast on The CW. It aired from August 24, 2012, until November 16, 2012, and was promoted by the catchphrase "Only One Can Be Top of the Class". The program saw thirteen women, all of whom were enrolled in higher education, compete for the title of America's Next Top Model, providing them with an opportunity to begin their career in the modeling industry. Its premise was originated with model Tyra Banks, who additionally serves as its executive producer and presenter.

The international destination during the cycle was Ocho Rios, Jamaica, becoming the second occasion in which the series traveled to the country, after cycle 3.

The winner of the competition was 21-year-old Paul Smith's College student Laura James from Cambridge, New York.

Format changes

Casting

This was the first cycle to feature a cast of all-new contestants since cycle 16 (cycle 17 (All-Stars) featured only returning contestants from previous cycles, while cycle 18 (British Invasion) featured seven new American models alongside seven returning contestants from previous cycles of Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model).

Judges

Judge and fashion photographer Nigel Barker, runway coach Miss J. Alexander and photo shoot creative director Jay Manuel were dismissed from the show after the previous cycle in an attempt to revitalize the show. They were replaced by British model Rob Evans and Filipino fashion blogger Bryanboy. Johnny Wujek also joined the crew as the new creative director of photo shoots. Evans and Bryanboy joined the judging panel with Banks and Cutrone, marking the return of four permanent judges since cycle 12. This cycle did not feature guest judges at panel[1]

Public voting

Another change was the incorporation of public voting as a factor in eliminations.[2][3][4][5] A 1–10 scoring system was implemented to determine the merits of each contestant's performances at challenges and photo shoots, and the results for each week were calculated on a 50-point scale, with a maximum possible score of 10 from each of the three judges (Banks, Cutrone and Evans) and for each challenge and a maximum possible average social media score of 10.0. Each week, the girl with the lowest combined score was eliminated from the competition.

Comeback series

The eliminated girls still participated in every photo shoot (including those taking place after the comeback competition was finished), and their photos were also still available to be voted on by the public. This separate competition was documented on the "Comeback series", which was untelevised and instead shown on The CW's official website. It lasted for six weeks, and the winning contestant, with the highest average social media score throughout the cycle (Leila Goldkuhl), was allowed to rejoin the main competition.

Prizes

The prizes for this cycle were a modeling contract with LA Models and NY Model Management, a position the face of the America’s Next Top Model fragrance Dream Come True, a fashion spread in Nylon magazine, campaigns with Nine West and Smashbox cosmetics and a $100,000 cash prize. The following prizes were removed: A position as guest correspondent for Extra, a fashion spread in Vogue Italia, a cover of and fashion spread in Beauty In Vogue, a single produced and released by CBS Records[6] and a US$100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics, the series' long-time sponsor.[7]

Contestants

(ages stated are at start of contest)[8]

Contestant Age Height Hometown School Outcome Place
Jessie Rabideau 23 5 ft 9.75 in (1.77 m) Speedway, Indiana University of Southern California Episode 2 13
Maria Tucker 22 5 ft 7.25 in (1.71 m) Las Cruces, New Mexico Harvard University Episode 3 12 (quit)
Darian Ellis 22 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Baton Rouge, Louisiana Louisiana State University 11
Destiny Strudwick 18 5 ft 8.5 in (1.74 m) Columbus, Ohio Aveda Institute Columbus Episode 4 10
Yvonne Powless 20 5 ft 8.5 in (1.74 m) Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Texas at Austin Episode 6 9
Allyssa Vuelma 20 5 ft 10.5 in (1.79 m) Fort Lauderdale, Florida Florida State University Episode 7 8
Brittany Brown 18 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Gilbert, Arizona Chandler–Gilbert Community College Episode 8 7
Victoria Henley 18 5 ft 9.5 in (1.77 m) Colquitt, Georgia Liberty University Episode 9 6
Kristin Kagay 19 5 ft 7.25 in (1.71 m) Jacksonville, Florida Florida State College at Jacksonville Episode 10 5
Nastasia Scott 19 5 ft 8.25 in (1.73 m) East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania East Stroudsburg University Episode 11 4
Leila Goldkuhl 20 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Framingham, Massachusetts University of Rhode Island Episode 12 3
Kiara Belen 22 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Las Vegas, Nevada University of California, Irvine 2
Laura James 21 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Cambridge, New York Paul Smith's College 1

Episode summaries

The Girl Who Makes the Grade

Originally aired August 24, 2012[9][10]

Thirteen finalists were selected from a group of thirty semi-finalists.

The Girl Who Cries Home

Originally aired August 31, 2012[11][12][13]

The contestants' first challenge was a dance-themed runway show at Club Eden, Hollywood; the judges for the challenge were panelist Rob Evans and choreographer Jonte'. Yvonne won the challenge and she was allowed to stay in the "Tyra Suite" for the rest of the week. The contestants portrayed taxidermied animals for their first official photo shoot.

Leila received the highest score of the week, while Jessie received the lowest and was the first contestant eliminated.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Leila 10 10 10 5 5.4 40.4
2 Nastasia 8 7 8 9 4.6 36.6
3 Brittany 7 9 6 9 5.3 36.3
4 Laura 9 8 8 5 6.0 36.0
5 Kristin 8 9 7 4 6.7 34.7
6 Kiara 7 7 8 8 4.3 34.3
7 Yvonne 6 6 6 10 5.8 33.8
8 Allyssa 9 5 6 7 5.1 32.1
9 Victoria 8 5 6 7 5.2 31.2
10 Darian 6 5 5 8 4.9 28.9
11 Maria 6 5 6 6 5.1 28.1
12 Destiny 6 6 5 5 4.9 26.9
13 Jessie 5 4 4 4 5.37 22.4

The Girl Who Wants Out

Originally aired September 7, 2012[14][15][16]

The contestants were taken to the Cristophe Salon for makeovers. For the first time in the series' history, they were allowed to choose whether or not they received a makeover, but the makeovers would not be revealed until after everyone had made their decision, and they would not be able to revoke their decisions after the makeovers were revealed. Maria and Victoria refused their makeovers, while everyone else accepted. For the photo shoot, they posed nude with Rob Evans. Maria withdrew from the competition while the shoot was in progress.

Victoria received the highest score of the week, while Darian received the lowest and was the second contestant eliminated.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Media Total
1 Victoria 10 9 9 6.2 34.2
2 Brittany 10 10 9 4.9 33.9
3 Allyssa 10 8 9 5.9 32.9
4 Leila 9 7 10 6.2 32.2
5 Laura 8 8 10 6.0 32.0
6 Nastasia 6 7 9 6.1 28.1
7 Kristin 8 7 6 6.9 27.9
8 Destiny 6 7 7 5.1 25.1
9 Kiara 9 4 7 4.1 24.1
10 Yvonne 6 4 6 4.81 20.8
11 Darian 7 5 4 4.78 20.8

The Girl Who Does What Tyler Perry Says

Originally aired September 14, 2012[17][18][19]

The contestants were judged by Tyra Banks and Tyler Perry for their next challenge, which took place on 3rd Street, Santa Monica Boulevard; they portrayed "over-the-top" characters. Kiara won and was given a role in one of Perry's newest productions. The week's photo shoot took place at Universal Studios, where the contestants portrayed zombies.

Laura received the highest score of the week, while Destiny received the lowest and was the third contestant eliminated.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Laura 9 9 9 8 7.5 42.5
2 Leila 9 7 9 6 6.29 37.3
3 Brittany 8 8 9 7 5.27 37.3
4 Allyssa 8 7 7 8 5.5 35.5
5 Kiara 6 6 6 10 4.7 32.7
6 Nastasia 9 6 7 5 5.4 32.4
7 Victoria 6 6 6 8 5.2 31.2
8 Kristin 7 4 6 8 5.9 30.9
9 Yvonne 6 5 5 9 4.5 29.5
10 Destiny 5 5 6 6 5.0 27.0
  • Featured photographer: Ricky Middlesworth
  • Special guests: Tyler Perry

The Girl Who Sings for Alicia Keys

Originally aired September 21, 2012[20][21]

For the week's challenge, the contestants walked in a fashion show wearing designs by Mara Hoffman, in collaboration with HIV charity Keep a Child Alive. The audience were allowed to bid on the dresses the contestants wore, and Kiara's received the highest bid, making her the winner of the challenge. As her prize was allowed to join Alicia Keys on her Set the World on Fire tour. For the photo shoot, the contestants portrayed cheerleaders while being thrown in the air.

Nastasia received the highest score of the week, while Leila received the lowest and was the fourth contestant eliminated.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Nastasia 8 9 10 8 5.85 40.9
2 Laura 9 9 6 9 5.69 38.7
3 Kristin 6 9 10 7 6.1 38.1
4 Kiara 8 8 7 10 4.3 37.3
5 Victoria 8 6 8 9 5.5 36.5
6 Yvonne 9 7 9 6 5.37 36.4
7 Allyssa 8 6 6 5 5.76 30.8
8 Brittany 6 6 6 7 4.49 29.5
9 Leila 6 4 7 6 6.01 29.0
  • Featured photographer: Sarah Silver
  • Special guests: Alicia Keys, Mara Hoffman, Jonte'

The Girl Who Gets Pwn'd

Originally aired September 28, 2012[22][23]

The contestants went to Culver Studios for the challenge, where they acted out a video game scene; the judges for the challenge were model Chrissy Teigen and Naughty Dog narrative lead Taylor Kurosaki. Laura won the challenge and was given the opportunity to be featured in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. After this, the contestants took part in a Steampunk-themed photo shoot with an owl from Harry Potter film series.

Laura received the highest score of the week, while Yvonne received the lowest and was the fifth contestant eliminated.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Laura 10 10 10 9 7.16 46.2
2 Brittany 10 6 9 8 6.07 39.1
3 Allyssa 8 8 7 7 5.69 35.7
4 Kristin 8 7 6 8 4.88 33.9
5 Kiara 8 6 7 7 4.82 32.8
6 Nastasia 9 7 5 5 5.84 31.8
7 Victoria 7 8 6 6 4.70 31.7
8 Yvonne 6 5 7 8 4.48 30.5
  • Featured photographer: Mike Ruiz
  • Special guests: Chrissy Teigen, Taylor Kurosaki, Mike Mukatis, P'Trique

The Girl Who Licks the Floor

Originally aired October 5, 2012[24][25][26]

For the week's challenge, the contestants were split into two groups and photographed each other doing "random acts of modeling" on a road trip. Laura won; her prize was a segment as a host on Nylon TV. For the week's photo shoot, the contestants did a photo shoot in which they had to pose in "off-guard" situations.

Nastasia received the highest score of the week, while Allyssa received the lowest and was the sixth contestant eliminated.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Nastasia 10 9 10 8 5.23 42.2
2 Brittany 10 8 9 6 6.24 39.2
3 Kristin 8 8 8 8 6.13 38.1
4 Victoria 8 8 9 6 5.70 36.7
5 Kiara 7 8 9 7 4.89 35.9
6 Laura 7 6 6 9 4.94 32.9
7 Allyssa 8 5 5 7 5.01 29.0
  • Featured photographer: Douglas Friedman
  • Special guests: Marissa Montgomery, Marvin Scott Jarrett

The Girl Who Comes Back

Originally aired October 19, 2012[27][28][29]

The contestants went on go-sees for the challenge; Laura won, having booked two designers (Guess and Whitney Port). For their photo shoot, the contestants had "fashion mugshots" taken at a prison.

Laura received the highest score of the week for the third time, while Brittany received the lowest and was the seventh contestant eliminated. After Brittany's elimination, the six previously-eliminated contestants, who had taken part in all of the previous photo shoots, filed into the judging room for the results of the "comeback" competition. The episode ended on a cliffhanger, with the results being revealed the following episode.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Laura 9 9 9 7.6 6.465 41.1
2 Kristin 7 8 8 6.5 6.277 35.8
3 Kiara 7 7 9 7.5 4.310 34.8
4 Nastasia 8 7 7 6.5 4.835 33.3
5 Victoria 8 6 7 7.3 4.326 32.6
6 Brittany 7 5 6 6.7 5.644 30.1

The Girls Go to Jamaica

Originally aired October 26, 2012[30][31][32]

Leila was revealed as the contestant with the highest average fan vote score out of the seven eliminated contestants, meaning she was reinstated into the contest. The final six (Leila, Kiara, Kristin, Laura, Nastasia and Victoria) were flown to Jamaica for the remaining rounds of the competition. They were split into pairs for the challenge, in which they performed dancehall routines; they were judged by Jonte' and dancehall recording artist Konshens. Kiara and Nastasia won; their prize was over $3,000 worth of jewelry from Piece-is of Bianca. For the photo shoot, the contestants created a love triangle scene, with Rob Evans and other male models as featured extras.

Nastasia received the highest score of the week for the third time, while Victoria received the lowest and was the seventh contestant eliminated.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Nastasia 7 8 10 9 5.341 39.3
2 Laura 8 9 9 7 5.874 38.9
3 Leila 6 8 8 8 4.9 34.9
4 Kristin 8 6 7 7 5.274 33.3
5 Kiara 6 6 7 9 4.513 32.5
6 Victoria 7 6 6 8 4.297 31.3
  • Featured photographer: William Richards
  • Special guests: Konshens, Jonte'

The Girl Who Becomes Art for Tyra

Originally aired November 2, 2012[33][34][35][36]

For the challenge, the contestants modeled bikinis by Cedella Marley (daughter of singers Bob and Rita Marley) while rising out of the ocean on a dolphin. Leila won and received a House of Marley package worth over $3,000 and a spa treatment courtesy of Half Moon resort. For the photo shoot, photographed by Tyra Banks, the contestants portrayed warriors at Dunn's River Falls.

Leila received the highest score of the week, while Kiara's photo was chosen by Banks to hang in her house. Kristin received the lowest score and was the eighth contestant eliminated.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Leila 10 10 10 9 7.428 46.4
2 Kiara 10 9 10 7 6.184 42.2
3 Nastasia 9 8 9 8 6.3 40.3
4 Laura 8 7 9 6 5.909 35.9
5 Kristin 9 7 8 5 4.978 34.0
  • Featured photographer: Tyra Banks
  • Special guests: Cedella Marley, P'Trique

The Girl Who Freaks Out On Horseback

Originally aired November 9, 2012[37][38][39]

For the challenge, the contestants filmed a trial television commercial for the Jamaica Tourist Board. Kiara won and got to shoot an official television spot that would be broadcast worldwide as her prize. Following this, they did a photo shoot for Dream Come True.

Kiara received the highest score of the week. Nastasia received the lowest score and was the ninth contestant eliminated, leaving Kiara, Laura and Leila as the final three finalists.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Kiara 8 7 9 9 6.005 39.0
2 Leila 8 8 9 6 6.110 37.1
3 Laura 7 7 8 8 5.836 35.8
4 Nastasia 8 9 7 6 5.527 35.5

The Girl Who Becomes America's Next Top Model

Originally aired November 16, 2012[40][41]

The final three contestants, Kiara, Laura and Leila, along with the previous-eliminated contestants walked in the final runway show at Rose Hall in Montego Bay, and shot for Nine West and Nylon magazine photo shoot.

At the end of the episode, Laura was crowned the nineteenth winner of America's Next Top Model.

Scores
Model Tyra Kelly Rob Chal. Media Total
1 Laura 9 9 10 7.6 5.6 41.2
2 Kiara 7 8 9 8.3 4.3 36.6
3 Leila 8 8 7 6.7 5.5 35.2
  • Featured photographers: Jez Smith, Jimmy Fontaine
  • Special guests: Sophie Sumner, Lori Taylor, DJ Crazy Neil, J. Errico

The Girl With The Best Top Model Freakout

Originally aired November 16, 2012[42][43][44]

This episode recapped the cycle, with previously unaired footage being shown.

Comeback series

For this cycle, America's Next Top Model launched a web-series called The Comeback Series. After being eliminated, the girls continued to participate in the photo shoots under the premise that the audience would select one of them to return to the competition later. Leila returned to the competition in episode 9 for having accumulated the highest average fan score for her photographs.[45]

Model Public vote average
7
Destiny
4.53
6
Darian
4.64
5
Yvonne
4.76
4
Jessie
5.04
3
Brittany
5.41
2
Allyssa
5.44
1
Leila
5.84

Summaries

Call-out order

Order Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 Kristin Leila Victoria Laura Nastasia Laura Nastasia Laura Nastasia Leila Kiara Laura
2 Nastasia Nastasia Brittany Leila Laura Brittany Brittany Kristin Laura Kiara Leila Kiara
3 Laura Brittany Allyssa Brittany Kristin Allyssa Kristin Kiara Leila Nastasia Laura Leila
4 Allyssa Laura Leila Allyssa Kiara Kristin Victoria Nastasia Kristin Laura Nastasia
5 Destiny Kristin Laura Kiara Victoria Kiara Kiara Victoria Kiara Kristin
6 Kiara Kiara Nastasia Nastasia Yvonne Nastasia Laura Brittany Victoria
7 Leila Yvonne Kristin Victoria Allyssa Victoria Allyssa
8 Darian Allyssa Destiny Kristin Brittany Yvonne
9 Maria Victoria Kiara Yvonne Leila
10 Jessie Darian Yvonne Destiny
11 Brittany Maria Darian
12 Yvonne Destiny Maria
13 Victoria Jessie
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant won the competition
     The contestant quit the competition
  • In episode 1, the pool of 30 semi-finalists was reduced to the final 13.
  • In episode 3, Maria quit the competition during the photo shoot.
  • At the end of episode 8, the eliminated girls (Allyssa, Darian, Destiny, Jessie, Leila & Yvonne) were brought back into the elimination room after Brittany's elimination, then at the beginning of episode 9, Leila returned to the competition as a result of having received the highest average social media score.

Scoring chart

Place Model Episodes Total score[a] Average[a]
2 3[b] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 Laura 36.0 32.0 42.5 38.7 46.2 32.9 41.0 38.9 35.9 35.8 41.2 429.1 39.0
2 Kiara 34.3 24.1 32.7 37.3 32.8 35.9 34.8 32.5 42.2 39.0 36.6 388.2 35.3
3 Leila 40.4 32.2 37.3 29.0 34.9[c] 46.4 37.1 35.2 300.6 37.6
4 Nastasia 36.6 28.1 32.4 40.9 31.8 42.2 33.3 39.3 40.3 35.5 367.4 36.7
5 Kristin 34.7 27.9 30.9 38.1 33.9 38.1 35.8 33.3 34.0 313.7 34.9
6 Victoria 31.2 34.2 31.2 36.5 31.7 36.7 32.6 31.3 274.0 34.2
7 Brittany 36.3 33.9 37.3 29.5 39.1 39.2 30.3 254.1 36.3
8 Allyssa 32.1 32.9 35.5 30.8 35.7 29.0 204.2 34.0
9 Yvonne 33.8 20.8 29.5 36.4 30.5 156.2 31.2
10 Destiny 26.9 25.1 27.0 85.3 28.4
11 Darian 28.9 20.8 54.9 27.5
12 Maria 28.1 Quit[d] 28.1 28.1
13 Jessie 22.4 22.4 22.4
     Indicates the contestant won the competition.
     The contestant received the highest score of the week
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant was in the bottom two
     The contestant quit the competition
  1. ^ a b There was no challenge in episode 3, so the maximum possible score that week was 40.0, instead of the usual 50.0. As a result of this, to calculate each girl's total score and average, the scores for episode 3 have been multiplied by 1.25.
  2. ^ Yvonne and Darian's scores are the same, due to rounding. Yvonne's unrounded score is 20.81 and Darian's is 20.78.
  3. ^ Leila returned to the competition in episode 9.
  4. ^ Maria quit the competition during episode 3's photo shoot.

Photo shoot guide

  • Episode 1 photo shoot: Posing in bikinis (casting)
  • Episode 2 photo shoot: Taxidermy mounted head beauty shots
  • Episode 3 photo shoot: Black and white nude in a garden with Rob Evans
  • Episode 4 photo shoot: Apocalyptic zombies
  • Episode 5 photo shoot: Cheerleaders in the air
  • Episode 6 photo shoot: Steampunk fashion with an owl on a train
  • Episode 7 photo shoot: Gross and sticky situations in a motel
  • Episode 8 photo shoot: Prison mugshots
  • Episode 9 photo shoot: River raft love triangle
  • Episode 10 photo shoot: Waterfall warriors
  • Episode 11 photo shoot: Dream Come True fragrance in a beach
  • Episode 12 photo shoots: Nine West advertisements; Nylon Magazine spreads

Makeovers

  • Alyssa – Dyed darker
  • Brittany – Cut shorter and dyed dark blonde
  • Darian – Long layered bob
  • Destiny – Long pieces in front and shaved in back with caramel highlights
  • Kiara – Dark weave with fixed eyebrows
  • Kristin – Bangs with shoulder length hair
  • Laura – Dyed ice blonde and bleached eyebrows
  • Leila – Dyed blonde and brown
  • Maria – Refused makeover
  • Nastasia – Dyed lighter
  • Victoria – Refused makeover
  • Yvonne – Extensions added

Ratings

No episode aired on October 12 due to the network's re-airing of the pilot episode of Arrow.

No. in
Series
No. in
Cycle
Episode Air Date 18-49 (Rating/Share) Viewers (m)
229 1 "The Girl Who Makes The Grade" August 24, 2012 (2012-08-24) 0.4/2[46] 1.09[46]
230 2 "The Girl Who Cries Home" August 31, 2012 (2012-08-31) 0.4/2[47] 1.07[47]
231 3 "The Girl Who Wants Out" September 7, 2012 (2012-09-07) 0.6/2[48] 1.49[48]
232 4 "The Girl Who Does What Tyler Perry Says" September 14, 2012 (2012-09-14) 0.6/2[49] 1.41[49]
233 5 "The Girl Who Sings For Alicia Keys" September 21, 2012 (2012-09-21) 0.5/2[50] 1.32[50]
234 6 "The Girl Who Gets Pwn'd" September 28, 2012 (2012-09-28) 0.5/2[51] 0.96[51]
235 7 "The Girl Who Licks the Floor" October 5, 2012 (2012-10-05) 0.5/2[52] 1.11[52]
236 8 "The Girl Who Comes Back" October 19, 2012 (2012-10-19) 0.6/2[53] 1.47[53]
237 9 "The Girls Go To Jamaica" October 26, 2012 (2012-10-26) 0.4/1[54] 1.14[54]
238 10 "The Girl Who Becomes Art For Tyra" November 2, 2012 (2012-11-02) 0.4/1[55] 1.26[55]
239 11 "The Girl Who Freaks Out On Horseback" November 9, 2012 (2012-11-09) 0.6/2[56] 1.41[56]
240 12 "The Girl Who Becomes America's Next Top Model" November 16, 2012 (2012-11-16) 0.6/2[57] 1.36[57]
241 13 "The Girl With The Best Top Model Freakout" 0.3/1[57] 0.77[57]

Post-Top Model careers

  • Kiara Belen has been signed with Slater Model Management in Los Angeles and took part in a photo shoot for designer Daniel Magana with Los Angeles–based fashion photographer Hasson Harris.[58] In this same shoot, Kiara partnered with male model Tosh Yanez.[59] Kiara teamed up again with Tosh Yanez and photographer Hasson Harris for a second shoot.[60] She also appeared on the "Jaywalking All-Stars" segment on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno along with Allyssa Vuelma and Jessie Rabideau, had a spread for SheWolf Magazine and has walked for the 2013 L.A. Fashion Week.[61][62]
  • Brittany Brown has booked campaigns for Payless and ECCO. She has also walked for Phoenix Fashion Week and modeled for designer Masai Payan with fellow ANTM contestant Raina Hein.[63] She also hosted an event for Green Street Reality Celebration Fashion Show and had a cover and spread for Java Magazine.[64]
  • Darian Ellis has modeled for JM Couture and has walked for NOLA Fashion Week. She also took part in a modeling seminar and hosted a model workshop.[65]
  • Leila Goldkuhl has been signed with NEXT Model Management in Los Angeles,[66] Miami,[67] Milan[68] and New York.[69] She is also signed with Chic Model Management in Sydney.[70] She was chosen by designer Riccardo Tisci to walk in the Givenchy Spring 2016 collection as a worldwide exclusive,[citation needed] and appeared in Givenchy's spring/summer 2016 advertising campaign, which was shot by Mert and Marcus.[71] and became the face of fall ready-to-wear campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana[72] and Just Cavalli.[73] In 2016, she appeared in editorials for Japanese, German and Australian Vogue,[74][75] W (magazine),[76] Harper's Bazaar and CR Fashion Book.[77] In addition, she has walked for Versace, Fendi, Tom Ford, Hermes, Stella McCartney, Kenzo, Giambattista Valli and Max Mara.
  • Victoria Henley has been signed with Models International and Aston Models.[78][79] She has walked in Miami Fashion Week. She has modeled for Studio EnVogue Photography and also did a cover for Coastal Lifestyle Magazine. She also hosted a fashion show in Alabama and is currently pursuing an acting career.[80][81][82]
  • Laura James has been signed with New York Model Management, L.A. Models and Paragon Model Management.[83][84] She also shot a campaign with Nine West and Smashbox Cosmetics as a part of her prize package. She also became the face of the America’s Next Top Model perfume "Dream Come True" and had a cover and a spread in Nylon magazine. On March 28, 2013, she shot a campaign with Guess along with world-renowned DJ Tiësto and another female model for WMag Event.[85][86]
  • Kristin Kagay has been signed with Manikin Model & Talent Agency in Jacksonville, The Lions Management in New York, P Models, LE Management in Denmark and MD Management in Germany under the name Gabrielle Kagay.[87][88][89][90] She has done a cover for Surf Fanatics and modeled for 8103 Clothing.[91]
  • Yvonne Powless has gone back to University of Texas at Austin to finish her English and French courses.
  • Jessie Rabideau has modeled for Lee Cypress Photography and Ingenue Collection. She appeared on the "Jaywalking All-Stars" segment on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno along with Allyssa Vuelma and Kiara Belen.[92]
  • Nastasia Scott has been signed with Wilhelmina Models in New York and has modeled for Remrod and Tuan Lee Photography, Hollywood Stylist and Nene L.A Shiro.[93] She is a model in Project Runway: All Stars (season 4).
  • Destiny Strudwick has done multiple print advertisements for a summer magazine and has also taken some test shots.
  • Maria Tucker has been signed at Maggie Inc. in Boston since 2011. Through Maggie, she has worked for Puma, Reebok, Clark's, Life Is Good, Audi, and more. She received a master's in archaeology of religion from Harvard in the spring of 2012.
  • Allyssa Vuelma has done a few test shots and is currently working as a freelance model. She appeared on the "Jaywalking All-Stars" segment on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno along with Jessie Rabideau and Kiara Belen.

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