She also made a 2009 appearance on found its ninth winner in Saleisha Stowers in 2007.
The then-21-year-old star won out against Chantal Jones and Jenah Doucette, taking home the title at the finale in China.
She expanded her career in 2013, publishing beating Melrose Bickerstaff and Eugena Washington to win it in the end.
NOW: English continues to model with Abrams Artists Agency, appearing in ads for Night Lift lingerie and Ray-Ban.
She also hosted The N’s reality series in 2004.
The reality alum walked in Michael Costello’s Fall/Winter 2015 fashion show at New York Fashion Week, and appeared on HSN as a brand ambassador in 2015. native was particularly short for a winner, but still managed to edge out Yaya Da Costa and Amanda Swafford at the finale in Japan.The star, who covered which followed the couple’s engagement, wedding and first year of marriage from 2005 to 2008. In recent years, Curry continued her reality turn, appearing on Play Station Network’s in 2004.Known for her classic beauty and serious drive, the then-23-year-old Floridian beat out Mercedes Scelba-Shorte and Shandi Sullivan in the final days to win a modeling contract.The reality show, which debuted in May 2003, airs its series finale Friday, Dec. In honor of the show’s illustrious run, catch up with the 21 previous winners of THEN: Illinois native Adrianne Curry became the country’s first-ever next top model when the show aired its Cycle 1 finale on July 15, 2003.The laid-back brunette, then 20, modeled Baby Phat in the final challenge and beat out fellow finalists Shannon Stewart and Elyse Sewell to take home the crown." class="lazy Owl owl-lazy" data-action="gallery-slide-image"‘s fourth cycle in 2005 when she was 21 years old.NOW: A decade after her win, Mora now describes herself as a “Musician, Vocalist, Author, Model and Public Speaker.” In the process of readying her debut studio album, the star penned a book, THEN: A famously polarizing contestant, Nicole Linkletter won the show’s fifth cycle at the age of 20.NOW: An active runway and print model eight years later, Gonzalez spends time mentoring the next generation of models through her Cha Cha Diva workshops. The Puerto Rico-born beauty found success after trying out for the previous cycle.NOW: An active runway and print model eight years later, Gonzalez spends time mentoring the next generation of models through her Cha Cha Diva workshops.The Puerto Rico-born beauty found success after trying out for the previous cycle.She beat Natasha Galkina — now better known as Natalie Gal — and Renee Alway to book the prize of a Seventeen spread and a modeling contract.