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America's Next Top Model 9


America's Next Top Model 9 (Courtesy Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)


America's Next Top Model Cycle 9 was the ninth cycle of America's Next Top Model and the third season of the series to be aired on The CW network. This cycle's promotional tagline was "The Future Of Fashion".

The international destinations during this cycle were Shanghai and Beijing, China. The winner, similar to Cycles 7 and 8, won management and representation by Elite Model Management, a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics, and a cover and six-page spread within Seventeen magazine.

The winner was 21 year-old Saleisha Stowers from Los Angeles, California.

Episode summaries

The Girls Go Cruisin'

Original Airdate: September 19, 2007

The ninth cycle premieres with 33 girls receiving a phone call from Tyra Banks, announcing that they are the semifinalists. The 33 convene at a port in San Juan, Puerto Rico. There, they meet J. Alexander, who gives them their boarding pass to a luxurious Caribbean Ocean Liner, their residence for the week until the 13 finalists are decided. Their first task is to walk a runway modeling life-jackets, where Heather's hunchback gets noticeable attention. While having breakfast, the girls meet Tyra, before their one-to-one interviews commence at the ships' Lyric Theatre. This episode also introduced Marvita, a contestant of Cycle 10, who failed to make the final cut down to 13 but re-auditioned for the next cycle.

They dock at St. John's, Antigua for a beach photo shoot, where they meet Cycle 8 winner Jaslene Gonzalez. After the shoot, the final 20 are selected. At dinner, Tyra asks the final 20 why they should become America's Next Top Model, before the final deliberations with Mr. and Ms. Jay are made. At nightfall, the final 13 are ultimately chosen.

  • Featured photographer: Jim Wade
  • Special guest: Jaslene Gonzalez, Gregorio Cuevas, Patrick Dukes

The Girls Go Green

Original Airdate: October 3, 2007

The 13 finalists are taken to Los Angeles where they are introduced to the new green theme of the cycle. The limo they are to travel in runs on biodiesel fuel to help the environment.

They are taken to their photoshoot where they learn they are going to be portraying the negative sides of smoking. In one set of frames, they will look glamorous smoking. In the next, they are shown after smoking has effected them. The girls portray the following:

Model Smoking side-effect
Ambreal Lung cancer
Bianca Gingivitis
Chantal Tracheotomy
Ebony Collapsed lung
Heather Second hand smoke (with Saleisha)
Janet Burn victim
Jenah Going bald from Chemotherapy
Kimberly Sunken face
Lisa Face tumor
Mila Losing hair from chemotherapy
Saleisha Second hand smoke (with Heather)
Sarah Premature aging
Victoria Still-born child
While most of the girls especially Heather, Lisa, and Chantal excel, Bianca, Ebony, and Mila struggle. Mila was unable to connect with the emotion of a chemotherapy patient because she felt she looked so ridiculous. Ebony and Mila find themselves in the bottom two. Ebony because she is too stiff and Mila for not taking the photoshoot seriously. In the end, Ebony is chosen over Mila for displaying more potential. At the end of the episode the girls are informed that smoking will be banned for this cycle because it sets a bad example to young girls and women.

  • Bottom two: Ebony Morgan & Mila Bouzinova
  • Eliminated: Mila Bouzinova
  • Featured photographer: Mike Rosenthal
  • Special guests: Sutan, Christian Marc
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Lisa Jackson

The Girls Go Rock Climbing

Original Airdate: October 3, 2007

Some girls help Heather dress up to spruce up her image. The girls then proceed to Fashion Madhouse, where J. Alexander shocks the girls with a scary lesson on perfecting their runway walk while wearing straight jackets. Miss J teases Heather because of her weak walk, and also teases Bianca because she shows her signature walk too much. Back at the house, Saleisha and Bianca get into a heated argument when Bianca and some other girls accuse Saliesha of having too much experience, with Bianca calling the Saleisha "borderline plus-size".

After a couture runway challenge, Saleisha wins a trip to Paris in the future for a Colleen Quen fashion show as the reward for the week's challenge. For the photo shoot, the girls are placed on a climbing wall while wearing a couture gown, symbolizing a stark contrast of the wardrobe and the setting for an edgy high fashion shoot. Heather shows a great eye contact photograph, Jenah pulls off a stunning, high-fashion photograph while Ebony, Bianca, and Kimberly all struggle.

Ultimately, it is Bianca and Kimberly who land in the bottom two. Tyra stated that, besides herself, none of the judges liked Bianca's photo, and Kimberly is unable to transfer her high fashion appeal in person onto film, thus sending her home.

  • Bottom two: Bianca Golden & Kimberly Leemans
  • Eliminated: Kimberly Leemans
  • Featured photographer: Matthew Jordan Smith
  • Special guests: Roy Campbell, Colleen Quen, Sutan, Christian Marc
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girl Who Goes Bald

Original Airdate: October 10, 2007

Tyra gives the girls a sneak peak at their makeovers at the Ken Pavés salon. Bianca is given the most dramatic makeover when she is shaved bald, instead of going golden blonde, because of extensive hair damage. However, she is given a golden blonde wig to wear during photo shoots, which eventually is unused because in her future shoots she does not wear the wig.

The challenge that week involved the girls putting their look together using CoverGirl cosmetics at a make-up table and the girls must then rummage through racks of clothes to find the outfit with their name on it. Janet is deemed by the judges as having the best make-up and she would have won, however since she didn't put on the correct outfit, she was disqualified. Sarah wins the challenge, and she gets the opportunity to shoot a tutorial video on the CoverGirl website on makeup application.

The week's photo shoot had the girls portray different plants, as follows:

Model Type of plant
Ambreal Rose
Bianca Sunflower
Chantal Baby's Breath
Ebony Bird of Paradise
Heather Weeds
Janet Hydrangea
Jenah Moss
Lisa Bamboo
Saleisha Tulip
Sarah Ivy
Victoria Cactus
While Jenah, Sarah and Heather once again pull off strong shots, Bianca, Ebony and Janet are commended for their improvements, and Chantal, Saleisha and Victoria struggled with their shoots.

At panel, Chantal gets criticized about her inability to take in both of the photographer's and art director's directions during photo shoots, and Saleisha's lack of emotion in her picture doesn't sit well with the judges. When evaluating Victoria's cactus picture, Twiggy remarks that it was a fitting representation since she felt Victoria has a "prickly disposition", a comment to which Victoria snaps back at Twiggy. Saleisha and Victoria end up in the bottom two and Victoria is sent home for a lack of charm.

  • Bottom two: Saleisha Stowers & Victoria Marshman
  • Eliminated: Victoria Marshman
  • Featured photographer: Lionel Deluy
  • Special guests: Ken Pavés, Dawn Patton, Brent Poer, Crissy Barker, Sutan, Christian Marc
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girl Who Is Afraid Of Heights

Original Airdate: October 17, 2007

The week kicks off with a posing lesson with vogueing expert Benny Ninja who teaches the girls how to pose while in the air by jumping on a trampoline. Ambreal is praised for her natural ability to strike amazing poses, while Heather and Lisa struggle with their awkwardness.

Later, the remaining 10 girls use what they have learned from Benny when they have to pose in the air while being carried by ice-skaters in a rink for this week's reward challenge - the prize being an Akademiks photo shoot for Seventeen magazine with Cycle 6 winner Danielle Evans. Lisa wins the challenge, picking Ebony and Janet to join her in the photo shoot, but causes tension when some other girls feel that her win was not deserved.

For the week's photo shoot, girls are to take high fashion photographs posing as gargoyles on the roof of a high rise building. Bianca and Ebony shocked Mr. Jay with their astounding progress, while Jenah, Heather and Lisa all delivered once again. Sarah struggles to fit the character and Ambreal has to fight her fear of heights.

At panel, most of the girls receive praise from the judges. Though Heather delivered another strong photograph, she was advised that she needed to model her face forwards as well, and not just profile. Sarah was criticized for not grasping the concept of the shoot, and Ebony is once again cautioned about her uptight in-person appearance, and is told to smile more.

The bottom two are revealed to be Janet and Ambreal. Tyra felt that both girls had striking features and great personalities, but just couldn't transfer that into their photographs. However, Ambreal's photographs are deemed to be just strong enough to keep her another week and Janet is eliminated.

  • Bottom two: Ambreal Williams & Janet Mills
  • Eliminated: Janet Mills
  • Featured photographer: Mike Rosenthal
  • Special guests: Benny Ninja, Ann Shoket, Danielle Evans, Byron Kirkland, Lloyd Eisler, Marc Baptiste
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girl Who Gets A Mango

Original Airdate: October 24, 2007

Male model Tyson Beckford surprises the models at the house and gives them a lesson on being a spokesperson. Most pull off an impromptu sales pitch for their teacher, but a few have a hard time concentrating on their task. Later, the girls are split into groups and create a public service announcement for the charity Keep A Child Alive. Though the group consisting of Heather, Jenah and Ambreal struggle to put together their announcements, they win the challenge and receive gift baskets from Carol's Daughter. In addition, Heather wins an extra prize; she gets to participate in a photo shoot for Carol's Daughter, directed by singer Mary J. Blige. She uses the photo shoot as an opportunity to practice shooting face-front pictures.

The week's photo shoot had the girls model with various recyclable materials, as follows:

Model Recyclable material
Ambreal Newspaper
Bianca Oil
Chantal Shredded paper
Ebony Bubble wrap
Heather Aluminum cans
Jenah Cardboard
Lisa Plastic bottles
Saleisha Car parts
Sarah Garbage bags
Ebony and Ambreal struggle with their shoots, while Heather receives praise for not doing a single shot in profile. At panel, due to their poor performance in the photo shoot, Ebony and Ambreal land in the bottom two, both for the second time. Tyra calls Ebony to receive the last photo, but Ebony states that she no longer wishes to participate. She quits, after astonishment and permission from Tyra, and Ambreal is spared from elimination and given another chance to prove herself. Ebony became the second contestant to quit Top Model, the first being Cassandra Whitehead from Cycle 5.

  • Bottom two: Ambreal Williams & Ebony Morgan
  • Quit: Ebony Morgan
  • Featured photographer: Fredric Reshew
  • Special guests: Tyson Beckford, Elizabeth Santiso, Lisa Price, Mary J. Blige, Matthew Rolston, Sutan, Christian Marc
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girl Who Runs Into The Glass Door

Original Airdate: October 31, 2007

This is the recap episode of the season, reviewing the first six episodes of the cycle. It included some never-before-seen footage, including Miss J's fashion checkpoint at castings, Bianca running into a glass door, Jenah visiting the dentist over a chipped tooth, Tyra discussing body image with the girls, Janet teaching Bianca how to unclog the toilet, Jenah dealing with nicotine withdrawal, and Bianca's confrontations with Chantal, Ebony and Heather.

The Girls Who Crawl

Original Airdate: November 7, 2007

As the girls reel over Ebony's shocking departure, Sarah starts questioning her own self-image. Things heat up when Bianca accuses Heather of just "sitting pretty" and not doing anything extra to produce good photos.

Tyra teaches the ladies how to model in front of a moving camera. Later, the contestants shoot a music video with Enrique Iglesias. The girls meet Enrique in their van, where he tells them one of them will win the reward of being featured more in the video. They gather again later where both Lisa and Heather are announced the winners as they best portrayed the "gothic" look being incorporated in the video.

The filming of the video turns to tragedy when Heather faints due to overexhaustion. The situation soon bides over, and Heather is touched by the genuine concern of most of the girls.

At panel, Lisa, Heather and Saleisha's clips receive praise, while Sarah is criticized for feeling embarrassed about her own body. In the end, she lands in the bottom two together with Chantal, both for the same reason that they seemed to be "coasting" by with no significant improvements. In the end, it was Sarah who was eliminated for losing her "plus sized" figure, and losing herself in the competition.

  • Bottom two: Chantal Jones & Sarah Hartshorne
  • Eliminated: Sarah Hartshorne
  • Featured music video director: Jessy Terero
  • Special guests: Enrique Iglesias, Billy Parks, Lisa Arianna
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girl Who Starts to Lose Her Cool

Original Airdate: November 14, 2007

The remaining seven girls go to the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. There, they are paired up with student fashion designers, as their muses. On the runway, the girls must show off their outfits as well as explain their dress. Heather and Lisa both stumble on their performances, and Saleisha is chosen as the challenge winner. The reward for the challenge is a photo shoot for Seventeen magazine, and she chooses Bianca and Lisa to join her in her reward.

For their photo shoot, the girls are dropped off at the desert where they have to portray a model stranded in the middle of nowhere, posing with a burning car. During the photo shoot, Heather's frustration over her poor challenge performance takes its toll, and she produces many mediocre takes.

At panel, the girls are told that they will be going to Shanghai, China for the remainder of the competition, but there are only six spots available. Most of the girls receive praise for their pictures, but Heather is informed that this was her weakest shoot to date. Ambreal is advised that she needs to work much harder, and Lisa is told that she is fading away from the judges.

In the end, Ambreal and Lisa land in the bottom two, but it is Ambreal who is eliminated since the judges felt Lisa had a more model "vibe".

  • Bottom two: Ambreal Williams & Lisa Jackson
  • Eliminated: Ambreal Williams
  • Featured photographer: Trevor O'Shana
  • Special guests: Benny Ninja, Neal Hamil, Ann Shoket, Erin Helgersun, Yuko Pena, Angelo Estrada, Richard Chan, Angela Avanesyan, Justin Green, Julia Chumak, Sutan, Christian Marc
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girls Go To Shanghai

Original Airdate: November 21, 2007

The six remaining girls fly to Shanghai, China, and are brought to their suite. However, there are only five beds inside, and when Saleisha refuses to share the only king-sized bed, Heather is left without one. Chantal asks the girls to be nice and share a bed, and Jenah and Bianca end up sharing the larger bed.

The girls learn basic martial arts poses. Their challenge is to showcase their poses in the air on high wires. At the challenge, Bianca refuses to pose in the air, disqualifying herself. Heather wins the challenge, and is rewarded with a shopping spree. She chooses Chantal to accompany her, due to her kindness to Heather.

This week, the girls will shoot both a commercial and photo shoot for CoverGirl Queen collection, and are told to wear clothes that showcases their personality.

At panel, the judges felt all the girls, with the exception of Chantal, struggled, but Heather and Lisa's commercial takes are deemed the worst, and they land in the bottom two, despite strong photos. Though her photo was deemed "warm and approachable", it was Lisa who was eliminated, with her ability to handle criticism in question.

  • Bottom two: Heather Kuzmich & Lisa Jackson
  • Eliminated: Lisa Jackson
  • Featured photographer: Jim Wade
  • Featured commercial director: Jeffrey Chu
  • Special guests: Louis Liu, Brent Poer, Sutan, Christian Marc
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girls Go On Go-See Adventures

Original Airdate: November 28, 2007

The remaining five girls are sent on go-sees. Heather has difficulty finding her way around town, and ends up only visiting one designer, and Jenah receives bad comments about her personality and walk. Bianca and Saleisha are the only two to make it back on time; Chantal, Jenah and Heather are all disqualified for their tardiness. Bianca wins the challenge; as her reward, her picture will be used in a campaign for the 2008 Olympics.

Later, the girls take part in a photo shoot with Nigel, where they have to stand out in a crowd of Chinese lions and dragons. Some of Jenah's comments causes friction between her and Nigel, leaving Jenah to worry about her fate in the competition.

During panel, Tyra announces that the final four will go to Beijing, China for the remainder of the competition. Jenah's communication skills are questioned, while Heather is criticized for not being able to handle pressure, although her picture receives praise.

Jenah and Heather ultimately land in the bottom two, both for their communication improprieties. While both are commended on having the two best portfolios of the remaining models, the judges felt they lacked something in their communication. With that, Jenah's name is called and Heather is eliminated.

  • Bottom two: Heather Kuzmich & Jenah Doucette
  • Eliminated: Heather Kuzmich
  • Featured photographer: Nigel Barker
  • Special guests: Susan Yang, Shan Jin Ya, Lu Kun, Stephen Peng, Flora Zeta, Helen Lee, Fiona Vong, Sutan, Christian Marc
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girls Go To The Great Wall

Original Airdate: December 5, 2007

The final four fly to Beijing, where they are introduced to the story of the Four Beauties. The next day, they participate in a challenge in which they must turn a traditional Chinese garment into their own style. During the task, Bianca purposefully gives Jenah bad advice, so when she is declared the winner, she instead chooses Chantal to share her prize of custom-made Chinese qípáos. Jenah also wins a personalized runway lesson with Miss J.

The girls then travel to the Great Wall for a warrior-themed photo shoot photographed by Tyra. While Tyra is generally positive about the girls' performances, she shows concern over Jenah's identity crisis and Bianca's stiff poses. The shoot concludes with a final group shot.

At panel, all the photos are greeted with positive reviews, and Tyra confesses that her opinions about the girls have changed after photographing them. Chantal's ability to stand out in the group photo, and Saleisha's creativity at the shoot advances them to the final three. Jenah explains that she was homesick but cared greatly about the competition, and Bianca argued that she had consistently improved. In the end, Bianca is eliminated for not demonstrating the same innate talent as the other finalists.

  • Bottom two: Bianca Golden & Jenah Doucette
  • Eliminated: Bianca Golden
  • Featured photographer: Tyra Banks
  • Special guests: Kevin Lee, Ann Shoket
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Heather Kuzmich

The Girl Who Becomes America's Next Top Model

Original Airdate: December 12, 2007

The final three are put to the test when they have to shoot a CoverGirl commercial for CoverGirl Wetslicks Fruit Spritzers. The girls get to choose from 12 fruity flavors to portray in their endorsement, as follows:

Model Fruity Flavor
Chantal Lemon
Jenah Berry
Saleisha Tangerine
All the girls struggled with their commercials at first, but all managed to pull off good takes in the end, although Jenah's attitude comes off as slightly abrasive to Jay, and Saleisha has to be pulled to the side to cry due to frustration.

Before evaluation, the girls are asked to critique their competition. All the girls commended themselves as having the most potential, but Jenah's laid-back attitude causes her to be deemed as having the least. Saleisha and Jenah landed in the bottom two. Even with previous experience, Saleisha hadn't started as strong as other contestants, but progressed throughout the competition, while Jenah, with no prior experience at all, shone since the start. In the end, despite the fact that she had given the show one of its strongest portfolios, Jenah was eliminated.

The final runway takes place near the Forbidden City where they will model for Qi Gang's line of couture dresses, and Cycle 8 winner Jaslene Gonzalez starts off the show. Chantal has a slight accident when her dress trips a stilt performer, while Saleisha consistently showed a strong walk.

During the final panel, the judges praised both finalists' personalities and pictures throughout the season. The judges praised Chantal's high-fashion appeal and Saleisha's strong final showing at the runway. The girls are called back and Saleisha is declared the winner.

  • Bottom Two: Jenah Doucette & Saleisha Stowers
  • Eliminated: Jenah Doucette
  • Final Two: Chantal Jones & Saleisha Stowers
  • America's Next Top Model: Saleisha Stowers
  • Featured photographer: Jim De Yonker
  • Featured commercial director: Brent Poer
  • Special guests: Qi Gang, Darren Duan, Ann Shoket, Jaslene Gonzalez, Stephen Danelian, Christian Marc

Contestants

In order of elimination

(ages stated are at time of contest)

  • Lyudmila "Mila" Bouzinova, 20, from Boston, Massachusetts
  • Kimberly Leemans, 20, from Ocala, Florida
  • Victoria Marshman, 20, from New Haven, Connecticut
  • Janet Mills, 22, from Bainbridge, Georgia
  • Ebony Morgan, 20, from Chicago, Illinois (quit)
  • Sarah Hartshorne, 20, from Heath, Massachusetts
  • Ambreal Williams, 19, from Dallas, Texas
  • Lisa Jackson, 20, from Jersey City, New Jersey
  • Heather Kuzmich, 21, from Valparaiso, Indiana
  • Bianca Golden, 18, from Queens, New York
  • Jenah Doucette, 18, from Farmington, Connecticut
  • Heather "Chantal" Jones, 19, from Austin, Texas (runner-up)
  • Saleisha Stowers, 21, from Los Angeles, California (winner)

Summaries

Call-out order

Tyra's call-out order
Order Ep 1 Ep 2 Ep 3 Ep 4 Ep 5 Ep 6 Ep 8 Ep 9 Ep 10 Ep 11 Ep 12 Ep 13
01 Mila Heather Jenah Jenah Lisa Saleisha Lisa Bianca Chantal Saleisha Chantal Chantal Sarah
02 Bianca Lisa Heather Sarah Bianca Jenah Heather Jenah Saleisha Bianca Saleisha SaleishaJenah
03 Jenah ChantalLisa Heather Ebony Heather Saleisha Saleisha Bianca Chantal Jenah Chantal
04 Chantal SarahChantal Lisa ChantalBianca Bianca Chantal Jenah Jenah Bianca
05 Ambreal Jenah Sarah JanetJenah Sarah AmbrealHeather Heather Heather
06 Victoria Saleisha Ambreal Ambreal Saleisha Chantal Jenah LisaLisa
07 Sarah AmbrealVictoriaEbonyHeatherLisa Chantal Ambreal
08 Saleisha Victoria SaleishaBianca SarahEbony Sarah
09 Kimberly JanetJanetChantalAmbrealAmbreal
10 Ebony Kimberly Ebony Saleisha Janet
11 Janet BiancaBianca Victoria
12 Heather Ebony Kimberly
13 Lisa Mila
{{colorbox}} The contestant won the reward challenge
{{colorbox}} The contestant was CoverGirl of the Week
{{colorbox}} The contestant was CoverGirl of the Week and won the reward challenge
{{colorbox}} The contestant was eliminated
{{colorbox}} The contestant was CoverGirl of the Week and was eliminated
{{colorbox}} The contestant won the competition
{{colorbox}} The contestant quit the competition
{{colorbox}} The contestant was the original eliminee but was saved and won the reward challenge that week
  • In episode 1, the pool of 20 girls was reduced to 13 who moved on to the main competition. However, this first call-out does not reflect their performance that first week.
  • In episode 6, Ambreal was supposed to be eliminated, but was saved when Ebony decided to quit.
  • In episodes 6 and 8, multiple contestants won the reward, a Top Model first. In episode 6, Heather won an additional reward via random drawing of names.
  • Episode 7 is the recap episode.
  • In episode 12, Heather was voted CoverGirl of the Week after being eliminated, a Top Model first.

Makeovers

  • Victoria: Blonde highlights and edge added
  • Janet: Dyed black and cut short
  • Ebony: Naomi Campbell inspired long weave
  • Sarah: Cut short with blonde highlights
  • Ambreal: Cut short
  • Lisa: Cut short
  • Heather: Chestnut brown highlights and angled cut
  • Bianca: Long golden blonde weave; later, shaved bald
  • Jenah: Long blonde inferior weave
  • Chantal: Long bleached blonde weave, bangs added
  • Saleisha: Louise Brooks inspired Hairstyle

Photo Shoot Guide

  • Episode 1 Photo Shoot: Beach (Casting)
  • Episode 2 Photo Shoot: Negative Side-effects of Smoking
  • Episode 3 Photo Shoot: Rock climbing Couture
  • Episode 4 Photo Shoot: Various Plants and Flowers
  • Episode 5 Photo Shoot: Fashion Gargoyles
  • Episode 6 Photo Shoot: Recyclable Materials
  • Episode 8 Music Video: Enrique Iglesias - "Tired of Being Sorry"
  • Episode 9 Photo Shoot: Blazing Car in the Desert
  • Episode 10 Photo Shoot & Commercial: CoverGirl Queen Collection Endorsement
  • Episode 11 Photo Shoot: Lion and Dragon Dance
  • Episode 12 Photo Shoot: Warriors at the Great Wall of China
  • Episode 13 Photo Shoots & Commercial: CoverGirl Wetslicks Fruit Spritzers Endorsement & Seventeen Magazine Cover

Judges

Cycle Statistics

  • Total number of contestants: 13
  • Oldest contestant: Janet Mills, 22 years old
  • Youngest contestants: Bianca Golden & Jenah Doucette, both 18 years old
  • Tallest contestant: Lisa Jackson, 6'1.5" (186 cm)
  • Shortest contestant: Janet Mills, 5'8" (173 cm)
  • Heaviest contestant: Sarah Hartshorne, 150 lbs (68 kg)
  • Contestants with the most collective challenge wins: Heather Kuzmich & Saleisha Stowers, both 3 wins
  • Contestants with the most consecutive challenge wins: Heather Kuzmich & Saleisha Stowers, both 2 times
  • Top 3's call-out mean (excluding semifinals and the last judging panel): Saleisha Stowers - 4.0, Chantal Jones- 3.91, Jenah Doucette - 3.27
  • Top 3's call-out median (excluding semifinals and the last judging panel): Saleisha Stowers - 3, Chantal Jones - 4, Jenah Doucette- 3
  • Contestants with the most consecutive first call-outs: Chantal Jones & Jenah Doucette, both 2 times
  • Contestant with the most collective first call-outs: Chantal Jones, 3 times
  • Contestant with the most consecutive bottom two appearances: Jenah Doucette, 3 times
  • Contestants with the most collective bottom two appearances: Ambreal Williams & Jenah Doucette, both 3 times
  • Contestant with the most consecutive CoverGirl of the Week wins: Heather Kuzmich, 9 wins
  • Contestant with the most collective CoverGirl of the Week wins: Heather Kuzmich, 9 wins


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