America's Next Top Model alum Lisa D'Amato has given birth to her second child, a son Venice Sire.

D'Amato clearly wanted to share her delivery experience with fans, as she streamed the event live on a friend's Facebook page on Thursday. In the graphic video, D'Amato pushed out her second child in a hospital room while receiving comfort and support from her husband Adam Friedman, Us Weekly reported.

D'Amato welcomed her healthy baby boy about 14 minutes into the Facebook video. 

"Congrats Lisa!" one viewer commented.

"That was like three pushes," the former model proudly said in the video after hearing her newborn cry for the first time.

D'Amato is already mom to one son, Daxel Vaughn, who was born at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles in late September 2013.

D'Amato, 35, married Friedman, an entrepreneur, in October 2012 at the Hollywood Castle in the Hollywood Hills.

America's Next Top Model All-Stars, the show's seventeenth season, crowned D'Amato its winner in 2011 -- but only after Angelea Preston was originally named the winner before a sudden and largely unexplained disqualification.

The CW confirmed to Reality TV World in December 2011 that producers had to "shoot new scenes" of D'Amato being named victorious, which is what viewers saw play out on television.

Preston revealed in September 2014 producers allegedly stole her title when they discovered she had worked as an escort in her past, which prompted the model to file a lawsuit against the show.

D'Amato first appeared on ANTM's fifth season in 2005 and finished in sixth place. She subsequently appeared on the third season of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew in 2010.