"America's Next Top Model" Winners: Where Are They Now?
"America's Next Top Model" contestants: Where are they now? What are they doing? Are they still modeling? You asked and we researched, so why not take a look back at some of Tyra Banks's protégés? After the beauty-brand contract in the season finale, we don't see or hear much about the "America's Next Top Model" winners unless they return to surprise the new competitors in the next season. If you're curious where the "America's Next Top Model" cast ended up, we've gone as far back as the first season and rounded up the most up-to-date information available on some of the winners, as well as some of the other most memorable contestants.
When the cast of our favorite shows move on to their next projects, we're always a little sad to see them go but equally excited to see what's next. That's how we feel about the pros on the makeup competition "Glow Up" on Netflix and, of course, our "ANTM" stars. So, we've put on our sleuthing caps to find out what the show's alumni are up to these days. From blogging to parenting and even creating their own modeling mentor programs, many of the contestants have found a new way to follow their passion, modeling related or not. Read on to see what some of your favorite (or not-so-favorite) contestants are up to now that they're no longer in the running to be one of the "ANTM" winners.
— Additional reporting by Maria Del Russo, Kaitlyn Dreyling, Alexandra Lykins, and Naomi Parris
"ANTM" Winner: Adrianne Curry-Rhode
As the very first winner of "ANTM" in 2003, Curry-Rhode signed with Wilhelmina Models, won a photo spread in Marie Claire magazine, and landed a contract with Revlon Cosmetics. She also saw a myriad of success after the show, appearing in magazines like Maxim and Playboy, as well as on reality TV shows like "My Fair Brady" and "The Tester." Eventually, Curry-Rhode decided to leave Hollywood behind and pursue a less stressful career selling Avon makeup products.
"ANTM" Winner: Eva Marcille
As the winner of season three, Marcille signed with Ford Models. She later appeared in magazines like Women's Health, Essence, and more. Starting in 2016, she pivoted her career to TV and even starred in "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," as well as the new BET+ series "All the Queen's Men." In addition to her TV career, she hosts podcast "The Undressing Room" and created her own line of jewelry.
"ANTM" Winner: Jaslene Gonzalez
After her win in season eight, Gonzalez signed a contract with Elite Model Management and has walked runways across the world. She has appeared in WWD, Seventeen, and more. While continuing her modeling career, she also founded a modeling course called On Set With Jaslene to provide professional tips on how work it at a photo shoot.
"ANTM" Winner: Saleisha Stowers
Stowers's season nine win was tinged by scandal — turns out she was close with Tyra Banks before the show — but she continues to model. She has appeared on "The Tyra Banks Show" several times and in Essence, Seventeen, In Touch Weekly, and many print advertisements. She also has walked in runway shows including for Tibi and Jose Duran. She currently acts on "Days of Our Lives" and has played roles on "The Fosters," "Caged," and "All My Children."
"ANTM" Winner: Whitney Thompson Forrester
As "America's Next Top Model"'s first plus-size winner, Thompson Forrester has been featured in Seventeen, People, and Elle Canada and models for retailers including Torrid, Forever 21+, and Target's Pure Energy collection. She also has a line of jewelry called Supermodel. Thompson Forrester was noted by Lifestyle MSN as one of the most influential women of 2008. Currently, she's a restaurant owner and travel blogger.
"ANTM" Winner: Teyona Anderson
Cycle 12's winner is signed with Elite Models and has been featured in magazines like Seventeen, Destiny, and In Touch Weekly.
"ANTM" Winner: Brittani Kline
The winner of cycle 16 had editorials in Vogue Italia, L'Officiel, Trendy magazine, and Rouge magazine. Kline has also walked runways for Balenciaga and Prabal Gurung during New York Fashion Week.
"ANTM" Winner: Angelea Preston
As season 17's winner of "America's Next Top Model: All Stars," Preston won a Vogue Italia spread, an Express campaign, a correspondent gig on "Extra," and a $10,000 CoverGirl contract. Her victory was short-lived after producers learned of Preston's past as an escort. She also had covers for Fashionista and Bustle and has walked for designers the Sachika twins and Richie Rich. She is now a multimedia journalist.
"ANTM" Winner: Sophie Sumner
The winner of cycle 18 has appeared in Vogue Italia, Marie Claire, Nylon, Cosmopolitan, and MEG magazine. Summer has also dabbled in the entertainment industry as a singer and TV host on networks such as NBC and ABC. She is a contributing editor at the Daily Front Row.
"ANTM" Winner: Laura James
The winner of "America's Next Top Model" cycle 19 is signed with New York Model Management, LA Models, and LA Talent. She became the face of the "ANTM" perfume, Dream Come True, and has appeared in an issue of Vogue Italia and has a cover in Nylon.
"ANTM" Winner: Jourdan Miller
After her "ANTM" cycle 20 win, Miller received a contract with Next Model Management, an eight-page spread in Nylon, and a $100,000 ad campaign with Guess. She also was featured in a segment for an episode of VH1's "Best Week Ever" and "OK! TV."
"ANTM" Winner: Keith Carlos
As the first male winner of "ANTM" and former NFL player, Carlos signed with Next Model Management and has worked with many brands, including Revolve Man, Honda, Macy's, Bloomingdale's, and Adidas. He's also acted, landing roles on "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless."
"ANTM" Winner: Nyle DiMarco
Being the first deaf winner of "ANTM," DiMarco signed with Wilhelmina Models and CESD Talent Agency. His triumph continued as the season 22 winner of "Dancing With the Stars." DiMarco has been featured in various magazines including Vogue Taiwan, Us Weekly, Paper, and GQ. He's also an actor, appearing on shows like "Switched at Birth," "Deaf U," and "Audible." As a deaf activist, he released the book "Deaf Utopia."
"ANTM" Winner: India Gants
As the cycle 23 winner of "ANTM," Gants signed with Major Model Management, Ford Models, Select Models, First Access Management, and SMG Models Seattle. Along with her prizes of a $100,000 contract with Rimmel London and a fashion spread in Paper, she also was featured in magazines like Elle Australia and Vulkan. She also appeared in the season three premiere of "Odd Mom Out" and has started work in the music industry as a DJ.
"ANTM" Winner: Kyla Coleman
As the winner of cycle 24, Coleman signed with Photogenics Media and Heffner Management and has worked for brands such as Urban Outfitters, Valentino, Diesel, Off-White, and Calvin Klein. She has also been featured in i-D and Vogue Italia.
"ANTM" Winner: Nicole Fox
Fox signed with Wilhelmina Models and received a six-page spread in Seventeen magazine. She has modeled for several other magazines and was the face of Nicole Richie's House of Harlow 1960. She modeled for Wildfox Couture and OK! Magazine and is now an interdisciplinary artist.
"ANTM" Winner: Krista White
White signed to Wilhelmina Models and modeled for CoverGirl. She appeared in Seventeen magazine and FantasticsMag along with doing runway work for Roberto Cavalli.
"ANTM" Winner: Ann Ward
Ward signed to IMG Models in New York and has appeared in Beauty in Vogue, Vogue Italia, and Velvet magazine and on the season finale of cycle 16 of "ANTM." She is now a concept artist and animator.
One of the most successful models in "ANTM" history, Harlow signed with CAA Models LA, Women Management Paris and Milan, and The Squad London. She has an extensive publication résumé, having appeared on many covers and spreads including for i-D, Glamour UK, Ebony, Vogue Italia, Teen Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, and Sports Illustrated. Harlow is also the founder of popular skin-care brand Cay Skin.
Jones had a 14-page spread — photographed by Steven Meisel, no less — for the all-Black issue of Vogue Italia. She also released her own workout DVD, cohosted an episode of "106 & Park," appeared on VH1's "Celebrity Paranormal Project" and "Celebrity Fit Club," and made occasional appearances on "The Tyra Banks Show." Lately, she has designed a special line of bras for women with larger breasts, offered a masterclass for plus-size women interested in modeling, and hosts The Shade Room's modeling competition "Thick House."
Leemans won an online modeling contest for Elite Model Management in Chicago. She also walked in "Project Runway"'s season six finale and was featured in Ocala magazine. Since then, she's had guest roles on "The Vampire Diaries," "Nashville," and "The Walking Dead."
Tipton is signed to Ford Models in Los Angeles and has modeled for numerous ad campaigns, in runway shows, and in magazines such as Maxim. They also guest-starred on an episode of "The Big Bang Theory" with fellow cycle 11 contestant Samantha Potter. Tipton has been focused on acting, starring in major feature films such as "Crazy, Stupid, Love" and "Warm Bodies."
Siad has appeared in Ebony, WWD, Elle, and Marie Claire and numerous ad campaigns and runway shows. She also penned an autobiographical essay for Orato.com titled "Vulnerable Beauty: Finding My Voice," in which she spoke openly about female genital circumcision. She is currently signed with New York Model Management in New York City and Munich Models in Munich, Germany.
While she didn't win her season's cycle, Golden appeared on the show once again as well as a special episode of "The Tyra Banks Show." Golden continues her modeling career under Ford Models and has modeled on season five of "Project Runway," as well as in magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Essence. She also has a TEDx Talk and does speaking at HBCUs.
This Boston beauty has retired from modeling and was spotted performing at Boston's First Annual Burlesque Marathon as her burlesque persona, Vita Lightly. She modeled all over the world for magazines such as Glamour and Vogue, as well as shoe brand Skechers. She is currently a writer and an accomplished producer.
Cycle nine contestant Williams signed with Click Model Management in Los Angeles, where she picked up a campaign with KMS Hair.
Jones-Griffiths has landed guest-star roles on television, for an "ANTM" cycle 12 episode, and on "The Bold and the Beautiful." She appeared in a Black Eyed Peas music video and several runway shows, including for Oscar de la Renta. Aside from that, Jones-Griffiths also shot a commercial for AG+, a Shiseido deodorant, and is signed with Nous Model Management, LA Models, Paragon Model Management in Mexico, and Synergy in Hong Kong. She now focuses on raising her family and hosts her own podcast called "Tough as a Mother."
Since the show, Kuehn has been featured in editorials for Wedding More, Jessica Code, and Pop magazine. She now lives in Hong Kong with cycle one's Elyse Sewell. Kuehn has been signed with Ford Models in Milwaukee and Vue Model Management and I Model and Talent in Los Angeles. She is currently a digital content producer at KingsIsle Entertainment.
Anya Kop Rozova
Rozova (pictured second from left) is signed with Wilhelmina Models in New York, Elite Models, and Kathy Muller Model Agency. She has appeared in Nylon magazine and many Hong Kong-based publications, including Cosmopolitan Hong Kong. She has appeared in many runway shows and was a model on "Project Runway: All-Star Challenge."
Since adding actor and writer to her résumé, Unabia and her daughter appeared on the cover of Parents, and she also starred in "Westworld," along with other short films like "An Homage to the Inner Scar" and "At the Beach."
Dominique Reighard Brooks
Reighard Brooks won "Modelville," a spinoff of "ANTM" that took place within "The Tyra Banks Show," which led to a contract with Carol's Daughter. She's pursuing a modeling, acting, and music career. She has appeared in Ebony, Essence, and Seventeen and also was selected as a finalist for the first All-Star edition of "America's Next Top Model" along with 13 returning models. She's currently the owner of a moving company and founder of 1881 Apparel.
Dolinska has been featured in Vogue Australia, Italian Glamour, and Cosmopolitan Greece. She has walked in numerous runway shows and also been on the cover of WWD.
Stacy Ann Fequiere
Fequiere appeared in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 2009 calendar and made it to the semifinals of the Victoria's Secret model search. She has also appeared in magazines like Seventeen, Fair Lady, and Glamour South Africa. She signed with Ford Models.
Ivanova is now an artist, animator, and filmmaker currently living in San Francisco. She has also worked with Pixar Animation Studios as a full-time 3D animator. Her blog showcases her art and animation.
As the first transgender woman to compete on "ANTM," King has appeared on shows like "Larry King Live" and "The Tyra Banks Show," as well as in publications like Seventeen and Us Weekly. Since the show, King has received gender-affirming surgery. She is currently pursuing a TV career on Amazon Prime's new show "With Love."
Pennywell now lives in Los Angeles and directed a TV series, "Siblings." She appeared in BET's "The Family Crews" and Bravo's "The Millionaire Matchmaker." She was also an actress/producer in "Hope 4 Dating in LA." She has done work for Seventeen magazine and modeled in several runway shows.
Lauren Brie Harding
Harding has posed for Grazia, Moda, and Allure Couture. In January 2011, she was featured on the cover of WWDStyle with fashion designer Rachel Zoe. After "ANTM," she signed with Wilhelmina Modeling Agency, MGMT First, Muse Management, and LA Models, as well as Nova Models in New Zealand.
The cycle 11 runner-up is signed to LA Model Management and appeared in an episode of "The Big Bang Theory" with fellow contestant Lio Tipton. She has walked in several runway shows and appeared in gospel artists Mary Mary's music video for "God in Me."
Harvard is signed with Next Model Management and Elite Model Management. She has walked in several runway shows and appeared in several promotional videos and ads, including photos for a glittery body-art service. She was also featured in One Magazine. In 2019, Harvard became the face of Got2B hair products.
After the show, Ammerman was featured in the New York Post style section and modeled for Allure and Vogue Italia.
Santiago continued her modeling career with Ford Models in Los Angeles and was the runner-up on "Model Latina NYC," in addition to being the second runner-up in the Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2011 competition. She is now based in Miami and signed with Wilhemina Models.
After competing on "ANTM," Coles modeled for More, Real Simple, and Woman's Day magazines and signed with Wilhelmina Models in New York. She now works with the Global Wildlife Conservation.
Pack signed with Next Model Management in Los Angeles. She also participated in "ANTM All-Stars" and walked in several runway shows and modeled for several brands, including Bench. She competed in Miss USA 2012 and was Miss California 2012.
Nyanchoka has been featured in Hamptons and Cover Girl magazine. She signed with Major Model Management in New York.
Markert (second in from the right) continued her education after "ANTM" at the International Center of Photography in New York. She is now a traditional black-and-white photographer, darkroom printer, bookmaker, artist, and educator. Her exhibitions can be found throughout the country.
Davies has modeled for Glamour, Venue, and Atlantic Ave magazine. She also premiered in season two of "Pretty Little Liars" as Quinn.
Wagner is signed with Wilhelmina Models and has done some print work for Editors' Closet.
Kirkpatrick has modeled for Steve Madden, appeared in a William Fitzsimmons music video, started the dyslexia foundation The Beautiful Minds, and modeled for LexScene magazine. She also had a clothing line, Grumbage. She currently cohosts The Collective Fashion Show and also does fashion photography.
Ramos has signed with The Industry Model Management and has print work in Seventeen and W25 magazines. She has also acted in "Secret Life of Babes."
After "ANTM," Braithwaite was featured in D.A.M., Fantasy, The New York Times, and i-D magazines. In addition to modeling, she is now a woodworker. Her work can be found on her Instagram.
Cycle 14's runner-up has walked on runways for designers Rachel Roy, Anna Sui, and Bebe. She has appeared in music videos for Lady Gaga and Bon Iver and has acted in "Zombies," "Masquerade," and "Bat Romance."
After "America's Next Top Model," Vokes moved to Los Angeles and modeled for brands like Bodyline and The Hundreds.
Since "ANTM," Saferty has modeled for Papaya clothing and appeared in Seventeen magazine. She's also an actress, appearing in several movies such as "The Ride," "FML," and "RYDE."
Since competing on "ANTM," Kniery has modeled for several publications including Do You Social magazine. She has also written a book, "Unraveling." She is currently signed to agencies Fenton Models NYC, Genetics Management, and Indastria Milano. Most recently, Kniery posed for Harper's Bazaar Serbia's cover, as well as two features in L'Officiel.
Ballard has done work for several beauty lines and signed to Holmes Lewis Models.
Underwood was signed to Wilhelmina Models in New York and Models 1 in London. She has walked in New York Fashion Week and appeared on the cover of PLUS Model Magazine. She now works with Wonderwall Management based in Italy and Okay Models in Germany.
Payne-Franklin has modeled for Freeze Frame Studios.
Since leaving the show, Mirdita has taken several test shots but is not signed to an agency. She is freelancing, having modeled for NAHA Presentation, Elvira Clothing, and Beauty by Boomie. Mirdita is also a photographer and singer under the stage name AANA.
After her time as runner-up on cycle 15, Hersley signed with Passport Model Management in San Francisco and Urban Talent Management in Boise, ID, but is now retired.
Randall signed to IMG Models in New York, Paris, and London and PARS Management in Germany. She has walked for Alex London and appeared in several catalogs and editorials including for Saks, Bloomingdale's, and Vogue Italia.
Ferrel (front row, left) signed with a Japanese modeling agency and participated in "America's Next Top Model: All Stars."
Cycle 15's Atwood was signed to Paragon Model Management in Mexico City and is the founder of vintage clothing store Vintaje Cringe.
White (right) has been pursuing a career in modeling but has not yet signed with an agency. She appeared in magazines Afrostyle and Flawless.
Before exiting the modeling industry, Lucas modeled in Singapore under the name Chloe Lucas and was signed with Avenue Models. Having appeared in magazines such as Elle and Interview, Lucas is now a graduate of the University of Central Florida and became a pediatric cardiac ICU nurse.
Since signing with Otto Model Management, Weingart has an active modeling career. She also appeared in magazines including Cosmopolitan Mexico and The Knot and in Fox's "The Choice" in 2012.
Since "America's Next Top Model," Pilewicz has been featured in Seventeen, Glamour, and V Magazine. She also appeared in HBO's "The Boring Life of Jacqueline" and independent films like "It Must Have Been a Dream," "Sweet Lorraine," and "Hypno." Pilewicz is also a filmmaker.
After "ANTM," Jones signed with Page Parkers Management and was featured in magazines like British Vogue and Elle Australia. Jones is also pursuing an acting career, appearing in films and shows like "POV," "Flock of Four," "Austin & Ally," "Rough Love," and "Something Yellow."
O'Connell is signed to Click Models New York and has been featured in magazines like Vogue. She's also appeared in TV shows like "Project Runway," "Below Deck," and "Southern Charm."
After being eliminated from cycle 16 and then immediately participating in the "All Star" cycle, Everett (pictured in the middle) worked on redefining her look. Before retiring from model, she appeared in Supermodels Unlimited magazine and in the short film "Sandbox" in 2012.
After being eliminated first on the "British Invasion" episode of cycle 18, Robinson's luck turned around. She signed with Charles & Ko agency and has done campaigns for L'Oréal, Burberry, and Sensationnel. Robinson is also a singer and has appeared on TV programs such as "The Friday Night Project" as one of Kanye West's "Golden Girls."
After her elimination in week four of cycle 18, Smith has acted in "Motherless Brooklyn," "She's Gotta Have It," "Second Act," and "Ray Donovan." She has been in Seventeen and Essence and has an international campaign for My Black Is Beautiful.
As the first Native American to compete on "America's Next Top Model," Watchman embraces her culture while modeling. She was featured in magazines like Seventeen and Native Max Magazine and has modeled for brands like Old Navy and Delia's.
Ashley "AzMarie" Livingston
After the show, Livingston entered the entertainment industry, landing roles in shows and films such as "Empire," "Precious," "The Real Housewives of New York City," and "The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty." She has also been in several music videos such as Kelly Rowland's "Motivation" and Nicki Minaj's "Moment 4 Life." Livingston has also pursued her own music career, releasing singles like "Morning Guarantee" and "We Hot."
Before retiring from model, Thomas (far right) modeled in Marks & Spencer's Nearly Naked lingerie campaign and appeared in Heat, Sunday, You, and Reveal magazines. She was also featured on Vogue's website.
Being the most successful contestant from cycle 18, Davis has built quite the résumé. She has signed with some of the top agencies including MC2 Models NY & Miami and Select Models London. Davis has modeled for brands like Nordstrom, Ted Baker London, Ralph Lauren, and Target. She's appeared in magazines such as Women's Health, Essence, W, The Cut, Cosmopolitan, Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue, Glamour, Teen Vogue, and Harper's Bazaar UK. She also modeled in Kanye West's season four show in New York Fashion Week.
Dayes signed with Noel Gay Management as a presenter and is now signed with Zone Models, having worked in magazines such as Cosmopolitan UK, Fashion Insider, and Wired UK. She is also a presenter, content creator, and voice actor.
Although the first to be eliminated from cycle 19, Rabideau signed to Brand Models and Talent. She has acted in "Modern Love" and "Butter." She has been seen in editorials for the LA Times and ModCloth.
After "ANTM," Henley signed with Salt Model, Talent, and Miles Models. She has been featured in magazines like Supermodels Unlimited and also modeled for international labels such as Mara Hoffman and Neiman Marcus.
Cycle 19's "mean girl" signed with The Industry Model Management company and Elite Model Management. Throughout her modeling career, Kagay has done work for brands like ASOS, Nordstrom, and Shopbop. She's also modeled for magazines such as Women's Health, Cosmopolitan, and Harper's Bazaar Mexico. Kagay also currently works as a realtor for The Agency Real Estate.
After the show, Scott signed with Wilhemina Models New York and appeared in publications like The Wall Street Journal, Refinery29, and The Cut. She's also the founder of thrift store Thread Connection and clothing brand for moms Cancel Snapback Culture.
Goldkuhl was signed with Next Model Management, had her runway debut as a worldwide exclusive for Givenchy, and went on to model in the brand's advertising campaign. She has done other campaigns for Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Saks Fifth Avenue, Prada, and many more. She has also walked for several designers such as Balmain, Chanel, Fendi, Isabel Marant, and Hermès. She was ranked as one of the most successful contestants of the Top Model franchise by Cosmopolitan and was also ranked among the top 50 working models in the fashion industry by Models.com.
The first runner-up of cycle 19 is signed with TNG Models, walked for LA Fashion Week, and has appeared in various magazines including Vogue China and The Los Angeles Fashion.
The runner-up of cycle 20, Cortes built a cosmetics brand, Beauty by Marvin, and wrote the book "Don't Waste Your Looks on Likes." He has also worked with many top brands including Guess, Hugo Boss, Givenchy, Coca-Cola, and Samsung.
Cory Wade Hindorff
Known for being the first openly gay man to participate on "ANTM," Hindorff placed third in the 20th cycle. Since the show, he's done several modeling jobs, including hosting the 2015 Queer Fashion Show. He was also on the cover of GPhilly and has been published in HuffPost, BuzzFeed, and People.
After the show, Hernandez signed to Major Models Management, Next Models, and Paragon Models, having modeled for brands including Tommy Hilfiger and Timex Canada. He was also featured in Supermodels Unlimited magazine.
The first Trinidadian contestant on "ANTM," Bhagwandeen has since signed with Next Models and The Industry Model Management and is currently with Elite Miami. She's been published in magazines like Cosmopolitan and Essence. Bhagwandeen also acted in the HBO show "Ballers" and is a graphic designer.
Although he placed second in cycle 21 of "ANTM," Jardell signed with Q Models in New York and The Dragonfly Agency in Dallas. He is also represented by CGEM Talent in Los Angeles.
Andrea "Shei" Phan
Cycle 21 resident Phan signed to Fenton Models and has been featured in magazines such as Runway and Nu-Mode. She is now pursuing her passion for creativity through art.
After being the runner-up of cycle 22, Adjei continues to model and is currently signed to The Management NYC, Models 1 London, and Ice Models Cape Town. She has been published in magazines such as Vogue Portugal, Nylon Indonesia, L'Officiel, and Harper's Bazaar Kazakhstan. Adjei has also modeled for many brands including Smashbox Cosmetics, Anastasia Beverly Hills, Savage x Fenty, and Michael Costello.
After "ANTM," Rogers was signed by Abrams Artist Agency, No Ties Management, and Zombie Model Management, appearing in publications like Vogue Italia. She is also an influencer and the cohost of podcast "Oh Here We Go."
Cycle 22 resident Heverly signed with Major Models and was also signed with Next Model Management Miami. Throughout the years, he has participated in several photo shoots including print work for British GQ, Spanish Vogue, Maxim Italy, and Glamour magazine.
After the show, Clark signed to Next Models Miami and has been featured in magazines like Elléments and Vogue Brasil. Just one year after his run on "ANTM," Clark retired so he could start his own agency, IAmModel Management.
As the runner-up of cycle 23, Price has since signed to Select Models LA and State Management NYC and worked for brands including Kylie Cosmetics, Revolve, Fe Noel, House of CB, and Fashion Nova. She has been featured in magazines like Jet, done runway shows for Gypsy Sport and Lionne Clothing, and walked in Miami Swim Week. Along with her successful modeling career, Price has her own handcrafted beauty brand, SkinBUTTR, that features body butters and scrubs.
As the second runner-up of cycle 23, Roberts is the daughter of '90s supermodel Stephanie Roberts. She signed with Eye Model Management Worldwide, FiveTwenty Models, City Models, Ferrari Talent, and Wilhelmina Models LA. Roberts was featured in magazines like Elléments and Vulkan and has modeled for brands including Fenty x Puma, Brandy Melville, Levi's, and MAC cosmetics. She's also a photographer.
After "ANTM," Nelson signed with JE Model Management and has worked with brands including Nars, NYX Cosmetics, and KKW Beauty. She has since retired from modeling full-time and is now a singer/songwriter.
The runner-up of cycle 24 signed with One Management and Envy Models. Turner has done work for brands such as Victoria's Secret and Morphe Cosmetics. She has also walked during Fashion Week for various designers including Gypsy Sport and has walked in Miami Swim Week.
Kazakova signed with One Management, Natural Models LA, Select Models Miami, Model Werk, Bridge Models, and Lang Management. She has modeled for brands like Target, Christian Cowan, Aerie, Adidas, and Good American. Kazakova has also been featured in magazines like Elle and Grazia Australia.