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Who won Season 12 ANTM?

Who won Season 12 ANTM?

Teyona Anderson
America’s Next Top Model- Season 12/Winners

Teyona Anderson won “America’s Next Top Model” Cycle 12 in 2009. Anderson was largely known for her “wind in the face” look. As part of her prize package, the New Jersey native won a modeling contract with Elite Model Management, a fashion spread and cover in Seventeen, and a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics.

What happened to Allison from season 12?

Harvard is signed with NEXT Model Management and Elite Model Management. She has walked in several runway shows and has appeared in several promotional videos and ads, including photos for a glittery body art service. She was also featured in ONE Magazine. Havard became the face of got2b hair products in 2019.

Is there a season 12 of ANTM?

The prizes for this cycle were: A modeling contract with Elite Model Management. A fashion spread and cover in Seventeen. A US$100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics….America’s Next Top Model (season 12)

America’s Next Top Model
Season 12
Judges Tyra Banks Nigel Barker J. Alexander Paulina Porizkova
No. of contestants 13
Winner Teyona Anderson

Did Allison Harvard win ANTM?

Teyona Anderson, 20, of Woodstown, N.J., a self-described “country girl” is the winner of “America’s Next Top Model” cycle 12. She won over Allison Harvard, 20, of New Orleans, and third place contestant Aminat Ayinde, 21, of Union, N.J. Teyona has a striking modelish look and a beautiful smile.

What cycle was Allison Harvard on?

cycle 12
Allison Elizabeth Harvard (born January 8, 1988) is an American model, artist, actress, and Internet celebrity, best known as the runner-up of both cycle 12 of America’s Next Top Model and America’s Next Top Model: All-Stars.

Did any ANTM make it big?

Despite all of Tyra Banks’ promises, very few models from America’s Next Top Model actually saw success in the fashion world after the show. Surprisingly, some of the most successful contestants weren’t even winners, which shows just how poor of a job the show actually did of finding “top” models.

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