Cycle 13 Contestant Sundai Love Talks 'America's Next Top Model', Her Book and Acting
Cycle 13 Contestant Sundai Love Talks 'America's Next Top Model', Her Book and Acting
Even though Cycle 13 of America's Next Top Model feels so long ago, we're still keeping up with some of the series' contestants (mainly because it's a slow news day, but still).  Anyway, we heard about Sundai Love recently, and she talked to the Bakersfield Californian about her experience on the show.  What's more, she revealed some of her future plans, such as acting on TV.

These days though, she's still busy with her academics.  "I just started school again at Cal State Bakersfield.  Yay, go college!" she exclaimed.


At 19 years old, Sundai Love was one of those who underwent a transformation in the hands of Tyra Banks on America's Next Top Model.  She was remembered for her peculiar laugh and bubbly attitude throughout the Cycle.  That's not to mention her stand-out wardrobe and making it to the final five.

It certainly was quite an experience for Sundai.  "The best part about being on the show is the big boost it gave me to help my career," she said.  "The worst part would have to be being away from my loved ones and animals for so long. "

As for what she thought of the judges, she revealed: "Surprisingly, how they act on camera is the same way they are off camera.  Tyra is a very sweet, but busy, woman.  Miss j is a say-the-first-thing-that-comes-to-mind kind of person, he holds nothing back.  Mr. Jay was the most helpful throughout the show."

Sundai Love also said that she remains in touch with some of the Cycle 13 girls.  "I still talk to all the girls and love them very much," she said.  "Jenn (An) helps me out with about everything, from what toilet paper to use to what outfit to wear."

But despite those links to her past, this America's Next Top Model star is moving on to more projects.  "I'm working on finishing my book about my life," Sundai divulged.  "Also some acting gigs and even a possible single with the rap group Vixen Ent.  So I'm working on a little bit of everything."




Source: Bakersfield Californian
(Image Courtesy of the CW)


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