Where They Are Now? America's Next Top Model's Danielle Evans
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Danielle Evans was just a babysitter from Little Rock, Arkansas, until she escalated to fame as the winner of America’s Next Top Model Cycle 6. One of the front-runners on the competitive reality show, she was noted for her strikingly beautiful photographs and strong catwalk presence. Her triumph earned her a $100,000 modeling contract with CoverGirl Cosmetics, a representation with Ford Models, and a spread in Elle Magazine.

Evans graced the cover of PowerPlay Magazine, an Arkansas-based publication, following her success on America’s Next Top Model. Her popularity confirmed to be escalating as she was nominated for a Teen Choice Award as TV Choice Reality Female Star for her inclusion on and victory on Top Model. She also starred in CoverGirl’s commercial campaign on the CW official website entitled “My Life as a Cover Girl” in 2006, and joined fellow CoverGirls Queen Latigah and Tiiu Kuik in several commercials. Her exposure in the modeling world proved to be very lucrative as her modeling portfolio intensified with projects with Essence Magazine, In Touch Weekly, The New York Post, and Ashro catalog. Furthermore, she walked the runway for Baby Phat and Zang Toi during the fall 2007 New York Fashion Week, and the 2007 Ripped the Runway fashion show with other Top Model contestants.

At present, she continues to pursuit her dreams of becoming a supermodel as she graces numerous runway shows, print ads and commercials as a Ford model and as a CoverGirl campaigner.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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