What The Divas Are Doing Now
Ann says that the whole experience of Top Model was amazing, and blah blah blah, and they are handed so many great things, and Ann is so thankful (LIE #10!). She says that a pool or other body of water is like a second home to her. Does Eva's honey pot count? Elaine Markley -- Ann's mom, who is quite lovely, I may add -- says that Ann's love of sports began with water polo. Ann says that being an athlete gave her the attitude of, "okay, I'm gonna mess you up," and we flash back to her threatening to knock out Jennipher. Man, that was an awesome moment. Ann's mom says that Ann has had to learn to be tough, which has served her well and made her a competitor. But alas, love fells even the bravest of warriors, which is the only explanation for the quivering mess that was Ann whenever Eva was near. Ann says that she thought modeling would be easy, but that it was actually hard. We flash back to Ann's awesome body in her swimsuit, and Kate Dillon (so pretty!) saying that she doesn't think Ann is photogenic, and Tyra replying that she doesn't know what to do with Ann's face and body. We see Broken Shell of Ann from the end of the season. She says that she won't be torn down, and that it's not about failing because she didn't win, but about making it to the fourth-place spot, which was the best that she could do at the time. She's coming across pretty well, I have to say.
Ann says that her hometown of Erie, PA, where we have footage of her walking, is a great town to grow up in, but is too small for her. She charmingly whispers into a little seal statue that she's going to become a real top model. She says that she's moving to New York to pursue a modeling career, and that she was contacted by Elite Models (with whom she now has a contract) and is anxious to see if she likes it. And the show does not tell us that Ann did several shows during New York fashion week, because it's jealous that she's booking more work than Eva. So I am going to go ahead and say LIE #11!