Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)
IMG Models - New York
Claim to Fame
America's Next Top Model winner cycle 15
Brown - Light
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Full Name at Birth
Ann Marie Ward
Profile Bio Text
Ann Marie Ward(born on April 20, 1991)is an American fashion model, best known as the winner of Cycle 15 of America's Next Top Model.
Ann Ward says Dallas, Texas as her hometown, although she hails from Prosper, a small suburb that straddles Collin and Denton counties. She graduated from Prosper High School in Prosper, Texas in 2009. She stated repeatedly that she was mocked during school due to her height and slim figure, which caused her to develop self-confidence problems.
In 2010, Ward appeared in Cycle 15 of the CW Network reality television show, America's Next Top Model, in which she competed against thirteen other aspiring models. Ward was immediately distinguishable for her 6'2" height. The judges were also shocked by her extremely thin waist, which was so skinny that runway trainer J. Alexander could nearly wrap both his hands all the way around it. Upon first seeing Ward, show host and retired supermodel Tyra Banks said, "There's something about her that I like!" A trailer for America's Next Top Model showed Banks's comments immediately after a discussion about Ward's waist, which created a public backlash that Banks was condoning overly skinny models. Later, Banks released a press statement clarifying this was not the case, claiming the editing gave the wrong impression, and apologizing for "any confusion, anger or disappointment" it caused."
Ward ranked first among the models for the first five weeks of the show, marking the first time a contestant received that honor. However, although her photos were lauded, she was also noted for her shyness, insecurity and awkwardness outside of photo shoots, as well as her difficulty during challenges that required talking. The Los Angeles Times described her as "the most reclusive and shy model to get this far in a cycle to date"
In the season finale, Ward and fellow contestant Chelsey Hersley filmed a CoverGirl Lash Blast Fusion commercial participated in a Roberto Cavalli fashion show and walk. To that point, Ward had not won any of the show's challenges, while Hersley had won three, even though Ann had been called first in panel six times (five of them in a row) and Chelsey not even once. Ward defeated Hersley and was crowned the Cycle 15 winner of America's Next Top Model. As a result, she received a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl Cosmetics, a contract with IMG Models, the cover of Beauty In Vogue, fashion spreads in Vogue Italia and Beauty In Vogue, as well as a prominent feature on the Vogue Italia website, Vogue.it. An emotional Ward said the victory was especially gratifying because she was mocked in her childhood for being "too tall [and] not normal", to which judge and fashion photographer Nigel Barker said, "Guess what? You're not normal.
You're 'America's Next Top Model.'
Ward's cover of Beauty In Vogue was published in May 2011 and her editorial in Vogue Italia was published in March 2011, shot by Ellen Von Unwerth; instead of having a two-page spread, she received a five-page spread in Vogue Italia. Ward graced the cover of Velvet Magazine in fall of 2011.
She walked for Alex London with Jane Randall, Alexandria Everett and Hannah Jones. She was featured in the season finale of America's Next Top Model, Cycle 16 in the fashion show for Vivienne Westwood with the season's finalists
Prosper High School
Very Thin Body
Ann Marie Ward (born on April 20, 1991) is an American fashion model, best known as the winner of Cycle 15 of America's Next Top Model.
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