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Here's What Every "America's Next Top Model" Winner Looks Like Today

Are they still on top?

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Adrianne Curry, Cycle 1

Adrianne was just 20 years old when she took home the Top Model title in 2003, scoring a Wilhelmina Models contract and a Revlon endorsement deal. She went on to star on VH1's The Surreal Life in 2005, where she met her future ex-husband, The Brady Bunch star Christopher Knight. The couple starred in the spin-off My Fair Brady from 2005 to 2008, but ultimately divorced in 2012. Since ANTM, Adrianne has also posed multiple times for Playboy and made numerous television appearances as a pop culture commentator.

Adrianne, now 32, is extremely active on social media and makes regular appearances at comic conventions — not as a celebrity guest, but as a cosplaying fan.

Yoanna House, Cycle 2

Yoanna walked away from ANTM with an IMG Models contract in 2004, and has modeled off and on since. Yoanna's real focus post-Top Model has been hosting. She took over as host of Style Network's The Look For Less in 2005, and helped reform mean girls on the 2008 reality show Queen Bees. Today, Yoanna is a beauty correspondent for Jacksonville, Florida's First Coast Living, and according to her Facebook page, makes regular appearances on HSN as an OPI brand ambassador.

You can keep up with Yoanna, now 34, on Twitter and Instagram.

Eva Pigford, Cycle 3

After winning Top Model in 2004, Eva changed her last name to Marcille, her middle name, and transitioned into acting. She had a role on Tyler Perry's House of Payne from 2007 to 2009, starred on The Young and The Restless from 2008 to 2009, played herself on The Real Husbands of Hollywood in 2013, and has also hosted a handful of reality shows. Eva, now 30, can next be seen in the feature film Sister Code, co-starring Amber Rose, out May 2015.

Eva also became a mom in 2014, and shares a ton of photos of her daughter on Instagram.

Naima Mora, Cycle 4

Former dancer Naima has worked consistently as a model since her 2004 win, but has also delved into the music world. She fronted the rock group Galaxy of Tar from 2010 until 2013, and, according to her website, will release solo music in 2015. Naima also travels the country as a motivational speaker, and released the memoir Model Behavior in 2013.

Follow Naima's adventures and current projects on Instagram and Twitter.

Nicole Linkletter Nathanson, Cycle 5

Following her 2005 win, Nicole modeled for major brands, including Bebe, MAC, and Forever 21, but as of late doesn't appear to be doing much modeling. Nicole reportedly returned to school at California State University Northridge after the show to study marketing and got married in 2013.

Nicole, 30, is currently represented by Nous Model Management, and sporadically posts on Instagram.

Danielle Evans, Cycle 6

Danielle dropped the "elle" from her name after her 2006 win, and has worked professionally as "Dani" for brands including CoverGirl, Target, and Victoria's Secret. Between gigs, Dani squeezed in writing a how-to modeling guide called The Skinny On Getting In, published in 2013.

See what Dani, now 29, is working on today on Instagram.

CariDee English, Cycle 7

CariDee won a $100,000 CoverGirl contract along with the ANTM crown in 2007, and has gone on to walk in shows for major designers, including Christian Siriano. In 2007, CariDee hosted MTV's "true story" series Scarred, and in 2009, Oxygen's "social experiment" reality show Pretty Wicked. CariDee, now 30, has started to dabble in music, and serves as a spokesperson for the psoriasis treatment Stelara.

Keep up with CariDee on Instagram and Twitter.

Jaslene Gonzalez, Cycle 8

After being booted from Cycle 7, Jaslene came back with a vengeance and nabbed the Cycle 8 title in 2007. She's gone on to do campaigns for Garnier Nutrisse, Southpole, and Lot29, and has consistently walked in major fashion shows since her win. She shared her 2014 New York Fashion Week experience on YouTube.

Jaslene, now 28, recently helped launch the fashion site TwoMuchStyle, and is very active on Twitter and Instagram.

Saleisha Stowers, Cycle 9

Saleisha's 2009 win was clouded in controversy, having had a previous connection to Tyra Banks through her T-Zone Camp, and previous modeling experience in a national Wendy's campaign. Saleisha rose above the backlash, though, and landed multiple print campaigns with national retailers, like Macy's. In 2012, Saleisha dropped the "-eisha," and started acting under the name "Sal Stowers." She's made appearances on New Girl and Mr. Box Office, and was a regular on the online continuation of All My Children.

Sal, 29, posts almost daily on Twitter, updating fans on her latest acting roles.

Whitney Thompson, Cycle 10

Whitney made Top Model history as the show's first plus-size — or, as Tyra Banks says, "fiercely real" — winner in 2008. She went on to land several national plus-size campaigns, modeling for Faith 21, Torrid, and lingerie line Panache. In 2011, she launched the dating site The Big and the Beautiful for plus-size women; the site made headlines in 2012 when its Super Bowl commercial was deemed too racy for TV.

Whitney, now 27, got married in 2014 and settled down in Springfield, Tennessee. She and her husband, Ian, opened the farm-to-table restaurant Whitney Lee's and share its daily specials on Whitney's Instagram.

McKey Sullivan, Cycle 11

Since her 2008 win, McKey hasn't modeled a whole lot outside of her prize package jobs with Seventeen and CoverGirl. She did do spreads for Marie Claire and Vogue Knitting magazine, but McKey's real focus has been on family. She married her longtime boyfriend, Ultimate Fighter Sam Alvey, in 2012. The couple welcomed a daughter in 2013 and a son in 2014.

You can follow McKey, now 26, on Twitter, where she's an avid supporter of her husband and the UFC.

Teyona Anderson, Cycle 12

After winning Top Model in 2009, Teyona changed her name to Asia and has largely worked as a runway model internationally; she's represented by various agencies across Europe.

Asia, 27, shares family photos and behind-the-scenes snaps of her latest photo shoots on Twitter and Instagram.

Nicole Fox, Cycle 13

Nicole won the "short girls" season of ANTM in 2009, proving you don't have to be tall to make it as a model. Nicole went on to star in campaigns for Forever 21's Heritage 1981 line and Nicole Richie's House of Harlow collection. In 2013, Nicole seemingly shifted her focus from modeling to acting, and has appeared in a variety of short films.

Unfortunately for fans, the 23-year-old does not appear to have any active social media accounts.

Krista White, Cycle 14

After Tyra crowned Krista in 2010, she moved to Las Vegas and has worked off and on as a model and in retail. Directly following the competition, Krista walked in shows for Nicole Miller, Betsey Johnson, and Sergio Guadarramo.

According to her Instagram, Krista, now 30, has done a handful of print campaigns, and recently served as a judge for a competition series called Global Beauty Masters.

Ann Ward, Cycle 15

Ann was the standout of Cycle 15, mostly because she stands tall at 6'2". Judging by her Facebook page, Ann has worked consistently in high-fashion campaigns and on runways since 2010.

Now 23, Ann is semi-active on Twitter, and shares original artwork on Tumblr and Instagram.

Brittani Kline, Cycle 16

After her 2011 win, Brittani moved to New York City to begin working professionally. However, she ultimately resigned from IMG Models after less than a year with the winning agency, and returned to her home state of Pennsylvania to study Spanish and English at Lock Haven University. Brittani began modeling again in 2013 on her breaks from school, working with major fashion houses like Prabal Gurung and Balenciaga.

See what Brittani, now 23, is working on by checking out her Twitter and Instagram.

Lisa D'Amato, Cycle 17 (All Stars)

Lisa placed sixth on Cycle 5, but took home the title of Top Model "All-Star" in 2011. Since her second go-around on the show, Lisa got married to entrepreneur Adam Friedman. The couple welcomed a son in 2013.

Lisa, 33, still models occassionally, but her real focus appears to be on music and her L.A.-centric podcast. You can keep up with all of Lisa's projects on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Sophie Sumner, Cycle 18

Brit Sophie won the "British Invasion" cycle of Top Model after being named runner-up on the fifth season of Britain's Next Top Model. After her win, Sophie, now 25, relocated to New York. She's currently one of the stars of E4's reality series Taking New York, about Brits making it in the big city.

Sophie's still modeling, and regularly interacts with fans on both Twitter and Instagram.

Laura James, Cycle 19

Laura, 24, won the series' college-themed season, and went on to star in Guess' 2013 summer campaign in addition to her Top Model endorsement deals with Nine West and Smashbox cosmetics. Recently, Laura has shifted focus from modeling to acting, popping up in Hello Ladies: The Movie and even a couple BuzzFeed videos.

See what Laura's working on today by following her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Jourdan Miller, Cycle 20

Jourdan won the first-ever boys vs. girls cycle of Top Model, and, according to her website, has modeled for Nylon, Vogue.it, Vogue Taiwan, Kode, Cleo Malaysia, SYN, and Swiss Made Magazine since her 2013 win.

Jourdan, 21, regularly updates her Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages with her latest modeling shots.

Keith Carlos, Cycle 21

Keith, 27, became Top Model's first male winner in late 2014, and the Tyson Beckford look-alike is just getting his modeling career started. Keith won a contract with Next Model Management, a spread in Nylon, and a $100,000 campaign with Guess.

You can watch the former NFL player climb the modeling ranks by following him on Facebook and Twitter.

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