London: The teenage model who caused controversy when a judge showed he could fit both hands around her tiny waist, has now been named as America's Next Top Model. Ann Ward, 19, who is 6ft 2in and from Dallas, started a controversy with her extremely slender physique as she. Made her first appearance on the show Now she has been declared winner of the program, landing a modeling contract, a spread in Italian Vogue and a $ 100,000 contract to advertise Cover Girl cosmetics. She was with emotion after judges including designer Roberto Cavalli, Vogue magazine, Andre Leon Tally and host Tyra Banks told her she had to overcome beaten 22-year-old finalist Chelsey Hersley from Idaho. "I'm show like this. Honored All these comments about tall and just not normal. Going to look back and feel 'I would have been so nice to the girls,'" the Daily Mail quoted her as saying. Back in August, Ward's slim appearance caused controversy when her audition was in a trailer for the 15th Season of the show shown. Their waspish waist shocked the judges with judge J Alexander putting his hands around her waist, touched them on both sides. "You have the smallest waist in the world. Look at that waist!" Tyra had Ward said.
Teen waist — America’s Next Top Model
Posted by: 2013-08-16