What started out as an innocent question turned into so much more!
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Doesn’t sound like 2014 is Rob Evans' year.
Not only has he been ousted from the America's Next Top Model judges panel (cycle 21 will see the return of J. Alexander), the male model he allegedly assaulted in 2012 has now filed a lawsuit against him.
To refresh your memory, the soon-to-be former ANTM judge was arrested on felony assault charges for supposedly sending Landry Macedo to the hospital after attacking him.
The criminal case is still going, but Landry is now suing for unspecified damages, also claiming that his modeling agency, Next Management, is responsible since they knew of Rob’s violent tendencies and did nothing.
Seems like it could really go either way, especially since apparently Rob claims he was apparently acting on self-defense.
What do U think???
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Well, a source has exclusively revealed to CocoPerez.com that Cycle 20 was indeed his last.
Yep, he's DONE.
None other than the FIERCE
Yes! New life! This is so exciting!
Eva Marcille Pigford, of America’s Next Top Model fame, became a momma on Friday, January 31st!
And just days after tattooing her bump!
The 28-year-old model’s boyfy Kevin McCall was SO excited that he had to share some pics on Instagram, which is where he revealed the little girl’s name! Daddy McCall said
She's about to pop!
America’s Next Top Model winner Eva Marcille Pigford announced in August that she's five months pregnant.
That means she's due any day now!
The pregnant lady confirmed our estimations with a beautiful picture of her baby bump, but it wasn't just any ordinary baby bump — it was an inked one!
Here's what she wrote on the Instagram pic:
The woman who made "fierce" and "smize" a regular part of our vocabulary may likely never model again!
WHAT?! And yet, it's true!
In fact, Tyra Banks admits she doesn't even miss those days! She said:
"I don't miss modeling very much because I have America's Next Top Model, so for the past ten years I've been creating photo shoots, executive producing the television show, and doing a lot of photo shoots myself."
Well, it probably is better being the boss!
Though she does admit that modeling wasn't all that difficult as far as work. She explained:
"I don't like the label 'plus-size' — I call it 'fiercely real.' On Top Model, we call it 'fiercely real'. I don't want to use the term 'plus-size,' because, to me, what the hell is that? It just doesn't have a positive connotation to it. I tend to not use it."