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America’s Next Top Short Chick: The Ones To Watch

Submitted by on August 16, 2009 – 7:28 pm4 Comments


Being short has its advantages. You can fit into small spaces, guys will almost always be taller than you and you seldom have to worry about bumping your head. But could there be a modeling career in store for one of these pretty petites?

Most of us completely fell off the Top Model bandwagon. After cycle 92, the show was no longer as interesting as when it first aired. All jokes aside though, things will be very different this time around.

Cycle thirteen’s model hopefuls range from 5’3″ to 5’7″ in height and are representing for those who have to tippy-toe to reach things.

Here are a few of the ones to watch, if you decide to tune in:



Age: 21

Hometown: Columbia, South Carolina (currently Washington, D.C)

Occupation: Student

Height: 5’7″



Age: 22

Hometown: Chicago, IL (currently Brooklyn, NY)

Occupation: Artist

Height: 5’6″



Age: 18

Hometown: Bakersfiled, CA

Occupation: Student

Height: 5’3″



Age: 19

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Occupation: Student

Height: 5’7″

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  • Bishop says:


  • Da'ja says:

    The only short Top Models I like are Eva and Kate Moss and the modeling industry shouldn’t consider 5’7″ short but I guess its time for a change and discrimination to be out.

  • That’s not short. Most of the girls I know are in the 5′ 4″ – 5′ 7″ that’s pretty average. Short is 5ft, which makes for a perfect armrest. Here’s more advantages to being small.

    1. You can get tossed.

    2. Your not short your “grounded”.

    3. Close range fighter.

    4. If someone drops change on the floor it’s yours.

    5. Lower cabinets, pssssh that’s all you lol.

    6. I don’t need a pimp cane to lean on, I gots you.

    7. Doing flips etc is alot easier.

    Ok I’m done.

  • lol @ Rick
    Average height is considered short to the modeling industry. Over 5’7″ is considered tall to us, average to them.

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