Since it launched in 2003, Tyra Banks' America's Next Top Model has transformed dozens of twenty-something girls into experienced models. Here are the winners of each season of the modeling competition, where they are now and what they've been up to since they won their Cycle:
Adrianne Curry (born August 6, 1982) was the very first winner of America's Next Top Model and she's gone on to become one of the most successful and well known of all the Top Models.
The rebellious model went on to walk the runway for designers like Jamie Pressly and Ed Hardy, model for numerous magazines, appear in Playboy, make several "Sexiest women" lists and be on TV commercials.
Adrianne Curry also went on to become a reality TV star, appearing on The Surreal Life (where she met her future husband, The Brady Bunch's Chris Knight) and My Fair Brady (which documented their life together). She and Knight divorced on August 19, 2011.
After winning Cycle Two, Yoanna House (born April 9, 1980) appeared in magazines like Jane, modeled for Sue Wong, and did a commercial for the Declare Yourself voting campaign.
House became host of the fashion show The Look for Less in 2005, replacing Elisabeth Hasselbeck. The following year, House became the face of The CW network, appearing in commercials and web advertisements for the fledgling network. In 2008, House hosted the reality series Queen Bees, which attempted to reform mean girls.
Eva Marcille (born Eva Pigford October 30, 1984) was Cycle Three's resident tomboy. After she won Top Model she appeared on the cover of magazines like Brides Noir and Women's Health and Fitness; and modeled for companies like CoverGirl, DKNY and Samsung.
As an actress, Eva Marcille has appeared in numerous music videos, guest starred on TV shows like Everybody Hates Chris and received award nominations for her role as Tyra Hamilton on the soap The Young and The Restless.
Cycle Four's Mohawk-sporting model, Naima Mora (born March 1, 1984), went on to model for CoverGirl, Christopher Deane, Walmart and ELLEgirl and Elle and IN Touch magazines and Project Runway's fashion week finale.
As an actress, Naima Mora has appeared on Veronica Mars and in the independent film Sarbanes-Oxley.
Also a singer, Mora is currently in the band Galaxy of Tar, which released the single "Volatile Glass" in 2010.
Although her personality didn't shine during Top Model's Cycle Five, Nicole Linkletter (born February 27, 1985) impressed the judges. Since winning the CoverGirl contract, Linkletter has also modeled for companies like Secret Deodorant, Milk Boutique, So Low and Crystal Rock by Christian Audigier; appeared in magazines like People, Jewel, US Weekly and Girlfriend; walked for numerous runway shows and graced the covers of Cleo Singapore, Urban Singapore, Marie Claire Malaysia and More magazines.
Nicole Linkletter has also been a Miss USA judge and appeared on The Tyra Banks Show.
Although Danielle "Dani" Evans (born June 7, 1985) was hampered by her southern accent, she won Cycle Six of Top Model. Since then, she's modeled for CoverGirl (she's one of only a few Top Model winners to have her CoverGirl contract renewed), Ford, Pastry, Victoria's Secret; served as the spokesmodel for Akademiks and walked for designers like Michael Knight, Zang Toi, Baby Phat Style Salon and Jenni Kayne.
Dani Evans has appeared on BET'S Rip the Runway and the finale of Project Runway Season Five.
CariDee English (born May 22, 1985) raised Top Model judges' concerns because of her over-the-top personality and tendency to act and speak impulsively. After she won Cycle Seven, English has modeled for such companies as JC Penney, Johnny P. Shoes, Matrix Professional Colors and designers Aubrey O'Day and Christian Siriano; she's been featured in magazines like Seventeen, Social Life, Healthy Living and Runway; and walked the runway for Yotam Soloman, Carlos Campos, Renee Larc and Jordi Scott.
CariDee English co-hosted MTV's Scarred and Oxygen's Pretty Wicked.
Puerto Rican American model Jaslene Gonzalez (born May 29, 1986) had tried out for Top Model 7 before returning to win Cycle Eight. Since then she has appeared in dozens of magazines like New York Post, US Weekly,In Touch Weekly, Vibe Vixen, Seventeen and ZooZoom Magazine; she has modeled for brands like Garnier Nutrisse, Southpole, Kett Cosmetics, Marianne Stores and walked the runway for numerous fashion weeks and designers like Elda De La Rosa, James De Colon, Nora Del Busto, and Soledad Designs.
Jaslene Gonzales has appeared on BET's Rip the Runway and in the finales of several seasons of Project Runway. She has been on the talk shows Live With Regis and Kelly, 106 & Park, TRL and The View.
Saleisha Stowers (born January 20, 1986) commanded the Top Model runway, but had to fight her commercial looks to win Cycle Nine. After winning, she went on to model for companies like CoverGirl, Dereon, Apple Bottoms, Baby Phat and Macy's; she has appeared in magazines like Seventeen, InTouch Weekly, OK!, Modern Bride and Essence and she has walked the runway for Bill Blass, Carson Kressley's Safilo, Billabong, Beach Bunny Swimwear and Lana Fuchs.
Saleisha Stowers has appeared on several episodes of The Tyra Banks Show and an episode of Ugly Betty.
During Top Model Cycle Ten, Whitney Thompson (born September 26, 1987) was criticized for being "too pageanty," but she overcame that to win the season. Since then, "Plus-size model" Thompson has modeled for CoverGirl, Fashion Bug, Saks Fifth Avenue, Torrid, Target and Forever 21; she has appeared in magazines like Seventeen, Plus Model Magazine and Jacksonville Magazine; and has served as an ambassador for the National Eating Disorders Association.