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Angelea Preston Plans To Talk About Her America’s Next Top Model All-Stars Scandal

December 09, 2011 11:06 AM by Veronica Dudo

Since the first ever America’s Next Top Model All-Stars winner, Lisa D’Amato was crowned, the web has been abuzz about the shocking disqualification of finalist, Angelea Preston. During the season finale airing on the CW Wednesday night, the show’s creator Tyra Banks informed the judging panel made up of Nigel Barker, Andre Leon Talley and Jay Manuel that the show’s producers found out information that ultimately lead to Preston’s disqualification from the competition! Keep reading to find out when the aspiring model will break her silence!

The stakes were high during this year’s all-stars season as the models were vying for a lot of prizes. The winner received a spread in Italian Vogue, a cover spread in Beauty in Vogue, a blog on Italian Vogue’s website, a celebrity guest correspondent job for Extra, a national campaign with Express and $100,000 contract with Cover Girl.

Throughout the season Preston had been a fan favorite, sharing her childhood struggles of growing up in Buffalo, NY on food stamps. The 25 year old said she refused to be a product of her environment and had set out to make a better life for herself and hoped winning the reality TV competition would be the answer. The cycle 17 finalist was first introduced to America on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 14. Knowing how important the competition was to her future, Preston was extremely emotional during the all-stars season.

Preston has yet to break her silence on the matter but tweeted on December 7 the following “OMG!!!! IM TRENDING WORLDWIDE on twitter right now!!!!!!!!!! Wowwwww!! That’s the whole world!! Lol! #humbled!! Thanks y’all!!! #LOVE”

There are many online stories speculating that Preston leaked information about the finalists which is the reason for her disqualification.

On Friday, Wetpaint reported that Preston is planning on holding a press conference in New York City on Saturday to talk about what happened on America’s Next Top Model All-Stars.

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10 Responses to “Angelea Preston Plans To Talk About Her America’s Next Top Model All-Stars Scandal”

  1. Jess Says:
    December 9th, 2011 at 1:47 pm

    From the web…it’s been speculated that she was disqualified for either:
    A) Drugs
    B) Pregnancy
    C) Spilled that she won ALL STARS to her family and friends

  2. Alan Pinera Says:
    December 11th, 2011 at 3:00 am

    I believe that the reason Angelea was disqualified was because she won the All Stars Competition and then during the airing of the show she announced she won before the finale and they had to go back and re-film the finale that’s why Lisa wasn’t all that happy when she won bc she knows shes second best. also Angelea did the best during her covergirl shoot and her commercial and overall. aside from Angelea i think Allison shouldve won

  3. cheryl Says:
    December 11th, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    She cheated on wrighting the BLOG.. I think someone else wrote it for her.. she said someting too about taking a class after the show???? I thought she wanted to be a model and to be in the modeling industry???? Not jouralism… I think she said it to cover up she cheated on the BOLG

  4. Risjaar Says:
    December 13th, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    I say Angelae has a history that would shame her totle as ANTM All Star.

    Something like prostitution or porn-related work. I hope not for Angelea, I still really love her and even if she had had a history, i’d totally dig her :)

  5. Kimberly Says:
    December 13th, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    I don’t care why…I’m just ecstatic that she lost. Her cattiness and crappy attitude were so apparent to everyone but the judges. I was horrified that she a finalist. Lisa has the ambition and fortitude to do extremely well in her career choices, and as a top model. However, I would have liked to see Laura win, Allison, next. Aspiring Top Models should be kind and have a positive attitude as so many young girls aspire to be just like them. Angelea blamed her past on every bad decision she made.

  6. Cheryl Says:
    January 13th, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    I agree with Kimberly above, that her cattiness and crappy attitude were obvious to everyone but the judges. However, I am really tired that there is so much cattiness in these shows and I love America’s Next Top Model and I am 53 years old. I have watched all of them since they started and I wish you would tell the girls up front, no bickering and cat fighting. It’s about fashion and model and how to be a young lady. Not a butthead! I don’t know why this generation needs evilness and bullying and cat fighting. I hate the shows Bad Girls, Jersey Shore, etc etc etc. I hated Simon on American Idol and I love the cast now. It’s about helping people reaching their goal and learning how to do it with grace. I think a TOP MODEL should be beautiful, elegant, graceful and know how to talk and how to talk to people eloquently. What’s wrong with that idea? Is this generation only into being BAD!

  7. Barbara Says:
    January 21st, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    Fan favorite? Really??? I couldn’t stand her!!!

  8. Cjo Says:
    March 1st, 2012 at 5:52 am

    Cheryl is absolutely right! Since the beginning, the judges have made (somewhat of) an effort to really convey to the girls that they are judged on not only their modeling abilities, but, on their inner character at panel, shoots, go-sees, etc. Yet, every season we see ( to put it nicely) a select few girls not worthy of any title, let alone something this prestigious. Tyra, you have been such a huge, POSITIVE role-model in both your professional AND personal life (because, let’s face it, a top/supermodel’s life is going to be an open book and kudos to you for doing an exemplary job)that I would think it would be just as important that the models chosen for this competition would need to proof themselves good role models, too – regardless if a camera is pointed at them or not. I can’t imagine many top companies wanting a poor example of a model to represent them. I don’t know if the judges get to see how the girls act when not in front of the camera, but, I would think since the viewing public gets to witness it, they need to also. p.s……Am going to LOVE seeing us beat out the Brits – go Tyra, Nigel, M/M Jay and you all! :)

  9. Ashe Flower Says:
    June 5th, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    I honestly believe Allison should have won, super cute, girly, and sweet. Lisa is too head strong and too much of a diva. Angelea was a damn wreck! I dont even know why the judges kept her around so long, pity maybe.

  10. paula Says:
    June 6th, 2012 at 11:10 am

    Ihave been watching every season. it seems that the women are getting meaner. it is all about fashion and i am pissed that angelea was a spoiler for laura. I would have never voted for


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