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It was six years ago that Yoanna House won Cycle 2 of America's Next Top Model, and a number of big events has happened since then. She continued her fashion career, got married, and gave birth to a son. She also managed to undergo some cosmetic surgery at one point, in order to enhance her chest.
"I know that I've changed," she told E! Online. Debunking any rumors about getting plastic surgery on her face, Yoanna House explained just what she's been up to regarding her physical appearance.
Former America's Next Top Model winner Yoanna House has reportedly responded to speculation about her recent appearance. The 29-year-old, who won the second cycle of the CW show, debuted her new look at a party in New York this week. Speaking to E! Online's Marc Malkin, she said: "I know that I've changed. I just had a baby about a year ago, and I put on a lot of weight. "My baby doesn't sleep through the night, so that might age you a little bit. Other than that, I've never done anything to my face, besides (more) »
- By Lara Martin
America's Next Top Model's Yoanna House wants you to know that the only part of her body that's been surgically enhanced are her breasts. After the 29-year-old Antm cycle-two champ hit last night's CW: It's a Reality party in NYC, bloggers started speculating about whether she's had work done to her face in the six years since she won cycle two of Tyra Banks' runway reality show. Sure, House admits she's not the model-thin, fair-skinned beauty she was back then, but she came exclusively to us to shoot down any suggestion that she's turned her face into a smorgasbord of cosmetic surgery... "I know that I've changed," House says. "I »
3 items from 2010
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