Shannon Stewart's time on America's Next Top Model: All Stars came to an end this week when the top six jetted to Greece and were asked to pose in their underwear in a Greek salad bowl complete with tomatoes, lettuce and feta cheese. However, cycle one contestant Shannon remained true to her principles and brand of 'trustworthy' and refused to pose in her lingerie, which contributed to her elimination at panel. Shannon spoke to Digital Spy about her experience on the show, her plans for the future, and who she wants to win All Stars. Do you stand by your decision not to pose in underwear? What is different between being on a reality show and real-life modeling is that my agents don't submit me for jobs or castings where I would have to wear underwear but yet on Top Model I'm being pre set-up to go to a 'job' posing in underwear when that doesn't happen in modelling for me. So when Nikos said at panel he wouldn't book a girl with limitations, in your experience that hasn't been a problem?
I do like cool, pretty pictures, but my desire when you visit my site is that you smell the love of Christ. I hope to first and foremost bring Him glory, honor, and praise. I am a small town girl, from Franklin, Ohio. I loved growing up there and in my parent's quaint home. I have one sister, who is three years older than me.
'America's Next Top Model' Shannon Stewart Q&A: 'I'm nobody's puppet'
It originally aired on UPN from May to July , and was hosted by Tyra Banks , who additionally served as its executive producer and presenter. The cycle's catchphrase was "One girl has what it takes. This was the only season to feature a cast of only ten finalists.
She finished as runner up to Adrianne Curry. She was also signed to Bleu Model Management. It was no secret to the other contestants that Shannon was devout Christian, never drinking or smoking.