As pretty as Danielle, now Dani, was, she couldn’t get past that extremely strong Little Rock accent that judges felt would hold her back in the modeling world and as a CoverGirl spokesmodel. But they didn’t let it hold her back too much, because with the help of a speech coach and an amazing portfolio, Evans ended up taking the “Top Model” title in Cycle 6. I loved her fun and funky personality, and knew it would take her pretty far, and it has! Evans is one of the few models from the show to have her CoverGirl contract renewed for the company, and aside from that, she’s appeared in more magazines and ads than you can count on both hands. That includes doing work for Sephora, appearing in US Weekly, Essence, The New York Post, Kouture Magazine and more. She is currently with Click Model Management, and most recently walked for TRIAS, Farah Angsana, Mara Hoffman, Michael Knight and Zang Toi during New York Fashion Week last fall.
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