Kelle Jacob was a contestant on Cycle 3 of ANTM.
This New York City, New York native has her own art gallery, which she named after her father. Her interests aren’t only limited to art, as she is also a fan of beauty. During her initial interviews, she mentioned that her friends called her a “white girl in a black girl’s body.” She also mentioned that her family was very well off. She also gained some controversy over her remarks regarding her appearance in photographs, saying that she felt she had a simian-looking jawline.
Kelle was sent to the bottom two with Ann Markley during the sixth week of America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 3. Although Tyra criticized them both for not bringing their great personalities into their pictures, the judges decided to take out Kelle, believing that she had less potential as a model. After being eliminated, Kelle remarked that she’ll try hard to build her career on her own, but did not seem overly optimistic.
After her appearance on the show, Kelle Jacob was in Source Magazine and had a cover of Eminence Magazine. She was also still in school. She has been featured in a series of documentaries about undecided voters in the 2008 presidential democrat primaries for the NY Times. She is currently not represented by an agency.
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