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Liz Williams was a contestant during Cycle 15 of ANTM.

The Arlington, Texas shoe sales rep was 21 years old during her appearance on America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 15.

During initial interviews, Liz revealed to the judges that she has a daughter, works two jobs and goes to college full time. Due to her lack of income, she receives government assistance to make ends meet. Upon leaving her interview with the panel, the judges said that considering her circumstances, she seemed balanced and together. Mr. Jay said she had a beautiful, masculine face.

Liz shared that she’s been through hell, but she’s trying to get to heaven. She said she’s ‘letting it go’ that there are girls in the competition complaining about superficial details in their lives.

Liz was called 7th during selection of the final 14 girls.

In episode 2, Liz had a strong performance in the four-stories-high Diane Von Furstenberg runway show. She said, “I was so scared. I kept thinking, am I going to die? Do I look good? in the same thought, which was more than I could contemplate at one time.”

Liz also did well during the Teen Bully photo shoot with Deborah Anderson. During final review of her photo, Nigel said her photo looked “punky.” Andre Leon Talley (ALT) said that she was wonderful standing there, but the photo didn’t do it for him. During final deliberation, ALT also said that the dynamic is in her face, but her body didn’t impress.

Liz was called 6th during elimination.

During episode 3, Liz and the other girls got their Top Model makeovers. Liz expressed that she wanted to make her hair all one length, but ended up getting shorter hair, about which she wasn’t too happy.

During the “Fallen Angels” photo shoot, Mr. Jay commented that Liz was being a “pain in the butt” during the shoot, due to frequent complaining about the shoot conditions. He added that he was surprised she could “pull it together” by the end of the shoot.

During panel, guest judge Patricia Field commented that she did not look powerful in her body, but her face did. Nigel said that it was a “good beginning.”

Despite the criticism from Mr. Jay, Liz was called 6th during elimination.

Liz began episode 4 by winning the roller coaster posing challenge at Knott’s Berry Farm. Liz was asked to portray a “catalog” look and she performed better than any of the others. For winning, Liz won a photo shoot with Tyra Banks and she got to bring along two friends, Kayla and Chris. After the photo shoot, the girls got to enjoy tea with Tyra.

During the “Undersea Goddess” photo shoot with Matthew Rolston, Liz and the girls had a chance to model jewelry from Martin Katz, Neil Lane and Mikimoto. While shooting, Mr. Jay said she was being a “pain in the butt,” as she was complaining about her contacts drying out while shooting. Jay added, “Everything is a complaint to her; you should be able to pose through anything.”

In panel, ALT said that her photo “felt flat.” Nigel said that it “wasn’t genius and he couldn’t understand it.” Tyra commented that she was really disappointed because when she shot Liz for her challenge win, she did a great job. She added, “you should be able to push the the pain and close your eyes.”

Due to Liz’s inconsistent performance, she landed in the bottom two with Rhianna. While in the bottom two, Tyra told her that the judges were nervous because she’s making too many excuses.

In the end, Rhianna was eliminated and Liz was asked to participate for another week.

In episode 5, Liz and the girls participated in a Herve Leroux runway challenge where the catwalk consisted of two fast-moving conveyor belts. Liz’s initial concerns were surrounding the train of her long dress possibly getting caught on in the conveyor belts, but that didn’t happen. After visibly swearing on the runway (and on camera), Liz was able to maintain her composure and pull through the challenge.

During the “Lucha Vavoom” photo shoot with Eddie and Moshe Brahka, Mr. Jay commented that she “looked fake.”

In panel, guest judge Karolina Kurkova commented that Liz was “so convincing, she didn’t want to be on the set in case she got beat up.” Nigel said he “loved her eyes, but she looks crazy.”

While deliberating, Nigel said she “looked totally insane in her photo.” ALT added that she “had something magical.”

Liz had a solid performance, which earned her a 5th call out during elimination.

Episode 6 began with a CoverGirl challenge. Liz and the girls were split into groups of three and had to teach the public how to use CoverGirl products. The public judged the girls and so did fashion journalist Derek Blasberg. Liz was grouped with Chris and Chelsey – and after the judging, they didn’t shine as well as the winning group, Kayla, Esther and Kacey.

For their photo shoot, the girls got to work with fashion stylist Lori Goldstein and world famous photographer Patrick Demarchelier on Beverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive. Liz got to shoot with Kendal  and a male model. During the shoot, Mr. Jay said that “you almost didn’t notice or look at Liz, as Kendal and the male model were stealing the frame during the group shot.” Patrick Demarchelier at one point asked Liz to stop talking while they were shooting. During the walking shot, both Tyra and Mr. Jay were entertained by Liz’s “swagger.”

During panel, Patrick Demarchelier said that both girls were “fantastic and moved very well and were relaxed in the group shot.” Nigel said that “to him, the walking shot wasn’t authentic. He didn’t believe it.” Tyra said that “it was almost like she was making fun it, as opposed to really committing to an emotion.”

During deliberation, Nigel said that “her beauty shot worked very well because she’s being believable. She’s not hamming it up.” Patrick Demarchelier said that she “did well in this photo. In the last one, she tried too much running in the picture.”

Liz’s weaker performance resulted in a 7th call out during elimination.

In episode 7, the girls were introduced to the Grammy Museum and their first challenge of the episode. The girls were paired up and had to dress each other as if they were going to present an award at the actual Grammys. Liz and Kayla volunteered to pair up and dress each other for the challenge. Their team did very well presenting their ensembles – and ended up being the winning team. Ultimately, Liz did not win the prize of becoming an actual Grammy girl during the Grammy award presentation; Kayla won the prize.

For their photo shoot with Francesco Carrozzini, Liz was tasked to portray John Galliano, which is a male designer. During the shoot, Mr. Jay said that “she became John Galliano.” He told her he was “really impressed and that it was her best shoot.” Francesco Carrozzini said that she” did well.”

During panel, Tyra said, “You have the gift of androgyny. There is a beautiful sexuality and sensuality and strength that your bone structure leans toward that you should really work. There is something there that is magical.” Nigel loved that “she was quite subtle.” ALT loved her outfit. He said, “You caught the essence of his body gestures and the subtlety of that whole theatricality.” Francesco Carrozzini commented, “What you achieved in this shot was quite incredible because it looks like you’ve started the character. You walked in front of the camera convinced that you were John Galliano.”

During deliberation, Nigel commented that “even though she’s playing a guy, she’s sexy in that picture.”

Liz’s overwhelmingly positive response and performance earned her a 1st call out, breaking Ann’s streak of five 1st call outs.

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48 Responses to “Liz Williams”

  1. Susan Says:

    She won’t get signed with an elite agency in NYC. Her body is muscular and her face is not feminine. She could do underground work in America, but that’s it.

    • Liz N'Diaye Says:

      Susan, do you ever have anything nice to say, about anything?

    • Anon Says:

      You do realise you are being a bit bitchy right now? I don’t think you have a modelling career either. So stop judging :|

    • ama Says:

      OMG Susan U suck. Ok? She’s perfect. You dumb her down just becouse youre jelous. But you are so pased. Theres something on her that i love since i saw her. its like a sparkle, she is so sexy and PERFECT. Well, as i said before Go hell. And i wish the best for Liz and her daughter cause she didn’t win the competition but for me shes a winner. Bye.

  2. BluBluBlooo Says:

    OMG! SHE LOOKS GREAT WITH LONG HAIR!

  3. Mariane Says:

    She should be THE WINNER!!!!!

    • ree anne Says:

      i agree with it..yeah goo liz

    • ama Says:

      Totaly agree. I see a sparkle on her that non of the other girla had. I love her. Her style and her face. I hope shes ok with her daughter now. :) Good luck for her. She sould be the winner of cycle 15.

  4. Gabby Says:

    UGH! More of a drag queen than Dominique from Cycle 10. But on the other side, her personality doesn’t suck so I’m not disliking her, but her face and everything. I just don’t think she should get this far.

    • Christine Says:

      I agree! She is not meant for haute couture, which doesn’t believe in the androgynous look Tyra Banks preaches. Yes, androgyny is attractive but there is the fashion look (Jenny Shimuzu) and the butch look (Liz). Androgynous means having both masculine and feminine features but your face has to be soft enough to translate as unique. Jenny Shimuzu looks boyish with a short haircut, but her features are accentuated which is ideal for a female model. Liz’s features are not accentuated; they are hard like Krista White’s.

    • joejoe_no1 Says:

      Her personality is like yours. This is amazing. You were on Chris White’s page bashing her to death. But you are on this page loving this complaining girl to death. Which is it? You think a designer would love a complainer who doesn’t like anything in the vision?

      Now, to the modeling. These test shots are not good. This is one time when she should have complained about the make-up. They didn’t make her skin look clear. Hopefully she gets the opportunity to get her dreams met. Good luck to her.

  5. alex Says:

    What are those two dots on her eyebrows? Just curious.

  6. Lana Says:

    With long hair she SORTA looks like a less-hot Angelina Jolie.

  7. Jenny Says:

    Just average really. Like Tyra.

  8. Krislyn Knighten Says:

    I think she looks absolutely beautiful! My cousin did a great job! She pushed through everything and everybody that said she couldn’t and made so much further the most! I think instead talking down on people maybe we should do more uplifting! Most wouldn’t even make to audition because of nerves! She did it and made it very far in the competition! Liz will do bigger and better things! This is not the last time you will see her!

  9. alex Says:

    This cycle is particularly quiet; there isn’t as much drama here than cycle 14.

  10. Marts Says:

    Before she gets signed to an agency, she should learn to soften up a little bit. She actually looks crazy in some of her non-ANTM pics.

  11. Nat Says:

    I do have to say that her John Galliano shoot was effing fabulous. She has that gender-ambiguous thing that really works amazingly well in that photo.

    Throughout the rest of the season I thought she was eh. But that was my favorite of her by far.

  12. boo Says:

    She was ugly as a person and that’s why she didn’t win. I don’t think she should have gone that far either. Sucks for other people who left before her. Excuse after excuse after excuse; she won’t make it far in the modeling industry.

    • Andre Lennon Says:

      Liz is a cute girl but the drugs, excuses, and attitude keep her on the bottom. Still running around Arlington (Ricks Cabaret DFW) and Bedford talkin’ about “I’m gonna be a model.” Get off the weed, get your head right, and raise that little baby you’ve got instead of waiting tables and hustlin’ lapdances, “Hustla”!

  13. AWilson325 Says:

    Her skin looks horrible in her after shots.

  14. Brunito Says:

    There is something really interesting about her, no doubt she’s beautiful. But her pics are kinda lame. Bad skin plus she raises her eyebrows and tries to make her eyes bigger than they actually are and there’s no need for that. And her personality is controversial. I wish her good luck.

  15. Erica Says:

    I think she’s gorgeous! She reminds me of a more feminine Ohmayhra Mota. I think she’ll definitely get picked up by an agency; she has a semi-androgynous feel. To be honest, she did complain a bit, but I don’t think she was a drama queen. This cycle only had a little bit of drama (Kacey and Lexie) and they both went home early, so I feel like her bit of complaining was way exaggerated.

  16. Ariana Says:

    It’s not all about the looks you know. You girls are all b*tches!!!!

  17. yana Says:

    Does anyone think that she is like Salma Hayek?

  18. jenny Says:

    She’s really a man. A ugly man.


  19. Strong face structures.

  20. lele Says:

    Who cut her hair it amazing.

  21. Ny Says:

    Like her on the show but after the show her skin looks bad & I hate the long hair. =/

  22. Linda Says:

    She looks like a drag queen with long hair. I liked her in the begining but she was such a complainer.

  23. Jenna Says:

    I just love her so much. Much better with short hair, though. Favourite model to ever be on ANTM! :)

  24. Jerry Sable Says:

    ikr, she looks drag with long hair.

  25. Nayomi Says:

    I liked Liz, she was gorgeous without short hair, in my opinion. She could have gone further. She was too much of a complainer, I agree with that.
    If you scroll down and look at the pictures, with her having long hair, she was a AWESOME poser, and all! So strong. But, as you scroll up, when she has shorter hair, she’s losing that strong sense of passion for poses that she has…if Liz didn’t lose those strong taste on those poser, she could of been in the top 2, maybe. If Liz was in the Top 2, I don’t think Ann would be in the Top 2. Liz could take her spot. I don’t think Ann has what it takes, though. She only went to 1 Go-See got lost. If she goes too Tokyo, she’ll get lost, and for her age if she gets lost. But, I do think Ann is a really good, strong, powerful, and GORGEOUS<3 girl. She's a great role-model, as Ann said, she hoped if she wins she'd be a good role-model for those people out there who've been bullied for being different, or bullied//picked on. :)

  26. da4our Says:

    liz i think you are one of a kind your beauty is beyond ones imagination.wish you all the best in becoming successful

  27. Katherine Says:

    Cutting her hair was a mistake. She is so beautiful, though. She has strong, gorgeous features. And her body is to die for.I loved how real she was, unlike many of the fake contestants.

  28. Rhocurl Says:

    Tyra said leave her hair short…
    TYRA WAS RIGHT!!!!

  29. abdul Says:

    U all have no idea what you are talking about , she is gorgeous , she should have won


  30. Thanks for publish the new image gallery .Its really awesome !
    Thank you so much !


  31. Liz complained entirely too much. For someone who said “i am here for my daughter, to make her and our lives better” she complained entirely too much about things. If she really wanted to make it in the modeling world, she needed to focus far more on doing the work that was needed instead of the discomforts that she felt. Maybe if she had focused and worked a bit harder instead of complaining, she may have made it much farther in the competition. A positive attitude is very attractive and extremely important, especially in the modeling/fashion world!


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