In 2007, EbonyJet.com posted an article/ad regarding Cycle 5‘s Bre Scullark and her participation and host of the Pantene Sisters of Shine Tour. Here is the text from the article (Written by EbonyJet Staff):

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“Succeed in stepping stones. Never expect longevity in this career overnight or it will not be well deserved.” – Bre

Born to a loving family in Harlem, NY, Brittney Bre Scullark showed an aptitude for modeling before she could even talk.  As a young girl, she would always pose for the family pictures with the widest grin.

During her high school years, Bre grew a new found love for fashion.  She began to feel fashion could be her calling and true passion and decided to get a job after school in a clothing store.  This was Bre’s “real” introduction into fashion trends, designers and much more.

In the spring of 2005, Bre auditioned for the Tyra Banks/UPN hit reality television show America’s Next Top Model (cycle 5).  Competing against 36,000 females, Bre made it into the house along with twelve other females and landed in third place in the competition.  Most memorable for the girl whose personality shined the brightest, Bre has been moving forward to other endeavors since the shows ending.  She has also appeared on recent episodes of the show as well.

Since the show, Bre has been adamant about going to auditions and casting calls to pursue her dream of becoming a model and branding herself as a household name.  She has since participated in many fashion shows and television and print appearances including:  BET’s Rip the Runway, Good Morning America, Valentino, Nicole Miller, US Weekly, Elle Girl, InStyle and more.  Bre’s commercial campaigns include:  Pantene and Vaseline.

Bre is also involved in several community service projects in her hometown on New York City.  She loves to speak to middle and high school students throughout the city about self-esteem, education and career oriented topics.

To learn more about Cycle 5’s Bre Scullark, visit her bio page here.

Source:  EbonyJet.com
Photo:   Derek Blanks