America's Next Top Model: Where the Girls AreDid anyone else get the sense that this was all about Tyra convincing us that the Top Models do eventually model after the show and aren't just doomed to a career of guest shots on UPN shows? No? Never mind. Well, it is nice to see some of my favorites — Brittany, Toccara, Yoanna and Ann — looking like they really get campaigns and runway gigs. During her season I don't think I ever wished as much evil on Yaya as I did after her bit about "acting" with Antonio Banderas — from her story it sounded like her scene took a whole lot of takes; perhaps it wasn't quite as perfect as her pretentious death scene with Taye Diggs. But oh, how we love to hate Camille even
This week, fans of UPN's America's Next Top Model weren't singing along with Tyra's "Shake Ya Body." Nah, they were merrily humming a more familiar tune: "Ding-dong, the witch is dead!" Why? 'Cause that lying, egomaniacal troublemaker Camille McDonald went down, baby. Here, TV Guide Online grills the dethroned drama queen on her litany of sins. And just so you know, there's no sarcasm in her responses. She's for real.
TV Guide Online: You're the most dramatic Model of the bunch!Camille: [Giggles] Yes, I'm the girl everyone loves to hate.
TVGO: Were you acting diva-esque just to stand out on TV? Or are you for real?Camille: I wasn't acting, I was being myself. I am 26 years old. A lot of the girls are 18 and they've never been away from home before. I'm not a supermodel — that's why I'm on the show — but I'm more experienced. I went to college, I've been in a lot of pageants, I've graced the