Jaslene Gonzalez was born May 29, 1986 in Puerto Rico, United States, with Territories.
She is best known as the winner of Cycle 8 of America's Next Top Model.
In her CW 'Close-up' interview, it was revealed that she had also appeared in fashion shows for local Chicago designers, including Michelle Gomez of Chicago and Alexis Arquette.
In her Seventeen magazine interview, she said she had been in an abusive relationship with her ex-boyfriend; the relationship ended shortly before the filming of Cycle 7, which she had tried out for but only made it to the semifinals. She has modeled for the New York Post (Tempo), US Weekly, In Touch Weekly, had a 6-page spread in an issue of Vibe Vixen magazine and a 12-page fashion spread for Zoo Zoom Magazine.
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She had done some modeling prior to America's Next Top Model, having been represented by Avant Garde Models.
Jaslene Gonzales also made appearances on talk shows, including Live With Regis and Kelly, 106 & Park, TRL and The View—modeling a dress designed by Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
Date of birth : 1986-05-29 Date of death : - Birthplace : Puerto Rico Nationality : Puerto Rican Category : Arts and Entertainment Last modified : 2011-08-31 Credited as : Fashion model, television host, America's Next Top Model Jaslene Gonzalez is a Puerto Rican-American model, television host, and winner of Cycle 8 of America's Next Top Model.
Named One Of Latina Magazine's Latinas Of the Year, she also had a 9-page spread for Colures (U.
K fashion Magazine), was featured in Trace (magazine): Model Behaviour as Falls new faces, has been on the covers and had spreads of over a dozen magazines such as Latina, Imagén, Hombre, 6 Degrees, FN, Zoo Zoom, Fashion Salon Seventeen, Urban Latino, Bleu, Vanidades, Scene, Jam Rock, Splendor, Time Out and Metrostyle Catalog, among many others. As part of her America's Next Top Model prize, Gonzalez won representation by Elite Model Management, a 0,000 contract with Cover Girl cosmetics and a photo shoot for the cover of a 6-page spread in Seventeen magazine.