What is Lisa D'Amato doing now that she won America's Next Top Model?
—Kerry Carlin, St. Louis, Mo.
D'Amato, 31, is reveling in the rewards that are bestowed on the winner of the modeling competition, including seeing her face on the cover of Vogue Italia, her CoverGirl contract and promoting ANTM's first perfume line, Dream Come True.
The Los Angeles resident says she is especially excited about the new perfume because the fragrance is very close to the one she created in the on-air challenge where the girls designed their own scent. "They just added little things here and there to make it perfect," D'Amato says. "As soon as I smelled it, I said, 'This is exactly like mine.'"
D'Amato recently finished recording her second album and says she will be traveling around the country in support of it. "I have been doing this dance in Hollywood since I was 12 years old," she says. "So regardless if I had the opportunity to do America's Next Top Model: All Stars, 2012 would still have been an amazing year for me. Now it is going to be a firework explosion of love."