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Mame Adjei
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    Mah-meh (there’s an acute accent on that ‘e,’ but the accented syllable is up for arbitration).
    ‘I want to be just like Tyra Banks. I want to get in front of any camera and just turn it on.’
    Man, that wide, wide gummy grin!
    Following the foam pool free-for-all that would determine who would make the second flight of competitors, she boasted that a female was going to win the season.
    She went into the bathroom in the Top Model digs to relieve herself – after a morning of cleaning – only to find Hadassah was already there having a leisurely shower. (A shouting match that continued on the bus to the ‘possessed’ photo shoot ensued.)
    On the go-see: ‘L.A. traffic is terrible, and I would hate to lose this challenge over traffic.’ Guess what happened?
    She attributed her bottom challenge score for the phoney Nylon cover spread – won by Nyle – to her ‘regal’ styling.
    Unlike Lacey, who was fully fluid, she heavily fumbled her final presentation at the start of the final episode.
    How many times this season have you heard her say (Ghanaian-American) ‘diplomat’s daughter’?
    She loves painting and drawing.
    She is an amateur magician.
    She worked as a dog walker in her neighborhood.
    During her audition, she exchanged a few words with the panel in French.
    She described her situation as a ‘reverse Cinderella.’
    As the winner of the pose-off challenge (dressed like a Grease character) overseen by the Property Brothers, she was the first winner of the keys to the Tyra Suite.
    Unlike fellow pageant girl Hadassah, she had no open issues with her makeover (‘curls gone wild’ on top of her corkscrews).
    She won the first challenge – the pool party shoot – in the Vegas stage of the season, netting her a spa evening.
    At the Zappos Couture challenge, she cited the size of the shoe, as opposed to the style, as her reason for initially not wishing to wear them in her second walk. (No matter; ‘this is my fifth challenge win.’)
    At the ‘Fierce-O-Gram’ photo shoot (#missingyou): ‘Innocent in the face, risque in the body.’ And her first number-one photo of the season.
    At the Top Model digs, following the final runway walk with the eventual winner, she signed, ‘Tomorrow it will be just one.’
    She does not fear heights.

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