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Paige Mobley
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TV Reality Show Contestant
    (April 25, 1994- )
    Born in Detroit, Michigan
    Based in Birmingham Michigan
    Eliminated eighth in the 23rd cycle of America’s Next Top Model
    5 ft 11 ½ in (1,8 m; tallest contestant of the season)
    She claimed to have attended a private Catholic all-girls’ school.
    Gossip Girl viewers may have seen her in a bit part.
    At the panel to determine the final flight, she rattled off a list of ambitions punctuated by a rapid-fire vintage sitcom-worthy pizzicato (with Rita calling her ‘the girl that I would hate in school’).
    She managed to create a hot-button issue out of Black Lives Matter, setting off a score of crazy Binta scenes.
    Following the PSA challenge overseen by Amber Rose (which her team lost): ‘It’s hard to come in second; second is the first to lose…’
    Between the feedback on her final photo in the grocery store shoot and celebrity inspirations shoot, and her post-ouster interview, in which she was asked to do such a rendition, Britney Spears seemed to play quite the role in her screentime.
    Despite her decent track record in challenges, she never received first callout in any photo shoot.
    She was the only contestant not to survive Tash’s reinstatement.
    President Obama honored her, then a high school student, with the Presidential Volunteer Service Award.
    She thought it would be cool to wear lingerie in the street, fitting in with the social media ad challenge overseen by DJ Khaled.
    Having been called a ‘huge billboard in Times Square,’ she was the winner of the extreme posing trampoline challenge overseen by Ashley (and a deep-tissue massage back at the Top Model digs).
    Though not the first call-out, her 12 years of competitive dance training scored her the blessing of the director for the Harlem video clip shoot (‘you name it, I did it… like training for the Olympics’).
    It was also useful in winning the honor of being the primary dancer for ‘Squad A’ in the shoot that would determine the reinstated competitor (‘Squad B’ winner Tash).
    Prior to her elimination, she had never been in the bottom two.
    Like Binta, she is an advocate for mental health issues.
    She was called ‘the mama of the house’ in Giah’s post-ouster interview.
    In her own post-ouster interview, she was one of the few contestants not to believe that it wasn’t her time to go.

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