When Ann entered the competition, she was a small town girl who just happened to be 6'1. Her lack of confidence was a struggle for her throughout the season.
Ann's makeover gave her hair a more volumizing wave and she also got a lighter color treatment.
Celebrity photog Matthew Rolston had Ann portraying an underwater goddess while modeling with real sea creatures.
The first photo shoot of the season was the start of a great run for Ann. She got best photo at panel from the judges!
Ann's true strength in pictures is her editorial, high fashion look.
This photo shoot was daunting for Ann because it was out of her element. But once again she knocked it out of the ballpark and took home best photo.
Famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier shot the girls on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
During the Rodeo Drive shoot, the girls also had to take a beauty shot. This marked Ann's record fifth consecutive best photo.
Ann's runway walk may have been the biggest challenge she faced in the competition.
The final five jetted off to Italy and in Lake Como, Ann portrayed a statue coming to life. This type of art direction really played to Ann's strengths as a model.
Tyra took the job of photographer for this compeition as Ann wowed the judges once again.
The final two, Ann and Chelsey, shot a CoverGirl commercial in the streets of Italy.
The final runway challenge allowed Ann to walk in a beautiful Roberto Cavalli show.
Ann's CoverGirl ad was placed in national magazines after her big win.
It was such an exciting moment when Ann was crowned America's Next Top Model!