I’ve added 2 new photoshoots Analeigh did earlier this year to our gallery. The first one is a portrait session from the ABC Upfronts and the second one is a photoshoot Analeigh did for New York Magazine.
Analeigh is in the current issue of Marie Claire (September). I’ve added a scan of the interview as well as the outtake of the photoshoot to our gallery.
Last week Analeigh looked stunning while attending the Diane von Furstenberg Show during New York Fashion Week. Massive thanks to my friend Claudia, who is the webmaster of Bonita Sofia Vergara, for donating the photos.
Back in August Analeigh attended the 14th Annual USTA Opening Night Gala. I’ve added a couple of photos of her during the event to our gallery.
Karlie Kloss’s towering height was not always an asset when playing basketball in school. “I was at least six inches taller than all the other girls at one point, and I was really aggressive, and I would always reach over the girls, and I’d foul out of the game,” she told VF Daily at the U.S. Open opening-night gala on Monday. “And I cried, because I felt bad,” the supermodel said. “Like, without even trying, I would trip a girl. I was so much bigger, and longer, and taller, that I just sort of hurt girls, and fouled them, and fouled out, and I just felt so bad. And my coach was, like, ‘No, that’s great! Everybody needs to be more like Karlie, more aggressive!’”
Actress Analeigh Tipton also found that being tall was not a big plus during her years as a figure skater. At age 16, she suddenly sprouted to her current height, five foot ten. “They used to sing the George of the Jungle theme song when I got tall, because I had a lot farther to fall,” Tipton said. “So it came to the point where it was a bit of a comedic show of me skating, and just falling like a tree. You’d hear a crash, the ice would crack.” She stopped skating at that point.
Tipton has just moved to New York, where she is shooting her upcoming ABC series, Manhattan Love Story. She was at the U.S. Open with co-star Jake McDorman.