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Her middle name, Marcille, is an amalgam of “Marjorie” and “Lucille,” her grandmother’s names.She got her high school education from Washington Preparatory High school and graduated from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta Georgia; however, she left the School Shortly after winning the third cycle of America’s Next Top Model.who the world wants you to be So if I can give anyone advice in this business on love and balancing, it's that you truly have to take a second, step back, to figure out who you are and what you want.And it is okay if those people around you don't fit into that.Eva Marcille won the third Cycle of America’s Next Top Model, beating fellow contestants Yaya Da Costa, Amanda Swafford, and Ann Markley and got a modeling contract with Ford Models as well as Cover Girl cosmetics contract, and a spread in Elle magazine.This win launched her modeling career, soon gracing the covers of Women’s Health and Fitness, Cosmopolitan, IONA, King, and Essence magazines.“Without jeopardizing what’s in the best interest of Atlanta …
He was born in the Pigford family as a daughter of Evan Pigford (father) and Michelle Pigford (Mother).The wedding will be in the fall.” She continued, “I have a little girl now (soon-to-be 4-year-old Marley Rae, with ex Kevin Mc Call) and I asked her, when I found out I was pregnant, ‘Would you like a little brother or sister? I would like a baby brother.'” Marcille added, “I didn’t expect her to choose but she had an opinion!alum — who also shares daughter Marley Rae, 3, with ex Kevin Mc Call — revealed as she promoted the launch of Urban Skin RX for Target in NYC on Jan. According to Eva, carrying little Michael has been a vastly different experience compared to her first pregnancy. “Last time I had, like, chicken salad on my pizza-type cravings.I don't get backlash like some of the reality shows today because that's not who I am.Eva Marcille is an African American actress as well as a multitalented television host.
In an Instagram post, Sterling said, “’My grandfather would tell me, ‘when the elephants fight, it’s the grass that suffers.’ This isn’t the time for political pettiness.