If self-serving blow hard Tyra Banks had her way, she'd name herself America's Next Top Model every year.
Fortunately, that's against this show's rules, which meant good things for Krista White last night.
The 26-year-old from Pine Bluff, Arkansas beat out Raina Hein in the finals and was reduced to tears when her name was announced as the winner.
"I can't believe it. I want to pinch myself," said White. "Nobody thought it would be me. For me, to be from the small Pine Bluff with maybe 100 or something people where nobody ever leaves. It's amazing ... I'm excited I'm America's Next Top Model."
Of course, someone has to tell Angela that the competition is over - and she lost.
"I know America loves me," the self-promoting finalist said after being eliminated. "Even though I'm not in the final two, I'm still America's Next Top Model."
Except that you aren't.
Banks referred to White as "the embodiment of a top model." As the winner, she receives a contract with Wilhelmina Models; a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics; and a six-page spread in Seventeen.
Were you happy Krista won?