TVGuide.com: How shocked were you to be eliminated?
Aimee Wright: I was definitely surprised. I didn't think my picture was bad enough to get me eliminated! Possibly the bottom two, but I didn't think I was going home!
TVGuide.com: You didn't want to be naked in front of the girls, but you had to know that you'd have to do the annual nude shoot.
Aimee: I'm comfortable [being nude] as a model. But it is a reality TV show â€" that part made me a little bit uncomfortable. I look at it differently. On the show it's, "Here I am to show off my body." With modeling it's, "Here I am to sell a product." I see it as a form of art.
TVGuide.com: Is there a part of you that's relieved to be out of the house?
Aimee: Oh, yeah. It was very, very stressful, and I was actually losing sleep over what the challenges might be or what the judges were going to say. I was tossing and turning in bed forever!
TVGuide.com: What was it like being in the middle of the catfights in the house? It just seemed like pandemonium!
Aimee: There are always going to be tiffs when you have girls coming together from all over the country and from so many different upbringings. It's easy to get into arguments. I tried to stay out of the drama and the controversy.
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