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"It was really a reality TV show. That's not what I signed up for," the fashion model tells Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live."

"America's Next Top Model" doesn't really deliver what it promises to contestants, according to model Winnie Harlow, who finished 6th in Cycle 21.

"[My success] really started after the show, 'cause that really didn't do anything for my career, which, it doesn't do anything for any model's career, realistically," Harlow told Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live" Tuesday night when a caller asked about her rise to fame. "But a photographer from London hit me up—major photographer Nick Knight—and he was like, 'Hey, I've seen your photos online, and I want to do a shoot with you.' It went viral, and I got campaigns from there, and it hasn't stopped since."

Harlow, like other aspiring models, was expected more opportunity after competing on the show. "That’s why I went on," she explained. "Because I thought, 'That was going to be a career starter.' But it was really a reality TV show. That's not what I signed up for."

"Wow, so it's almost like you made it in spite of the show," Cohen replied.

"Well, I wouldn't like to say that," Harlow clarified. "Because it’s still a part of my history, and I'm really grateful for everything that I've done to get where I am."

The Canadian fashion model also attended the prestigious Met Gala Monday night, along with Cohen and fellow guest, celebrity stylist Brad Goreski.

Another phone caller asked the Goreski and Cohen who they believed was the most drunk at the New York fashion event.

"He's another talk show host," Cohen admitted. "And it's not Jimmy Fallon."

That leaves two other suspects: Stephen Colbert and James Corden. We're putting our money on Corden!

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