As for the current vogue of using drag queens in fashion shows—Connie Girl at Thierry Mugler, Ru Paul at Gianni Versace, and Billy Beyond at Todd Aldham—Alexander resists attempts to lump him in with performers who do drag to entertain. Just because he wears heels once in a while doesn't mean "Miss J" Alexander can't be a good dad.Could the OG cast of "America's Next Top Model" be coming back for the new season?Fans of the hit competition show are certainly speculating that the team was back together after popular judges Nigel Barker, J Alexander and creative director Jay Manuel shared photos of themselves together on Instagram Wednesday.He started his modeling career after he met Monique Pillard, the president of Elite Model Management.He impressed her so well that she immediately signed him to her agency and met designer Jean Paul Gaultier in New York City.“It was all about fashion and performance.” His two biggest influences, he reports, were Diana Ross and Sunday services at his local church.“The best fashion show you can watch is a bunch of black women going to church in their Sunday finest,” he decrees.
"A French lesbian had asked if we would be sperm donors," he told Banks. ' And she was like, ' Ooooh, I'm not that talented.' So I said, ' Okay fine.' So we did a little test tube." Check out what other stars are dying to become parents!See photos of today's top news stories "He insists on wearing nice shoes," he writes. Alexander or Alexander Jenkins is one of the most popular American reality television personality and a runway coach. His birthplace is South Bronx, which lies in New York, USA. His most notable work can be seen in America's Next Top Model. He credits his mother as the first person to introduce him about fashion.Now very much in demand as a paid runway tutor, Alexander finds himself with a growing roster of clients (many sent to him by executives at Elite Paris, the high-powered agency that represents him), rekindled interest in his modeling career, ,and offers to open his own school.