Isis King is confident that this season of "America’s Next Top Model" will have people tweeting like crazy.
The model caused a stir in cycle 11, when she revealed that she’s actually a transgenger woman. Now that she’s back for cycle 17, she’s interested to know what the world thinks of her participation.
"Until I watch it I’ll never know what people say behind closed doors!" Isis tweeted. "I’m sure there will be some Twitter drama when the show airs–it will be very juicy!"
Hopefully for Isis, viewers will be more interested in talking about her clothes than her personal life. She revealed to People.com that she’ll be wearing many of her own designs throughout her return the show.
"My clothes are edgy, bold," said Isis, who has graduated from the Art Institute of Philadelphia. "Growing up, my favorite designer was Donatella Versace."
Although the model could work the camera with a couture flair that most of her cycle 11 rivals didn’t have, she was a shier personality in the house once she stopped snapping shots. It’s something she hopes to change for her second run.
"I competed as a woman the first time," Isis said. "but [post surgery] I’m ready to show the world more confidence this time around."
Be sure to keep an eye on Isis as she competes for the prize on cycle 17 of "America’s Next Top Model," airing Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. EST on the CW.