Miss Alabama Katherine Webb Set to Move to NYC After Sports Illustrated Shoot? May Join 'Dancing With the Stars'
Miss Alabama Katherine Webb plans on moving to New York to be a model. Webb allegedly told her fans that she was planning on moving to New York to be a model and discussed her possible role on the next season of ABC's hit "Dancing With the Stars." She did not confirm or deny if she planned on participating on the reality dancing show.
Former Miss Alabama Katherine Webb is planning to move to New York City and pursue a career as a professional model.
The 23-year-old Alabama native conducted a photo shoot on Friday for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and reportedly commented on her possible plans for the future while she was dining at the restaurant Toy in Los Angeles.
A source for The New York Post alleged that Webb mingled with a group of women fans.
"She looked gorgeous and kept a low profile," the source said. "The ladies offered to buy her drinks, but she declined as she doesn't drink."
Webb allegedly told her fans that she was planning on moving to New York to be a model and discussed her possible role on the next season of ABC's hit "Dancing With the Stars." She did not confirm or deny if she planned on participating on the reality dancing show.
The former beauty queen is currently represented by LA Models as well as the sister company NY Models.
Webb is the girlfriend of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron.
Most of the public became aware of Webb after ESPN commentator Brent Musburger momentarily fell in love with her as she watched her quarterback boyfriend play in the BSC Championships.
"I'm telling you, you quarterbacks, you get all the good looking women," 73-year-old commentator said as Webb was seen in a video watching the game, according to The Daily Mail. "What a beautiful woman."
Webb recently received some good news as she will help "InsideEdition" cover the upcoming Super Bowl.
"So excited to be chosen to cover the Super Bowl XLVII for @InsideEdition in New Orleans!" she tweeted on Monday night about her new role.
Webb's specific job has yet to be revealed, but "Inside Edition" is a thirty-minute syndicated news program that plans to cover the Super Bowl behind-the-scenes.