Ali is ranked #5 in the "100 Hottest Brunettes of AIM".
When she was pregnant, she craved fruits and vegetables
In an interview in Breaux Bridge in April '97, Ali confirmed that she was offered a job by billionaire Donald Trump and that she turned it down. Trump reportedly wanted her to work for him helping to run the Miss Universe Pageant on a full-time basis. But she says she viewed this simply as a job – albeit a glamorous one – that would have gotten her off of the career path she plans to take.
Ali and husband Alejandro welcomed their first child, daughter Estela, on July 11, 2007.
Ali is from the southwestern region of Louisiana.
She shares a birthday with Josh Hartnett, John Lovitz, Robin Williams, and Don Knotts.
She was a cheerleader at Cecilia High School.
Her house was featured on E!'s celebrity homes and on MTV's Cribs.
Ali was the February Babe of the Month in 2003 for Playboy.
Ali currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
Ali has a younger brother named Ty.
Ali and Alejandro got married in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Ali and Alejandro got engaged on Memorial Day.
Ali met her current husband Alejandro at a Bible study at church.
Ali graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana with a BA in Mass Communications.
Ali specializes in swimsuit and lingerie modeling.
Ali got married to Mario Lopez on April 24, 2004 but got the marriage annulled because he cheated on her during his bachelor party.
Ali appeared on the Superbowl commercials in 1998 and 1999.
Ali is a trained gymnast.
Ali came in second on Fear Factor.
Ali is of cajun descent.
Ali got married to Alejandro Gomez Monteverde on April 8, 2005.
Ali competed in the Miss Universe pageant in 1996 and finished in the top six.
Ali has participated in the Boston Marathon.
Ali is the winner of the Miss Photogenic award at Miss USA in 1996.
Ali was Miss Louisiana in 1996.
She graduated from Cecelia High School in Cecelia, Louisiana in 1991.
She met Mario Lopez when he emceed the 1998 Miss Teen USA pageant and she was a commentator.
Ali: When people recognize me they say things like, Oh, I wanna get a crisp so I can throw it at you, she says. Or, Can you wipe your mouth just like you do in the ad?'. It has been very positive for me, but you can kinda see how that sort of thing could get annoying.
Ali: I didn't know what my goal was, but I knew I had to get out and do something exciting.
Ali: I don't date guys that I just meet randomly. I don't feel comfortable meeting strangers.
Ali: Sex outdoors is great. I'm not an exibitionist, but I love the possibility that people might be able to see.