Although winning the show would, undoubtedly, have been a nice bullet point on her resume, Watchman is hardly a newbie, and will resume her already-successful modeling career. She has been modeling professionally for five years—since she was 15—and is signed to the prestigious Wilhelmina agency.
Update on ANTM: Mariah's gone, but Nigel might have learned something
A fan tweeted to Nigel Barker, one of the show's judges, about how stereotypical it was to dress a Native model as Pocahontas. Barker acted like he didn't know what she was talking about and said ATNM was responsible only for giving Watchman a shot.
That's a typical response from an ignorant white man, but then Barker (or someone) deleted his tweets. Covering up his racial insensitivity and protecting him from further embarrassment? Quite possibly.
Also worth noting is that Kris Jenner, mother of the Kardashian sisters, is one of the judges. The whole clan has had problems with Native stereotyping before.
As a judge, Jenner may not have had anything to do with Watchman's dressing as Pocahontas. But you can bet she didn't stand up and say it was wrong when she learned of it.
For a previous ANTM contretemps, see "Next Top Models" in Blackface and "Think Native" on America's Next Top Model.