The seventh installment of the franchise, she was introduced in the second season, alongside Lisa Hochstein, Ana Quincoces, and Karen Sierra.
Aside from the blonde, the judges’ panel also included Marcin Tyszka, Karolina Piotrowska, Magda Mielcarz, and Dawid Wolinski.
In 2012, Krupa was cast in the American reality series, The Real Housewives of Miami, which premiered on Bravo in 2011.
Later involving herself with acting, Krupa appeared briefly in an episode of ER in 1994.
From there, she played “a beautiful girl” in the comedy film, The Underground Comedy Movie (1999).
Over the next few years, she continued to play small roles in various films such as No Shoes, No Mercy (2003), Max Havoc: Curse of the Dragon (2004), The Dog Problem (2006), and Scary Movie 4 (2006).
Though not as active on television, Krupa also made a couple of cameos in Las Vegas (2004), and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2006).
Later in 2009, she received a small break after landing a spot on the ninth season of ABC’s dancing competition series, Dancing with the Stars.
Partnered with Derek Hough, she made it through several episodes before being eliminated in week nine.
Ultimately, it wasn’t until the early 2000’s that she started to land bigger roles; for instance, she had played the Jugga Dancer in The Man Show in 2002.