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|Family & Friends|
|Clique:||The McKinley Swagettes|
|Education:||William McKinley High School|
|First appearance:||The Diva-Off|
Shontelle DeCosta is a minor character in LoveWithoutTragedy's fanfiction, Glee: Make It or Break It. She is a member of The McKinley Swagettes and she is one of the main girls of the group. She makes her first appearance in The Diva-Off. She was created by Purple-Glee-Project and is portrayed by Melody Thornton.
Shontelle grew up on the wrong side of the tracks for the first few years of her life until her father Ethan got a really well paying job at a law firm, she was 6 when she left the ghetto, but like the saying goes "You can take the girl out of the ghetto, but you can NEVER take the ghetto out of the girl". She kept her flavour and attitude her whole life and it quite often got her into a lot of trouble as she ran her mouth. When the kids at her school found out that she had a black mother but a white father she was tourtured endlessly about how she was just an oreo and had no place to fit into in society. She tried to fight back but it became too much for her and she became a total bitch, but as she went through this hardship she found out she had an incredible voice and people loved it when she sang. Now she aspires to be either a solo artist or in a girl group hence why she joined the Swagettes
Shontelle makes her first appearance in The Diva-Off she is first seen in The McKinley Swagettes meeting saying that she is not down to booty shake and if there is hair whipping she is gonna do it in a ponytail, she stays quiet for the rest of the meeting except for exclaiming "YES!" when Elise says that a girl knows she's a diva when she hits her man up style, making a reference to the first song The Swagettes performed, Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!).