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America’s Next Top Model Goes To Shanghai

November 21, 2007 12:01 AM by Joe Blackmon

On an episode of America’s Next Top Model 9 entitled “The Girls Go To
Shanghai,” the models travel to China.  In China, they are set up in a
penthouse suite, but one model gets left without a place to sleep and
becomes very upset.

Also, a martial arts expert gives the models a lesson on body movement.  The models are challenged to perfect the poses while in mid-air on high wires, which is especially troubling to one model who is terrified of heights. 

In a Cover Girl photo shoot and commercial, the models are challenged to let their personalities shine through.  Special guests on this episode include martial arts artist Louis Liu, Cover Girl representative Brent Poer and director of photography Jeffrey Chu.   America’s Next Top Model airs on Wednesday, November 21 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM ET on The CW.

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2 Responses to “America’s Next Top Model Goes To Shanghai”

  1. Dianne Hester Says:
    November 28th, 2007 at 9:27 pm

    I am very unhappy to see Heater leave the show the other girls could not hold a candle to her

  2. kelly Says:
    November 28th, 2007 at 10:01 pm

    I have to say this was the most disappointing season of the show!!!!! I have never missed a show since it started but, I will never watch another one of your shows again…TYRA.I used to have respect for you with the belief that you were differnt than most of those loser reality shows but after this season its confirmed…you are a washed up model/reality/talk show host wanna be!!!!
    Every season I see you and your cast of bird cage liner crew tell others how, what, where and why and at the same time with a hypercrytical smirk on their faces. You spout the words of a person you wants to be a role model for other girls but,really you are just using them to promote your own agenda. Maybe you will read this and laugh at me because as all insecure and self righteous people do, they hide behind fake smiles and cruel minds. I am a mother of 2 children who are diagnosed with ADHD as well as myself, and have a nephew who has Aspergers. This season really put light on how far tv and those who benefit from it will actually go. This was the very first time that you actually had the guts to shine light on population who are really trying to make their way in this world no matter what condition they have be medical or psychological. But as expected you took this young lady , dangled a carrot in front of her nose, led her into a trap ,and there you have it, good ratings with a little controversy on the side. I am apauled that you and your posy would indulge in something as cynical and cruel as this. Wether Heather won or not, your reasoning was inconcise, hypercrytical and unfair. Yes, it’s just a show but, so is Oprah, etc…yet they manage to keep some kind of civility intact. Basically, you compare Heathers disability as a bonus to the ratings but at the same time you used her to make a so called “statement” then hung her out to dry for all the world to see. Maybe she should have had a fear of heights, or a sarcastic personality, or maybe be more bubbly or kiss ass but, she actually did win because she is the real role model here , not you. I don’t know Heather, but she showed grace, perserverance, dignity, determination and real humanity!!! I wasn’t there behind the scenes ,but from what I saw it sickened me. I am confident that she will do well. But if you have any decency left, don’t take any credit for it. Ooops…what am I saying, you will probably use it as your next project. Thanks but no thanks.


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