We’re used to seeing odd pictures of the young women competing on America’s Next Top Model. In years past, photographer Jay Manuel used shocking concepts in order to draw attention to such issues as eating disorders and domestic violence. This time, though, the latest photo shoot is just bizarre…without making any recognizable point on the ills of today’s society. Is this another sign of ANTM’s coming demise?
Many longtime fans of America’s Next Top Model were exceedingly disappointed to see their favorite judges and photographer replaced for a new cast that is rather…well, meh. Another change that bothers some viewers: the addition of voting. Tyra thinks ANTM could do with a little housecleaning though, which is why she was all too happy to defend all the sudden changes.
When you think of college students, you might picture young adults studying hard and partying harder. But the college life is a bit different for the hopefuls joining this season of America’s Next Top Model. After 19 cycles of ANTM (has the show been on that long already?!) it’s time to switch things up a bit!
If you followed the first season of FOX’s hit show New Girl, you already know that protagonist Jess spends a lot of time with models. As such, it only makes sense that a real-live model would join the New Girl cast! America’s Next Top Model alum Keenyah Hill managed to snag a spot on the show which means she’ll have the privilege of working alongside the adorkable Zooey Deschanel!
While it may feel like the last season of America’s Next Top Model just ended, we are about to get a whole ‘nother helping of the popular CW series. Tyra Banks and the crew are coming back next month, and we’ve got the lowdown on the newest aspiring models! Read on to find out more about the cycle 19 “college edition” contestants!
And then there were two. In tonight’s finale the battle between America and Britain will come to an end and the 2012 winner will be crowned! The remaining models must shoot a Cover Girl commercial and walk the runway! With the stakes high on the CW reality TV show, one model is sent to the hospital. Who will clench the title of America’s Next Top Model? Keep reading to find out!
Supermodel turned TV personality Tyra Banks can never be accused of being a pushover. She has quickly replaced Jay Manuel, Nigel Barker, and Miss J. with international male model Rob Evans and celebrity stylist Johnny Wujek to the cast of the next cycle of America’s Next Top Model. The widespread belief is that the replaced judges didn’t know that this decision was in the works until the last minute. Rob Evans will serve on the judging panel with Tyra Banks and Kelly Cutrone, while Johnny Wujek, who styles stars such as Katy Perry and Shakira, will serve as the creative consultant to the show.
Tonight, the top three finalists on America’s Next Top Model are dealing with last week’s crazy double elimination or should we say one elimination and one voluntary elimination. Now, it’s a race to the finish line as the models battle to make bookings in Hong Kong on the CW reality TV show. Who will be in the top two? Keep reading to find out and let us know if you agree!
It’s one thing to be a beauty but can you be a beauty and kick some butt?!?! That’s the challenges for the models tonight when they leave Macau and head to Hong Kong to meet actor and pop star Nicholas Tse. The final five must duke it out–literally on America’s Next Top Model. Keep reading to find out who is on the chopping block on the CW’s reality TV show.
The models are whisked out of the country for a little trip on this week’s episode of America’s Next Top Model. The remaining contestants on the CW reality TV show visit Macau for a special challenge with creepy-crawling surprises. Hong Kong designer, Barney Cheng is the special guest.