If you’re one of the many who have been anxiously awaiting the news about the new season of America’s Next Top Model, you’re in luck, because CW announced the details recently for Cycle 20, including the fact that Rob Evans will be back. On the bright side though, we’re in for a hot new twist – the addition of male models! Details inside…
This is quite the time for reality TV engagements, is it not? We’ve already seen Kelly Clarkson, Hugh Heffner, and Kat Von D get engaged; now it’s America’s Next Top Model judge Janice Dickinson’s turn to get hitched! Janice is already planning her wedding and saying it will rival Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie’s ceremony!
In the heyday of the Twilight franchise, several networks cashed in on the popularity of werewolves and vampires. Thus, the creation of such shows as The Vampire Diaries, True Blood and the BBC’s Being Human. Not to mention vampire themes on all our favorite reality series, including, of course, America’s Next Top Model. Now that the final Twilight installment has been released, vampires are on their way out. Time to make way for…dystopia! And don’t forget wilderness survival, another theme made popular by the hit Hunger Games series.
We weren’t all that thrilled when America’s Next Top Model favorites Jay Manuel, Miss J and Nigel Barker were replaced with the whiny Bryanboy and Tyra’s muscle-man boyfriend Rob Evans. And now that Rob Evans has turned himself in to the police after assault allegations, we’re crossing our fingers that he won’t be back for another season!
The college edition of America’s Next Top Model is drawing to a close, with only four wanna-be-on-tops duking it out to…be on top. This week, the models get to prove their worth by delivering a tourism ad on horseback and shooting a print ad for ANTM’s Dreams Come True fragrance.
America’s Next Top Model is about to get a whole lot more boring, seeing as mommy’s girl Victoria was ousted last week. To make up for the lack of photo shoot story hour, Top Model is amping up the drama. Because apparently there wasn’t enough of that before.
As Hurricane Sandy batters the East Coast, those celebrities still blessed with an internet connection (aka, those lucky enough to be on the West Coast) are busy sharing their often-snarky thoughts on the storm and its ongoing Weather Channel coverage. Joining the fun is Jay Manuel, the former (and much-missed) creative director from America’s Next Top Model. What did the former ANTM star have to say about the storm?
Everyone hates cliffhangers, but that didn’t stop America’s Next Top Model from including one last week. Tonight’s episode begins with a lineup of all the model rejects from earlier in the season. They’ve been participating in the first ever comeback competition and now the queen of the rejects will once again join the remaining Top Model contestants. Who made the cut?