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Sane and rational behavior hasn’t been what’s propelled supermodel, actress, and ANTM host extraordinaire Tyra Banks to megastar heights.
All Stars cycle winner Lisa D’Amato goofs off on the set of “Cowboys and Indians” with dire consequences.
When America’s Next Top Model and America’s Most Wanted collide!
To keep America’s Next Top Model interesting, Tyra Banks has decided to cast male models in the 20th cycle.
Former America’s Next Top Model contestant Jael Strauss‘ episode of Dr. Phil yesterday and it was just as harrowing to watch as expected.
We were very sad to tell you yesterday that former America’s Next Top Model contestant Jael Strauss is set to be on Dr. Phil tomorrow for a meth addiction intervention. The episode hasn’t even aired yet, and already there’s been a huge buzz around it — in the form of cycle 7 winner CariDee English voicing her opinion on the matter in a Gawker comment section.
Most longtime America’s Next Top Model fans will remember Cycle 8′s Jael, if only for her name. But while she tapped out at sixth place, she’s making her television comeback on an upcoming episode of Dr. Phil… for her meth addiction.
America’s Next Top Model underwent a major facelift for its 19th cycle, the most drastic change being the replacement of the judges we all know and love: Jay Manuel, Miss J. Alexander, and Nigel Barker. Now Barker, a respected fashion photographer, has come out with a few things to say about the show’s executive producer, Tyra Banks.
Yes, Tyra Banks has an executive-education certificate from Harvard University. No, she did not earn an MBA. There’s a big difference.
America’s Next Top Model got the television equivalent of a total body makeover for cycle 19, which premiered last night on The CW. When host/executive producer Tyra Banks fired just about everyone on the show after cycle 18, she left many viewers puzzled, and now she’s given her rationale.
The weirdest thing happened last night — there we were at our local speed-dating event, expecting no more than a few rounds of small chat and the usual dismal prospects, when what do you know? We get paired with none other than powerhouse publicist Kelly Cutrone! Really, what are the chances? Ok, we kid. We were actually at a screening for America’s Next Top Model Cycle 19, which premieres tomorrow at 8PM on The CW, but the interview room did have a bit of a speed-dating vibe.
The ad for America’s Next Top Model: College Edition is out, and it’s pretty bad. In fact, it features three major FAILS.
Fashion blogger Bryanboy is a front-row regular who, in the past, has been slightly mysterious. But he’ll be getting up close and personal with his audience when he transitions into television with the new season of America’s Next Top Model.
Miss J. Alexander, Jay Manuel, and noted fashion photographer Nigel Barker have been dismissed from America’s Next Top Model after 18 seasons. Now who’s going to teach aspiring models how to walk a runway and take fierce photographs?
After a lengthy streak of flavorless episodes, the succulent drama we love so much has finally been poured back into America’s Next Top Model. Blame Kelly Cutrone, blame the British Invasion, blame the decorum of last season’s all-stars, but there’s no question the show has come full circle from blah to outright bitchy. And we’re loving every second of it.
Here’s a good Friday morning eye opener: this week’s episode of America’s Next Top Model U.S. vs. U.K. involved one of the most gruesome challenges we’ve ever seen (and we’ve been watching since the Adrienne days). Ever the wily host, Tyra Banks decides to pit the American contestants against the British ones by having the the girls sample “delicacies” from each other’s countries.
How many topical pop culture references can you cram into one photo? Try three or four. One this week’s episode of America’s Next Top Model, Kris, Kendall and Kylie Jenner will pose alongside the show’s competitors in a David LaChapelle-esque shoot inspired by Toddlers & Tiaras. Tired yet?
We know the fashion industry still has a lot of hangups when it comes to working with plus-size models, but we never expected that would be the case for TV. An advertisement for America’s Next Top Model Alum Whitney Thompson‘s new dating site was rejected for a slot during the Superbowl, and Thompson thinks that’s because her site caters to plus-sized women. But NBC, which will air the Superbowl, says that’s not the reason at all.