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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.
America’s Next Top Model season 19 judge Rob Evans has finally turned himself in after being on the run from the Beverly Hills police for a little over a month.
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.
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.
Yes, Tyra Banks has an executive-education certificate from Harvard University. No, she did not earn an MBA. There’s a big difference.
Yesterday we gave you the lowdown on ANTM judge Kelly Cutrone‘s former poetry aspirations, feelings about the Olympics, and the extra-special Skype sessions she arranges between her mom and fellow judge Rob Evans. Well, today we have another Q+A, this time with the show’s first-ever social media correspondent and veteran fashion blogger BryanBoy!
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.
You didn’t expect Tyra Banks to go into her 19th season (sorry, cycle) of America’s Next Top Model with “smize” as the only made-up word in her repertoire, did you? Oh no. This year’s group of aspiring catwalkers are going to be hearing a lot of talk about how ‘flawsome’ they are — that is, both flawed and awesome — from their fearless leader.
This was the week Karlie Kloss spoke about her Vogue Italia photos and Lindsay Lohan‘s Playboy spread leaked. This was also the week we got a double dose of Chloë Sevigny, attended some fancy parties, and saw the unveiling of the Pirelli calendar.
The finale of America’s Next Top Model: All-Stars season aired last night and while former judge Janice Dickinson would like the world to know the whole thing is rigged, not even the producers saw this ending coming.
Supermodel (and fellow Canadian!) Coco Rocha dropped by America’s Next Top Model: All Stars last night to guest judge and participate in a bar-brawl themed photoshoot with the contestants.
While we’re ever so slightly over Tyra (too much drama for our tastes), our love for 16-year-old YouTube star Keenan Cahill never wanes. Which is why this video featuring the two of them and a pair of actual Smizes is the perfect antidote to this rainy Wednesday.
Less than thirty minutes after we confirmed that Andre Leon Talley was indeed leaving America’s Next Top Model, publicist turned reality star turned self-help guru Kelly Cutrone has announced that she will be taking his seat on the judges panel.
Now that America’s Next Top Model is over, the losing contestants have all gone back to their old and hopefully more normal lives, which in Jane Randall‘s case means returning to Princeton and being subjected to all the college press interviews they can get out of her.
This is a little awkward. Did you guys watch last night? Did you see it? Did you want that hour of your life back? The finale was about as exciting as my cat sleeping on the heating vent, but with less personality. I caught myself getting distracted by the dust under my radiator, and at one point I pounded two liters of Coke just to get the energy in the room up. Helped for about fifteen minutes, until Chelsey told us again how badly she wants it, and Ann told us again how surprised she is to be there. Well, Ann, that makes two of us. As Tyra would say: “So. Who stays, and who goes? Blink blink.”
ANTM fans, it’s been a while. Sorry about the absence; I was called to Milan suddenly to look after our models and I couldn’t be troubled with recaps when there was consoling, encouraging (and eating) to be done. It’s been a hard road, we’ve lost Liz and Chris and the competition is getting fierce. I can’t handle the pressure anymore (or Miss J.’s whining) so I’m on the next flight back to NYC. Trouble is, I’ve got 210 pounds of extra baggage with me: 200 hundred pounds of model, and, oops, 10 for the pasta Milanese. Now I know what you’re thinking, “Did one of the models gain 100 pounds in Italy, or was it the dreaded double-elimination??” Let’s get to it.