Well, don’t we all look foolish... The answer to the question “What if Rita Ora was the new host of the revived version of America’s Next Top Model on Vh1? lol” has been answered.
Rita Ora is rumored to be in talks to host America’s Next Top Model, according to a “source” close to the situation.
Ariana Grande’s new album, Dangerous Woman, is a real ice cream cone’s worth of dance pop, an assemblage of summer jams that showcase her formidable voice and ability to stretch it between powerful diva and breathy coquette. One theme this album continues from her last is her desire for agency, which she takes, and…
The next rendition of America’s Next Top Model is formulating as we speak and rumors are floating about who’s involved, including possibly Gigi Hadid and Karrueche Tran.
Nyle DiMarco, the winner of America’s Next Top Model’s most recent season and a man I have never seen fully wear a shirt, will be a contestant on next season’s Dancing With The Stars. I will be sprinkling some of these shirtless photos sporadically throughout this post.
To make up for the fact that we can’t get four more years with President Obama, the universe has blessed us with a few more seasons of America’s Next Top Model. After being cancelled late last year, the competition that’s turned dozens of aspiring models into household nobodies has been picked by Vh1.
Three months ago, a nation wept over the loss of Tyra Banks’ barely watchable competition show America’s Next Top Model. But if these unconfirmed reports are true, we’ll one day be able to dry our tears and smize again.
Tyra Banks is looking for a Field Communication Manager to wrangle and oversee her crew of flawless beautytainers. In other words, she’s looking for me. When I saw that Tyra was in need of a “consummate writer,” I was like, “Whaaaa.” I believe the following application is the best way to get her attention.
While you were crying over the cancellation of America’s Next Top Model, you probably forgot that, oh right a million international versions of the show still exist. A transgender model recently won one of them, Holland’s Next Top Model, in a franchise first.
After twenty-two seasons, twenty-two makeover episodes and one lace front beard, America’s Next Top Model has been canceled and is no longer in the running for... anything.
When I first set out to investigate why an intelligent person like myself continues to watch a goofy program like America’s Next Top Model, I knew the obvious reason was that it’s dumb, fun TV. But there has to be more. While watching the previous season, there was a point—several points—when I vowed to put my foot…
Chantelle Brown-Young, one of the most recognizable faces from America’s Next Top Model, recently wrote about her struggles growing up with vitiligo.
Mirjana Puhar, a contestant in the most recent season of America's Next Top Model, was killed in a triple homicide on Tuesday, according to police.
Smizing isn't going to solve this problem.
America's Next Top Model, a show that's perfected the art of shark-jumping, has its first dude winner and somewhere crickets are rejoicing. Guess who took home the
irrelevant title this year?
It's astounding to me that A. America's Next Top Model is still on the air, not producing top models and B. that Miss J. Alexander ever left the show and they thought it would be a success, but apparently both are true, as we learn in this new promo for the show. This 21st season premieres August 18.
Chantelle Young, a contestant on the forthcoming 21st Cycle of America's Next Top Model, has the skin condition vitiligo. In Chantelle's case, the depigmentation of her skin seems to be mostly symmetrical, creating a stunning sort of Rorschach-esque effect that—as Tyra would say—is very editorial.
After getting the boot a few years ago, Miss J. Alexander will be rejoining Tyra and Kelly Cutrone as the third judge on the panel of the next cycle of America's Next Top Model. The fourth judge will be the audience, who can vote on contestants' photo shoots in real time—starting February 20—as the show is filming.…
Since the brilliant concept of "pot ledom" was already taken during Cycle 17: All-Stars (did you guys see that? What the FUCK), producers needed to come up with another gimmick to draw viewers into America's Next Top Model.
Today on Dr. Phil, former America's Next Top Model Cycle 8 contestant Jael—who has been addicted to meth for six years—was the subject of a family intervention facilitated by the talk show host. And it was all very dramatic.