1. Holy hell, what kind of crazy is Tyra on this episode... and where can I get some? 2. Was this episode originally meant to coincide with Halloween or something? 3. Does this mean that none of the eliminated girls (except, tear... Victoria?) actually returned to their island home and packed their bags to leave Jamaica immediately after being eliminated? And the girls who never even made it to Jamaica got a free trip anyway?
1. What's with these bad trip retrospectives? (At least the echo effect was a nice touch?) 2. Did the producers force Laura to cry on the phone to her mom in order to make up for the lack of Victoria? 3. Isn't it unfair that these horses are getting flack just because of some rogue dick dolphin? Or are all the animals of Jamaica really ganging up to seek revenge on Tyra?
1. Oh my god--did anyone else think Victoria going home last week was just a bad dream? Tear. 2. On that note... how is Kristin still here? 3. Who would guess Tyra has Delfiniphobia (a fear of dolphins)?
1. Forget about Leila's walk and Kiara's photos--does Kristin not realize that everyone watching ANTM can see her awful personality? 2. Did Kiara actually just ask the Jamaican male models if they've ever heard of Las Vegas? Cringe. 3. Is Tyra too godly to take the same flight as the girls? 4. Was Tyra's impromptu lesson on smizing and tooching far more valuable to real life than anything I ever learned during all four years of earning my college degree? 5. Is anyone surprised that Victoria once participated in a Siamese ballet?
1. Isn't that kind of unfair of Laura to put so much pressure on God's shoulders regarding this week's ANTM challenge outcome? 2. Why are the girls asking where Victoria is during their religious table prayer? Don't they know she's Jewish and Native American??!! 3. Based on the reactions of the other girls, was Victoria's comment about liking brownie cookies the most disturbing and/or offensive moment in the history of reality television?
How awesome has it been having “the sexiest male supermodel in the world Rob Evans" in your living room for an hour every Friday while you're watching America's Next Top Model? Tyra Banks gets it--and she's decided to kick that awesomeness way, way up a notch. The CW announced last night that, along with renewing the ever-enduring reality franchise, the upcoming cycle will, for the first time ever, include male models. That's right: Half of Cycle 20's cast will be dudes.
1. When do the girls have a chance to even wear the clothes in the Tyra Suite? 2. Can someone please enlighten us about a supermodel who got her start as a stunt person for video games (and we're not talking Prada)? 3. Does Brittany not realize that everyone else is also trying to win the competition? 4. And what ever happened to cohesion between challenges and shoots? How did we go from video games to steampunk?
1. Wouldn't it be more appropriate to actually play the Alicia Keys songs they're talking about while the girls are walking? 2. Kristin, do you actually think in the 'real world,' PRs threaten to murder you if you 'embarrass' their clients? 3. Doesn't the money raised by bidding have more to do with the clothes each girl is wearing than their runway walks? 4. Can you imagine attending an Alicia Keys concert with Kiara? How annoying would that be? 5. What about this poor guy who's going to need stitches? Shouldn't we be more concerned about this??
1. When will Victoria realize no one cares that she's Jewish and (part) Native American? 2. Why couldn't the producers fly in Victoria's mother to share the Tyra Suite with her? 3. Does Kristin not understand that there are sponsorships behind ANTM who probably wouldn't want a manipulative and abusive person as their spokesmodel?
1. Maria, you won't *let* them cut your hair? Have you ever seen ANTM? 2. Destiny, do you think Harvard gives a rat's ass about Maria being on ANTM to even feel a tinge of embarrassment? 3. Is Tyra mid-makeover herself? Why is her hair soaking wet? 4. Did Maria and Victoria not realize that refusing a makeover was actually begging for a lecture from Tyra? 5. And did the producers switch out their proposed makeovers to be non-threatening after they initially refused?
1. Where can we purchase some of those "Rise" and "Smize" pillows from the Tyra Suite? 2. Isn't there some kind of law against Victoria's beyond-creepy lesbionic Oedipus complex? 3. Does Rob Evans travel with a dance troop posse everywhere he goes? 4. Can Tyra please just add P'Trique to the judging panel already?
1. What are the odds that anyone in ANTM's target audience even knows who P'Trique is? 2. Is ANTM required to fill a quota of models-with-a-major-gap
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OMG you guys, this is beyond #totesamaze. After trying again and again to land a spot on America's Next Top Model (watch here and here), P'Trique has
It's not very often that an America's Next Top Model contestant stays in the headlines after her cycle ends. But for Isis King, it seems like her time in the spotlight has just begun. King, who appeared in the eleventh season of Tyra Banks's model-search reality show, was the first openly transgender person to compete. And despite finishing in tenth place, she's managed to be one of the few contestants who's actually gone on to star in a high-profile campaign--in ads for American Apparel's new 'Legalize Gay' tee line, a collaboration with GLAAD, and the company's first campaign to feature a transgender person. We talked to Isis about how she got involved in the history-making campaign, where she thinks trans people stand in the fashion world today (she says there's a 'don't ask don't tell policy'), and being a role model for the transgender community.
2011 was an incredibly entertaining year for Andrej Pejic stans like us: We got to see him modeling push-up bras, wear a vintage Versace skirt to meet the Queen of England, and writhe around dressed as a sexy Marilyn Monroe. And luckily for us, it's looking like 2012 may once again be the year of Mr. Pejic. Here's a first look at androgyny's prettiest poster-boy in his February '12 cover spread for Canada's Fashion Magazine, photographed by Moo King, complete with gem-filled commentary that once again proves his wit is as sharp as those cheekbones.
Model Ashley Smith is staging a fashion industry takeover. Blonde, buxom, and beautiful, Ashley has the frame of Freja with a Lara sized chest, and if there was ever a moment to be busty, it's now. Aside from shooting with Terry Richardson, posing for Russh Beauty, and causing Mert & Marcus to fall "in love with her," Ashley has the personality of a true supermodel. Click through to get to know modeling's next big star.
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