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Cycle 22

"America's Next Top Model" is a reality model competition series on The CW, created and hosted by Tyra Banks. Cycle 22 is the third "Guys and Girls" edition of the series, featuring seven men and seven women, from regions all across the country, living together under one roof and battling it out to earn the prestigious title of "America's Next Top Model."

The panel of judges will again include Banks, fashion public relations maven Kelly Cutrone, and beloved runway coach J. Alexander (a.k.a. "Miss J.") to determine who stays and who goes in the competition. Acclaimed photographer Yu Tsai also returns as a photo shoot creative consultant. This cycle will also feature special guests Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott ("Property Brothers") who designed the cast house this cycle, supermodel Chrissy Teigen and world-renowned fashion editor Joe Zee.

The model hopefuls will compete for a career-launching prize package that includes new luxury fashion partner Zappos Couture as well as Nylon and Next Management. The winner will receive prizes including: $100,000 from Zappos Couture as well as being the face of their national luxury brand re-launch in 2016, a fashion feature in Nylon, as well as being offered a modeling contract with Next Management.

The Cycle 22 contestants include Ashley Molina, Ava Capra, Bello Sanchez, Courtney DuPerow, Delanie Dischert, Devin LJ Clark, Dustin Mcneer, Hadassah Richardson, Justin Kim, Lacey Rogers, Mamé Adjei, Mikey Heverly, Nyle DiMarco and Stefano Churchill.

"America's Next Top Model" is produced by 10 by 10 Entertainment in association with The Tyra Banks Company. The executive producers are Ken Mok ("Making the Band"), Tyra Banks, Laura Fuest Silva and Dana Gabrion. The series was created by Tyra Banks and developed by Mok and Kenya Barris. Tyra Banks also hosts the series. Currently, "America's Next Top Model" is under license in over 100 markets around the world and has 20 international versions in production. "America's Next Top Model" and the "America's Next Top Model" format are licensed internationally by CBS Studios International.


Cycle 21

"America's Next Top Model" is a reality model competition series on The CW, created and hosted by Tyra Banks. For Cycle 21, the second "Guys and Girls" edition will begin with seven men and seven women living under one roof and battling it out to earn the prestigious title of "America's Next Top Model."

The panel of judges, which includes Banks, fashion public relations maven Kelly Cutrone and the viewing public, will be joined by beloved runway coach J. Alexander, aka Miss J, making his return to the show to determine who stays and who goes in the competition.

Also joining Cycle 21 as photo shoot creative consultant is the sought-after photographer Yu Tsai, who has worked with some of the entertainment industry's most talented models, actors and musicians. Yu Tsai also helped launch the careers of many supermodels, including Kate Upton, in addition to working on campaigns with worldwide brands, including prize partner Guess.

The model hopefuls will compete for a career-launching prize package that includes returning prize suppliers Nylon Magazine, Guess and Next Model Management. The winner will receive prizes including: $100,000 national ad campaign with Guess, whose advertising campaigns have launched many modeling careers; a fashion feature in Nylon Magazine and offered a modeling contract with Next Model Management.

Fans will again have numerous opportunities each week to vote online and via mobile to choose their favorite contestants based on photo shoots taken during production. Voting begins February 20 and continues with the following voting dates: February 23, February 27, March 2, March 5, March 8, March 12, March 15, March 22, March 25, March 28 and April 1. The contestants who have already been eliminated will have the opportunity to return to the competition via votes on their photo shoot pictures, which will allow the audience the chance to save their favorite model.

The Cycle 21 contestants include Adam Smith, Ben Schreen, Chantelle Brown-Young, Denzel Wells, Ivy Timlin, Kari Calhoun, Keith Carlos, Lenox Tillman, Matthew Smith, Mirjana Puhar, Raelia Lewis, Romeo Tostado, Shei Phan and Will Jardell.


Cycle 20

"America's Next Top Model: Guys and Girls" is Cycle 20 of The CW reality series, created and hosted by Tyra Banks. The series returns with new prizes and new competition — men!

Eight men and eight women will live under one roof and battle it out to earn the prestigious title of "America's Next Top Model." This cycle will explore the similarities and differences that male and female models face in the pursuit of their careers, bringing on experts and celebrities to mentor and challenge them each week. There will be more than a little opportunity for rivalry, flirtation and romance.

The model hopefuls will compete for a career-launching prize package that includes new prize suppliers Next Model Management and Guess, as well as Nylon magazine. The winner will receive prizes including: $100,000 national ad campaign with Guess, whose advertising campaigns have launched many modeling careers; a fashion feature in Nylon magazine, as well as a modeling contract with Next Model Management.

In addition to the panel of judges, which includes Banks, fashion public relations maven Kelly Cutrone and former boxer and international male supermodel Rob Evans, the public will again be able to have a say in who stays and who goes in the competition. Famed stylist Johnny Wujek returns as photo shoot creative consultant and top fashion blogger Bryanboy will return as the social media correspondent, mentoring the models and highlighting the scores, comments and video messages from the viewers that will be revealed in the show during judging.

The Cycle 20 contestants include Alex Agro, Bianca Bretones, Chlea Ramirez, Chris Hernandez, Chris Schellenger, Cory Wade Hinderoff, Don Benjamin, Jeremy Rohmer, Jiana Davis, Jourdan Miller, Kanani Luz, Marvin Cortes, Mike Scocozza, Nina Burns, Phil Sullivan and Renee Bhagwandeen.


Cycle 19

"America's Next Top Model: College Edition" is Cycle 19 of The CW reality series, created and hosted by Tyra Banks. 13 participants from all walks of life and learning institutions, from universities to trade schools, will battle it out to earn the prestigious title of "America's Next Top Model" and compete for a career-launching prize package that includes a fashion feature in Nylon Magazine, as well as $100,000 cash and campaigns with Nine West and Smashbox Cosmetics, in addition to a modeling contract with LA/NY Models and being named the face of the "America's Next Top Model" perfume Dream Come True.

The Cycle 19 contestants for the "College Edition" include Allyssa Vuelma, Brittany Brown, Darian Ellis, Destiny Strudwick, Jessie Rabideau, Kiara Belen, Kristin Kagay, Laura James, Leila Goldkuhl, Maria Tucker, Nastasia Scott, Victoria Henley and Yvonne Powless.

"America's Next Top Model" is bringing on new, top fashion talent this cycle. In addition to famed stylist Johnny Wujek as photo shoot creative consultant, the show is also introducing its first-ever social media correspondent, top fashion blogger Bryanboy. Bryanboy will use his extensive knowledge of both fashion and social media to mentor the models and highlight the scores, comments and video messages from the viewers that will be revealed in the show during judging. Also lending his expertise to the show this cycle for multiple episodes will be dancer and choreographer Jonte, who will work with the models as the movement mentor. He will be tasked with helping the women bring out their charisma in the various challenges and photo shoots.

In addition to the panel of judges, which includes Banks, fashion public relations maven Kelly Cutrone, and new judge, former boxer and international male supermodel Rob Evans, fan voting will play a factor in who stays and who goes in the competition. Over the course of production, fans had numerous opportunities each week to vote online, through social media and via mobile, to choose their favorite contestants based on photo shoots taken during production. These scores were added to scores from Banks and the judges to help determine who was eliminated throughout the cycle. Also, in a new twist, the girls who have already been eliminated were given the opportunity to return to the competition via votes on their photo shoot pictures, which allowed the audience the chance to save their favorite model.


Cycle 18

"America's Next Top Model" Cycle 18 returns on The CW as fierce as ever with its first-ever "British Invasion," featuring former contestants from "Britain's Next Top Model" and an all-new crop of American model hopefuls competing for the grand prize.

This cycle will feature a variety of seasoned women from across the pond that will do whatever it takes to make it as a model in America. They will compete against not only each other but a group of aspiring American models. Emotions run high, the women are divided and the competition is intense as they vie for the grand prize.

The British contestants include Louise Watts, Jasmia Robinson, Annaliese Dayes, Catherine Thomas, Sophie Sumner, Ashley Brown and Alisha White. The U.S. contestants are Laura LaFrate, AzMarie Livingston, Eboni Davis, Kyle Gober, Candace Smith, Mariah Watchman and Seymone Roth.

Lending their expertise as guest judges this cycle are actress and singer Kelly Osbourne, reality star Kris Jenner, pop star Estelle, Marchesa fashion designer Georgina Chapman, television host Cat Deeley, actor and musician Nicolas Tse, former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle, former Pussycat Doll Jessica Sutta, model Beverly Johnson, fashion designer Barney Cheng and fashion photographer Jez Smith.

The British favorites and American women battle it out to earn the prestigious title of "America's Next Top Model." They will compete for a career-launching prize package: a modeling contract with LA/NY Models, a chance to be a guest correspondent on the hit newsmagazine "Extra," a fashion spread in Vogue Italia and the cover and spread in Beauty In Vogue, the face of "America's Next Top Model" perfume Dream Come True, a single to be released with CBS and a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics.

Banks leads the panel of judges, comprised of New York Times best-selling author and fashion public relations maven Kelly Cutrone and noted photographer Nigel Barker. Jay Manuel serves as creative director while Miss J. Alexander returns as the runway trainer.


Cycle 17

"America's Next Top Model" Cycle 17 returns on The CW as a "super-smized" edition with its first-ever All-Star cast, featuring fan favorites and outrageous personalities from different cycles as they square off and compete for the grand prize.

This cycle will feature a variety of women who will go head to head as personalities clash and the competition gets intense as they vie for attention and the grand prize. The women of the all-star cast include Shannon Stewart (Cycle 1), Camille McDonald (Cycle 2), Brittany Brower (Cycle 4), Lisa D'Amato (Cycle 5), Bre Scullark (Cycle 5), Bianca Golden (Cycle 9), Dominique Reighard (Cycle 10), Isis King (Cycle 11), Sheena Sakai (Cycle 11), Allison Harvard (Cycle 12), Laura Kirkpatrick (Cycle 13), Angelea Preston (Cycle 14), Kayla Ferrel (Cycle 15) and Alexandria Everett (Cycle 16).

Lending their expertise as guest judges this cycle are rap sensation Nicki Minaj; comedienne Kathy Griffin; pop star and author LaToya Jackson; actress and singer Ashlee Simpson; model and actor Tyson Beckford; reality star Kristin Cavallari; rapper Game; model Coco Rocha; Anthony Zuiker, the creator and executive producer of "CSI"; and fashion photographer Nikos Papadopoulos.

The fourteen All-Stars return to prove that they can make it in the high-stress, high-stakes world of modeling as they strive to earn the prestigious title of "America's Next Top Model" that eluded them in the past. They will compete for a career-launching prize package: a campaign with the Express fashion brand; a chance to be a guest correspondent on the hit newsmagazine "Extra"; a fashion spread in Vogue Italia; and a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics.

Banks leads the panel of judges, comprised again of influential fashion editor André Leon Talley and photographer Nigel Barker. Jay Manuel serves as creative director while Miss J. Alexander returns as the runway trainer.


Cycle 16

"America's Next Top Model" Cycle 16 on The CW returns to the world of high fashion.

Lending their expertise as guest judges during this high fashion cycle are international fashion designer Lana Marks, model/stylist Erin Wasson, stylist Rachel Zoe, Sudanese model and actress Alek Wek, stylist/creative consultant Lori Goldstein, Italian photographer Francesco Carrozzini, fashion model Sonia Dara, IMG Models executive Ivan Bart, Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani, Brazilian designer Daniella Issa Helayel, and costume designer/stylist Eric Daman ("Gossip Girl").

14 model hopefuls will compete for the ultimate career-launching prize package: a contract with IMG Models, one of the top international modeling management companies in the world; a fashion spread in Vogue Italia and an additional spread and cover of Beauty in Vogue; and a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl Cosmetics.

Tyra Banks leads the panel of judges, comprised of influential fashion editor André Leon Talley and photographer Nigel Barker. Jay Manuel serves as the photo shoot creative director while Miss J Alexander returns as the runway trainer.


Cycle 15

"America's Next Top Model 15" (ANTM 15) steps into the world of high fashion when cycle 15 kicks-off. Lending their expertise as guest judges during this high fashion cycle are designer Diane Von Furstenberg, designer/stylist Patricia Field ("Sex and the City"), top beauty photographer Matthew Rolston, supermodel Karolina Kurkova, top fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier, Italian photographer Francesco Carrozzini, designer Zac Posen, designer/model Margherita Missoni, IMG Models executive Kyle Hagler, Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani and designer Roberto Cavalli.

Fourteen model hopefuls will compete for the new, ultimate career-launching prize package: a contract with IMG Models, one of the top international modeling management companies in the world; fashion spread in Vogue Italia and an additional spread and cover of Beauty in Vogue; and a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl Cosmetics.

Tyra Banks leads the panel of judges, comprised of influential fashion editor André Leon Talley and photographer Nigel Barker. Jay Manuel serves as the photo shoot creative director while Miss J Alexander returns as the runway trainer.


Cycle 14

"America's Next Top Model 14" (ANTM 14) welcomes one of the most influential members of the fashion world, André Leon Talley, as a new judge during cycle 14 of the hit show on The CW. Thirteen new hopefuls from across the country are given the chance to prove they have what it takes to win "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM) Cycle 14.

Talley, who will join Tyra Banks, photographer Nigel Barker and a weekly guest judge on the judges' panel, is one of the fashion industry's most influential style-setters. Currently serving as the editor-at-large of Vogue, Talley is prominent in the world of designer fashion and has a front-row seat to runway shows all over the world.

Miss J. Alexander, long-time judge, breaks free from the judges' desk to take on a mentoring role during challenges with the models. "After cycles of watching the girls not get it right, I thought they would benefit more from my 'high heels' and hands-on approach than my sitting in a chair judging their photos," said Alexander. "And with André Leon Talley, this should be the best cycle yet."

Cycle 14 welcomes a panel of rotating guest judges that include: Sally Hershberger (Salon Owner/Proprietor), Rachel Roy (Runway Fashion Designer), Sean Patterson (President of Wilhelmina Models), Dania Ramirez (CoverGirl Representative), Patricia Cleveland (First African American Supermodel), Ann Shoket (Editor in Chief of Seventeen Magazine), Whitney Port (Star of "The City," Runway Fashion Designer), Sara Tetro (Owner of 62 Models), Sara McLeod (Actress from "Lord of the Rings") and "Top Model" photo shoot director Jay Manuel.


Cycle 13

The CW's "America's Next Top Model" breaks the mold for cycle 13 by offering women 5'7" and under (below the industry height standard) the chance to become "America's Next Top Model." Fourteen hopefuls from across the country are given the chance to prove they have what it takes.

Banks leads the panel of "America's Next Top Model" judges, comprised of leading fashion industry experts. The panel consists of photographer Nigel Barker, runway expert J. Alexander and guest judges including Lauren Conrad and Kim Kardashian who closely evaluate the progress of the models to narrow the field each week.

The winner of "America's Next Top Model" Cycle 13 will be managed by Wilhelmina Models, receive a $100,000 contract with cosmetics giant CoverGirl and appear on the cover and in a six-page fashion spread of Seventeen magazine.


Cycle 12

The CW's hit reality series "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM) features Tyra Banks and gives real people an opportunity to prove that they can make it in the high-stress, high-stakes world of supermodeling. "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM) follows a group of young women of various backgrounds, shapes and sizes, who live together and vie for a modeling contract.

During Cycle 12, the 13 participants live together and ferociously vie for the grand prize, competing in a highly accelerated modeling boot camp. The participants abilities are tested each week as they strive to master the runway and fashion photo shoots, perfect publicity skills and learn the business aspects of becoming a supermodel, all under 24-hour-a-day surveillance of the "America's Next Top Model" cameras. Throughout the series, supermodel Tyra Banks, art director of photo shoots Jay Manuel, and runway guru J. Alexander mentor the participants.

Banks leads the panel of "America's Next Top Model" judges, comprised of leading fashion industry experts. The panel consists of supermodel Paulina Porizkova, along with photographer Nigel Barker and runway expert J. Alexander, who closely evaluate the progress of the models to narrow the field each week. In addition, special guest judges appear to critique the participants within his or her area of expertise.

The winner of Cycle 12 of The CW's "America's Next Top Model" will be managed by Elite Model Management. She also receives a $100,000 contract with cosmetics giant CoverGirl. Finally, the winner will appear on the cover and six-page fashion spread in Seventeen magazine.


Cycle 10

The competition goes back to where it all started, New York City, for the tenth cycle of The CW's hit series "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM), as 14 finalists from across the country fight to make their dreams of becoming a top model into reality. Supermodel Paulina Porizkova joins the panel of judges for Cycle 10.

During cycle 10 of "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM), the 14 participants live together and ferociously vie for the grand prize, competing in a highly accelerated modeling boot camp. The participants' abilities are tested each week as they strive to master the runway and fashion photo shoots, perfect publicity skills and learn the business aspects of becoming a supermodel, all under 24-hour-a-day surveillance of the "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM) cameras. Throughout the series, supermodel Tyra Banks, art director of photo shoots Jay Manuel, and runway guru J. Alexander mentor the participants.

Banks leads the panel of "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM) judges, comprised of leading fashion industry experts. Joining the panel this cycle is supermodel Paulina Porizkova, along with returning judges photographer Nigel Barker and runway expert J. Alexander, who closely evaluate the progress of the models to narrow the field each week. In addition, special guest judges appear to critique the participants within his or her area of expertise.

The winner of "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM) will be managed by Elite Model Management. She also receives a $100,000 contract with cosmetics giant CoverGirl. Finally, the winner will appear on the cover and six-page fashion spread in Seventeen magazine.


Cycle 9

The competition intensifies for Cycle 9 of The CW's hit series "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM), as the 13 finalists fight to turn their dreams of becoming a top model into reality. On Cycle 9, an incredible transformation takes place as the finalists face tougher challenges and photo shoots ranging from the very glamorous to high-tech to controversial, all while living under one roof in a posh Los Angeles mansion.

During Cycle 9 of "America's Next Top Model," the 13 participants live together and ferociously vie for the grand prize, competing in a highly accelerated modeling boot camp. The participants' abilities are tested each week on "America's Next Top Model" (ANTM) as they strive to master the runway and fashion photo shoots, perfect publicity skills and learn the business aspects of becoming a supermodel, all under 24-hour-a-day surveillance of the "America's Next Top Model" cameras. Throughout "America's Next Top Model," supermodel Tyra Banks, art director of photo shoots Jay Manuel, and runway guru J. Alexander mentor the participants.

Banks leads the panel of "America's Next Top Model" judges, comprised of leading fashion industry experts, including supermodel Twiggy, photographer Nigel Barker and runway expert J. Alexander, who closely evaluate the progress of the models to narrow the field each week. In addition, special guest judges appear to critique within his or her area of expertise.





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