America’s Next Top Model
Cycle 21 of AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL, hosted by Tyra Banks, welcomes a fan favorite back to the judging panel: J. Alexander, a.k.a. “Miss J.” The second “Guys and Girls” edition will feature 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 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: a $100,000 cash prize from GUESS, whose advertising campaigns have launched many modeling careers; a fashion feature in Nylon Magazine and a modeling contract with Next Model Management.
Fans again had numerous opportunities each week to vote online and via mobile athttp://cwtv.com/thecw/antmvoting to choose their favorite contestants based on photo
shoots taken during production. Voting began February 20 and continued 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 had already been eliminated had 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.
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prohibited by law. Contest starts on 2/20/14 and ends on 4/1/14. MSG&Data rates may apply. See Rules for complete details at http://www.cwtv.com/antmvotingrules
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