1The Girl Who Wants It So Bad
20 May 2003Description ▼
Upon arriving in New York city, the 10 finalists discover that the lifestyle of a supermodel is not what they expected as each competitor is weighed, waxed, and whisked off to their first-ever bikini photo shoot, a top a NYC high-rise in wind chilling weather. Ken Mok. Fashion photographer Douglas Bizzaro is this week's guest judge. Later, tensions rise as the 10 women discover that their spiritual beliefs divide the penthouse they all share. Meanwhile, the announcement of the first elimination is feared.
2The Girl Who Is Here to Win, Not Make Friends
27 May 2003Description ▼
Nine remaining finalists must learn to master catwalk skills in an extreme runway competition and strut their sexiest moves for a racy men's magazine cover shoot to avoid elimination. Renowned runway trainer J. Alexander is this week's guest judge. Meanwhile, a few lucky participants spend a late evening out with recording artist Wyclef. Later, one participant's sneaky attempt to hide notification of an early morning call leads to an emotional group confrontation.
3The Girl Who Gets Rushed to the Emergency Room
03 Jun 2003
4The Girl Who Drives Everyone Crazy
10 Jun 2003Description ▼
When one model's overuse of moisturizer creates a slimy mess in an already filthy penthouse, the situation forces a major confrontation. Commercial director Loren Haynes is this week's guest judge. Acting coach Alice Spivak and choreographer Tracy Staus also lend their expertise. Meanwhile, a visit by a lesbian lover splits the loft, and a formerly confident participant loses focus during an important commercial shoot and jeopardizes her good standing.
5The Girl Who Everyone Thinks Is Killing Herself
17 Jun 2003Description ▼
One model breaks down after she is confronted about her alleged eating disorder. Journalist Steve Sanagati is this week's guest judge. Photographer Daniel Garriga, stylist Derek Khan and publicist Cindi Berger also lend their expertise. Denver Bronco running back Clinton Portis co-stars in the models' photo shoot competition. Later, the competitors undergo intense publicity training and the group spends time with Banks where they reveal some intimate secrets, including estranged relationships, self-esteem issues and the truth behind the alleged eating disorder. Meanwhile, two participants are thrilled when their loved ones surprise them with a visit during a photo shoot competition.
6The Girl Who Deals with a Pervert
24 Jun 2003Description ▼
When the remaining participants jet off to Paris, one model is shocked when the man of her dreams suddenly emerges for a risqué photo shoot, and she battles with her strong spiritual beliefs while tempted to explore her sexuality in the romantic city.. Marilyn Gauthier of the Marilyn Agency is this week's guest judge. Photographer Michel Haddi also lends his expertise. Meanwhile, the models are challenged to find their own way through the streets of Paris to important appointments with industry big wigs. But when one girl enlists the help of a complete stranger to finish the challenge, her actions don't sit well with the judges.
7The Girls Who Get Really Naked
01 Jul 2003Description ▼
A nude photo shoot finds some of the girls embracing the experience, while others are driven to tears. Stylist Derek Kahn is this week's guest judge. Make-up artist Jay Manuel, photographer Patrick Katzman and House of Carven creative director Pascal also lend their expertise. Later, when the models must compete for the approval of their high society dates with Parisian men, one girl struggles with acting "lady-like," while another leaves a bad impression when she shows disgust with the food...and the men.
8How the Girls Got Here
08 Jul 2003Description ▼
Never-before-seen footage and highlights of some of the most memorable moments from the first seven weeks will be broadcast on a special. The season finale will air in its regular timeslot immediately following this special broadcast. The special will highlight the best catwalks, catfights and confessions of ten young women living together in a penthouse to compete for the title of America's Next Model. The episode will revisit the season's highlights, including opinionated judging sessions, a brutal bikini waxing, a religious rampage, a freezing photo shoot and confessions of an alleged bulimic, among other challenges faced by the models throughout the season.
9The Girl Who Becomes America's Next Top Model
08 Jul 2003
1The Girl Who Overslept
13 Jan 2004Description ▼
Supermodel Tyra Banks welcomes 12 aspiring models to New York City by immediately challenging them to strut their stuff for marines on a runway built on one of the world's largest naval ships, the USS Intrepid, on the premiere of the second. New York's hot deejay Funkmaster Flex spins the beats for the surprise fashion show. Later, one participant gets off to a rough start when she oversleeps the morning of the first photo shoot and is abandoned by the other girls, meanwhile, another wannabe top model is forced off of the set of a nude shoot. The first participant is eliminated from the competition.
2The Girl Who Floats Like a Butterfly and Stings Like a Bee
20 Jan 2004Description ▼
One girl breezes through runway training, but leaves a chilly air in the loft when her rivalry with another competitor escalates into a house-wide fight. Runway trainer J. Alexander is a guest judge. Supermodel Maggie Rizer lends her expertise on the runway. Top fashion designer Carmen Marc Valvo adorns the ladies with his new fashions. Meanwhile, a competitor falls on a runway, while another worries that her body shape is coming under heavy scrutiny. The second participant is eliminated from the competition.
3The Girl Who Can Cry at the Drop of a Hat
27 Jan 2004Description ▼
When the models undergo shocking makeovers, they are challenged to keep their cool while showing off their hot new looks during a photo shoot which requires them to dangle from wires suspending them nearly 100 feet in midair. Art Director Jay Manuel is a guest judge. Guest experts include Sephora catalog beauty editor Julie Redfern, celebrity hair stylists Joel Warren and Edward Tricome and fashion photographer Richard Dean who help transform the girls from bland to glam. Later, one of the participants who wins a challenge is rewarded with an intimate dinner date with hot IMG male models Mike Sharits, Mike Randy and AJ, while another model feels socially isolated by the group and the third participant is eliminated from the competition.
4The Girl Who Needs Six Months of Modeling School
03 Feb 2004Description ▼
The "wanna-be" top models face the harshest criticisms when one girl is told by a highly respected fashion expert that her personal style is the same as that of a prostitute and another participant is told that she needs to go back to amateur modeling school, Betsey Johnson is a guest judge. Guest expert Simon Doonan, creative director of Barney's New York, comments on the girls' individual styles. Photographer Andrew Eccles; wardrobe stylist Michael Carl; art director Jay Manuel, and hairstylist Danila lend their expertise. Later, the participant's glam up for a photo shoot posing as legendary celebrities. One model pouts when she is asked to emulate a star that she feels that she does not resemble and another girl faces complications from a serious illness that she has kept hidden from others. Meanwhile, Adrianne Curry, winner of the first cycle of America's Next Top Model, makes a surprise visit to the house to offer some insight to a select group of participants. One of the ...
5The Girl Who Is a Visual Orgasm
10 Feb 2004Description ▼
When the girls visit a personality coach in an attempt to learn to become more charismatic, one of the competitors feels she's being attacked by the others. Guest experts include art director Jay Manuel; runway expert Jay Alexander; wardrobe stylist and guest judge Nolé Marin; personality coach Sam Christiansen; intuitive advisor Suzannah Galland; photographer George Holz, and Tyra Banks' mother, who makes a special visit to the loft. Later, the models are overwhelmed with emotion when they must face Janice Dickinson, who interrogates them about their deepest personal secrets during high-pressure interviews. Meanwhile the "wannabe" top models dive into a challenging underwater photo shoot set inside a human-sized aquarium. One of girls blows the judges away with her fabulous picture, while one the remaining eight models is eliminated
6The Girl Whose Lip Puffed Up
17 Feb 2004Description ▼
One model fears a close up beauty shot when her lips swell up due to an allergic reaction. The expert panel of judges include: Tyra Banks, Janice Dickinson, Eric Nicholson, Nigel Barker and guest judge IMG manager Kyle Hagler. Guest experts include art director of photo shoots Jay Manuel, photographer Bill Hueberger, actress Tasha Smith-Arquese, soap opera actor Mark Collier, director James Gay, The De Le Guarda Performers and wardrobe stylist Eric Niemand. Later, the competitors bond under a waterfall of tears when each is asked to open up to her inner fear and anger, but one model's inability to warm up to the acting exercise leaves her out cold. The models then attempt to out-perform each other during a passionate kissing scene with an "As The World Turns" soap opera star. One of the remaining 7 models is eliminated
7The Girl Who Is Dripping with Hypocrisy
24 Feb 2004Description ▼
After an argument with her boyfriend about his movie date with another girl back home, one participant shakes her stuff in one of New York's hottest clubs and attracts another The expert panel of judges include Tyra Banks, Janice Dickinson, Eric Nicholson, Nigel Barker and guest judge choreographer Tony Michaels. Guest experts include art director of photo shoots Jay Manuel and music video director Kennedy. Wu Tang Clan's Rza, Kinetic and ODB make a special appearance when they take some of the girls out for a night on the town. Later, the models are surprised when they learn they must master the sexy choreography in order to make the cut and be featured in Tyra Banks' music video for her first ever single, "Shake Ya Body."
8The Girl with the Signature Walk
02 Mar 2004Description ▼
When the competition gets tougher in Milan, a surprise twist tests the models on their ability to perform under intense pressure and criticisms and one participant makes a particularly bad impression as she struts with her "signature walk," The expert panel of judges includes Tyra Banks, Janice Dickinson, Eric Nicholson, Nigel Barker and guest judge Michael Giannini of D'Management Group. Guest experts include art director of photo shoots Jay Manuel, IMG Manager Kyle Hagler, David Brown of D'Management Group, Photographer Massimo Costoli and Stylist Nolé Marin. Later, one participant softens her attitude because she thinks it will help her get ahead in the competition while another participant considers quitting all together. One model also accuses another of trying to sabotage her reputation by lying about her in front of Tyra Banks. One of the remaining 5 models is eliminated.
9The Girl Who Is Afraid of Snakes
09 Mar 2004Description ▼
With only four remaining competitors, this special will recapture the journey thus far and feature never-before-seen footage, including April's ophiophobia, which led to her unseen breakdown before a shoot; how Heather livened up the house with unseen wild pranks and what happens when the judges turned against each other culminating in an outrageous trade of insults between Janice Dickinson and Jay Manuel, to be broadcast on this special episode. The episode will also chronicle the best catwalks, catfights and confessions of the 12 young women competing for the title, including Jenascia's teary-eyed tirade after arriving two hours late to a photo shoot when her fellow comrades allowed her to oversleep; Anna's refusal to participate in the semi-nude shoot, and Mercedes triumphant struggle through a tough shoot when her lupus left her feeling ill. Bonus footage also includes an unintentionally funny freestyle dance performed by April and a scene where house diva Camille and an emotional...
10The Girl Who Cheated
16 Mar 2004Description ▼
When the girls invite Italian models over for dinner, one of the girls succumbs to temptation during a passionate evening and must face the consequences of her actions. The expert panel of judges includes Tyra Banks, Janice Dickinson, Eric Nicholson, Nigel Barker and guest judge designer Stephen Fairchild. Guest experts include art director of photo shoots Jay Manuel, photographers Alex Martinengo and Amilcare Incalza, and Stylist Nolé Marin. Meanwhile, a nude photo shoot that pairs up the remaining four girls gets them closer to each other. Later, an emotional breakdown by one model interrupts her focus and jeopardizes her chances of winning the competition. One of the remaining four models is eliminated.
11The Girl Who Is America's Next Top Model
23 Mar 2004Description ▼
When the intense pressure of the competition overwhelms one of the three remaining participants, she nervously chops into her own hair without consulting anyone just moments before the final close-up beauty photo shoot. The expert panel of judges includes Tyra Banks, Janice Dickinson, Eric Nicholson, Nigel Barker and guest judges Dean and Dan Caten of Dsquared2. Featured experts include director of photo shoots Jay Manuel, hairstylist Gian Luca Guaitoli and photographer Massimo Costoli. Meanwhile, space gets tight as the girls move into one bedroom together just before the first of two eliminations in this episode. Later, the final fashion show determines the winner as the remaining two go head-to-head and the heel of one competitor's shoe breaks at a critical moment. After intense deliberations by the judges, one girl becomes America's Next Top Model.
1The Girl with the Secret
22 Sep 2004Description ▼
Supermodel Tyra Banks welcomes the new crop of top model hopefuls to Los Angeles, where things heat up quickly when some girls become unwitting targets of mischief at a pool party that gets out of control, and another finds herself embroiled in a cat fight at a bar during a night out on the town. Meanwhile, the girls become increasingly competitive as they fight to avoid elimination, and one reveals a shocking personal secret
2The Girl Who Is Co-Dependent
29 Sep 2004
3The Girl Who Everyone Thinks Is a Backstabber
06 Oct 2004Description ▼
Tyra and Jay Manuel give the aspiring models dramatic makeovers at an upscale New York City salon, and after confiding to one of her housemates that she has an eating disorder, one of the girls gets a harsh lesson in trust and competition when she discovers that her secret has spread through the house. Meanwhile, CoverGirl Kiara Kabakuru makes a special appearance as the ladies are given ten minutes to doll themselves up for an industry party while in a moving limousine. Later, one of the girls frets about how she looks when the models are challenged to pose without any makeup, and yet another is sent home.
4The Girl Who Sets a Trap
13 Oct 2004Description ▼
When the girls are challenged to star in a glamorous runway fashion show for famous designers Heatherette, one model has trouble staying in her outfit, another has trouble staying on the runway and one model's success on the catwalk stirs up jealously from the others that builds and explodes into confrontation. Later, believing one of her housemates is stealing, a crafty competitor sets a trap in hopes of catching the alleged thief red-handed. Meanwhile, Yoanna House, winner of the second cycle of America's Next Top Model, pays a surprise visit and imparts some valuable advice on surviving in the competition. The models pose topless for a sexy jeans ad that will appear in a major magazine. One of the 11 remaining girls is eliminated.
5The Girl Who Cries When She Looks in the Mirror
20 Oct 2004Description ▼
The ladies learn the nuances of sexy posing from none other than sassy supermodel Janice Dickinson and later are challenged to pose while wearing revealing lingerie in a New York City storefront window as passersby look on. Meanwhile, after a few rounds of heated competition, one model's confidence is so shaken that she can't look herself in the mirror without bursting into tears. Barney's creative director Simon Doonan and male model Lanny Ward make special appearances, and photographer Matthew Jordan Smith is a guest judge. Later, Tyra visits the model apartment to meet one on one with the ladies, and at a photo shoot, the models are challenged to strike a pose while roller-skating. One of the remaining ten models is eliminated
6The Girl Who Mutilated the Precious Brownies
27 Oct 2004Description ▼
The ladies get a visit from Tyra Banks, model Kate Dillon and nutritionist Joy Bower to discuss body image and eating healthy and later, a military trainer puts them through a grueling physical fitness test. Meanwhile, fed up with her housemate's mess after baking brownies, one model retaliates by carving an anonymous note into the baked goods, sparking confrontation, and escalating into a house divided. Model Kate Dillon also serves as a guest judge. Other special guests include photographer Sasha Pflaeging (for the trampoline shoot), photographer Che Grahm (for the rooftop shoot) and trainer. Captain Leif Wade. Later, the models meet with Jay Manuel at an airport hangar for a photo shoot, where they pose for an energy drink ad, while jumping on a trampoline. One model is furious when she changes her often-criticized posing style, only to see one of her competitors receive praise for that same pose. One of the remaining 9 models is eliminated.
7The Girl Who Forgot Her Shoes
03 Nov 2004Description ▼
One of the models seems to be loosening up around the others, so much so that she shares a playful kiss with another. Meanwhile, Tyra Banks sends the ladies to be evaluated by some of New York's top fashion designers, including Nicole Miller, Cynthia Rowley, Diane von Furstenberg, Nanette Lepore, and Marc Bouwer, but the appointments turn into a disaster for some after they get lost trying to help one model buy shoes. Marc Bouwer serves as guest judge. Special guests include photographer Davide Cernuschi, fashion designers Nicole Miller, Nanette Lepore, Diane Von Furstenberg and Cynthia Rowley and runway trainer J. Alexander. Meanwhile, the girls face a challenging photo shoot in which they are transformed into two drastically different characters and pose opposite "themselves" in the same photo. One of the remaining 8 models is eliminated.
8The Girl Who Is Panic Stricken
10 Nov 2004Description ▼
After meeting with style and publicity experts who discuss image and personal style, the models face a red carpet photo challenge where one competitor seems to have undergone a sharp personality change for the worse, another suffers from the diva syndrome and a third offends another when she openly discusses her distaste towards her to an US Weekly reporter. Later, the ladies must pose covered in diamonds and a live tarantula, which sends one of them into hysterics. Special guests include publicist Paul Wilmot, publicist Hampton Carney, US Weekly's Sarah Pyper, photographer Bill Diadato and Tyra's mom Carolyn London. Stylist Rebecca Weinberg serves as guest judge.. Meanwhile, some of the models mischievously read a fake "Tyra mail" as a prank on their roommates, leaving the victims thoroughly annoyed. One of the remaining seven models is eliminated.
9The Girls Meet Taye Diggs
17 Nov 2004Description ▼
When the models take acting lessons, they are surprised to learn their challenge is to perform in a scene opposite Taye Diggs. Later, the girls acting skills are put to the test once again when they must shoot a Campbell's Soup TV commercial in the local language with a director who doesn't speak any English. When one model has a tough time with her performance during the shoot, she stirs controversy by saying she hopes another model "bites it." One of the remaining 6 models is eliminated
10The Girl Who Goes Ballistic
24 Nov 2004Description ▼
Never-before-seen footage from the first eight weeks of including a confrontation between the two divas...
11The Girl the Lionesses Are Hunting
01 Dec 2004Description ▼
While the girls visit a Los Angeles Animal park to study the movement of wild animals to incorporate into their modeling poses, Tyra surprises them with the news that they will be going on a safari in South Africa. Special guests include runway trainer J. Alexander and photographer Gerda Genis who also serves as a guest judge. Meanwhile, on a safari, one model fails to adhere to the safety instructions putting everyone in danger, while another realizes she has suddenly gained weight. Later, at the photo shoot, the models must each evoke a different wild animal, and, at judging, Janice Dickinson shocks everyone with a vivid demonstration of how to pose with "passion." Another model is eliminated.
12The Girl Who Didn't Hug Goodbye
08 Dec 2004Description ▼
The girls are separately left to their own devices to navigate the streets of Tokyo in a mad dash to find an outfit that represents Tokyo street style to present to a Japanese fashion designer. As time ticks away, one competitor gets lost as she searches for her final destination. Fashion designers Shingo and Hitomi appear as guest judges. Special appearances by stylist Sawa Vaughters; Toyohiko Mikimoto, Chairman of Mikimoto; photographer Takahashi Mizzaki; and Tyra's mom Carolyn London. Meanwhile, during the photo shoot, the girls are made over in a Japanese anime look and pose on motorcycles. As the judges heatedly deliberate who should go home, the girls get into a heated conversation of their own. One of the remaining four models is eliminated.
13The Girl Who Wins It All
15 Dec 2004Description ▼
The mounting pressure begins to take its toll on the three remaining girls as one expresses her blatant dislike for another competitor, and the final. Fashion designer Noriko Fukushima serves as special guest judge. After a close-up beauty photo shoot for CoverGirl Cosmetics, one girl is eliminated leaving only two to fight for the number-one spot. At the final challenge, a fashion show for a top Japanese designer, the two finalists are surprised when they see the unusual design of the runway and find out how they must walk it. In the end, one of the competitors is named America's Next Top Model.
1The Girl with the Twisted Catch Phrase
21 Sep 2005
3The Girl Who Needs a Miracle
28 Sep 2005Description ▼
In the second hour, the 13 finalists find that they will live like real-life supermodels when they move into their new Bel-Air mansion home and are driven around town in an extravagant stretch limo. Later, one model trips while strutting her stuff in a Life & Style fashion show, and another model shocks everyone when she dives in to kiss a competitor. One of the 13 models is eliminated.
4The Girl Who Makes a Disclaimer
05 Oct 2005Description ▼
At a Beverly Hills salon, Tyra, Jay Manuel and celebrity hairstylist Louis Licari surprise the models with their plans for their makeovers, and the girls are sent on a shopping challenge by personal stylist James St. James along the famous Rodeo Drive to show their personal style. Personal stylist James St. James also serves as a guest judge. Later, one competitor annoys the others by giving out too much advice, and at a photo shoot with guest photographer Craig De Cristo, the models are spilt into pairs with matching outfits and are judged on who poses better. Another model is eliminated.
5The Girl Who Gets a Boob Job
12 Oct 2005Description ▼
When the models must point out each others worst physical features, one girl's harsh comments stirs tension, and Twiggy and Jay Manuel teach the competitors how to turn their negative flaws into positive. Photographer Jay Goldman makes a guest appearance and Smashbox Enterprises co-owners Dean and Davis Factor serve as guest judges. Later, Janice Dickinson makes a surprise appearance that leaves one of the models in tears. At a photo shoot, the models are challenged to take plastic surgery to the extreme with exaggerated make-up and devices.
6The Girl Who Loves Bubbles and Talks to Plants
19 Oct 2005Description ▼
Supermodel Iman surprises the girls when she stops by the house to share her beauty secrets, and TV personality/comedian Chris Spencer challenges the models skills on to be an effective spokesperson for a skin care product. Photographer Jason Wilheim makes a guest appearance, and director Bill Heuberger serves as a guest judge. Later, the models demonstrate their ability to juggle a supermodel's busy schedule when they must film a commercial, pose for a photo shoot and be interviewed by "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent Ryan Devlin all in one day. Meanwhile, a blatant accusation by a model starts a fierce rivalry.
1The Girls Who Marks Her Territory
20 Sep 2006
2The Girl Who Hates Her Hair
27 Sep 2006
3The Girls Who Go to Texas
04 Oct 2006Description ▼
Runway expert J. Alexander prepares the models for their rockiest challenge yet. |
4The Girl Who Joined the Circus
11 Oct 2006Description ▼
The models learn to strike an extreme pose from a contortionist and are put to the test in a high fashion challenge with an extravagant prize. |
5The Girl Who Punk'd Ashton
18 Oct 2006Description ▼
A red carpet challenge with Janice Dickinson leaves some of the girls speechless. |
6The Girl Who Graduates
25 Oct 2006Description ▼
Tyra picks up her camera for a "scary" impromptu photo shoot. |
7The Girls Who Made It This Far
01 Nov 2006Description ▼
America's next top model takes a look back- with the finale only five weeks. |
8The Girl Who Wrecks the Car
08 Nov 2006Description ▼
Pro Athlete/Model Gabrielle Reece teaches the girls the art of action modeling while they bump, set and spike. |
9The Girl Who Breaks Down
15 Nov 2006Description ▼
During an intense acting challenge, one model chastises the group while another reveals something traumatic in her past. |
10The Girl Who Sticks Her Foot in Her Mouth
22 Nov 2006Description ▼
The models hit the foreign streets with their portfolios to meet local designers. |
11The Girl Who Grates
29 Nov 2006Description ▼
In Barcelona, the models' nerves are wearing thin. After a Flamenco photo shoot challenge, one girl breaks down in tears when her dancing is criticized. |
12The Girl Who Becomes America's Next Top Model
06 Dec 2006Description ▼
The last three models standing must be on point for the most important commercial and photo shoot yet. |
1The Girl Who Won't Stop Talking: Part 1
28 Feb 2007
2The Girl Who Won't Stop Talking: Part 2
28 Feb 2007
3The Girls Who Go to Prom
07 Mar 2007Description ▼
A runway session with J. Alexander preps the girls for two related fashion shows: one with a prom theme, another with a high school theme. |
4The Girl Who Cries All Time
14 Mar 2007Description ▼
Makeover day! As one model is put through two different makeovers, another has to endure a painful session. |
6The Girl Who Takes Credit
28 Mar 2007Description ▼
The girls are divided up into teams, where they are tasked with creating their own department store displays, where they then have to pose as the mannequins. Later, in a photo shoot where the girls pose as men, one girl's transformation shocks her competition.
7The Girl Who Gets Thrown in the Pool
04 Apr 2007Description ▼
Twiggy informs the girls on how she got her iconic nickname, then each girl gives herself a nickname, which she must then use during a Hollywood party. Eencounters with rapper 50 Cent, talent manager Barry Medina elevate the drama, as does a confrontation involving all of the remaining girls -- and Tyra. Finally, the girls participate in a photo shoot where they must highlight four of their inner personalities.
8The Girl Who Impresses Pedro
11 Apr 2007Description ▼
Efren Ramirez and Tia Mowry give the models a crash course in character acting, prior to their weekly challenge. The photo shoot highlights scandalous moments from past seasons and features contestants from previous cycles. |
9The Girls Who Went Down Under
18 Apr 2007Description ▼
The girls get lessons in hosting, and are later informed by Tyra of their travel destination. Once there, they must lean on their new hosting abilities while they interview local residents. Finally, the girls are asked to star in a Cover Girl commercial, where one potential model struggles with her lines.
10The Girl Who Picks a Fight
25 Apr 2007Description ▼
A cycle 8 recap episode, with previously unseen footage of the six remaining contestants. |
11The Girl Who Blames the Taxi Driver
02 May 2007Description ▼
Only five girls remain, and on this episode, the contestants are sent on go-sees to top Australian designers. While one girl requests to keep the clothes she models, another breaks down after a late arrival. Later, when Tyra shoots the girls in swimwear, one model impresses Tyra, while another falls flat.
12The Girl Who Does Not Want to Dance
09 May 2007Description ▼
The girls are taught about the art of self expression and storytelling and are later put to the test when they must tell stories of their own using their new skills. Later on, the girls go out but one model stays home sick, giving the other three the chance to gossip about her while she is absent. In their photo shoot, the girls are body painted and must use traditional clothing and Aboriginal dance to express themselves. While one model completely embraces the dancing, another bitterly complains about having to do so. Finally, the panel lights on fire when the girls are asked to give the name of the person who they think has the most potential at winning the competition and one girl gets verbally attacked by the rest.
13The Girl Who Becomes Americas Next Top Model
16 May 2007Description ▼
The three finalists are ultimately put to the test in their final photo shoot and commercial for CoverGirl. Things do not go so well when one model struggles to look youthful in her pictures and another struggles to say her lines naturally for the commercial. After the CoverGirl shooting is done, one model is eliminated and the final two face off in the final runway challenge, after which the winner of cycle 8 is crowned.
1How Short Can You Go
09 Sep 2009
1Be My Friend, Tyra!
10 Mar 2010Description ▼
Thirty three semi-finalists compete for a chance to be Tyra's friend but only 13 will make it into the Top Model loft in New York City. The lucky finalists are shocked when special guest Perez Hilton reveals their first challenge is to undergo makeovers.
17 Mar 2010Description ▼
The girls pose for their first official Top Model photo shoot but quickly learn they are only allowed to wear one article of clothing. Andre Leon Talley makes his debut alongside Tyra and Nigel on the judges panel for the first elimination of cycle 14.
24 Mar 2010
5Smile and Pose
07 Apr 2010
6New York Women
14 Apr 2010
9Hobbits vs. Models
05 May 2010
12 May 2010
11America's Next Top Model Is...
12 May 2010
19 May 2010
1Welcome to High Fashion
08 Sep 2010Description ▼
The 32 semi-finalists for cycle 15 head to Palm Springs, where they perfect their runway walk in clothing from Cynthia Rowley before being invited to a party hosted by the designer. Fourteen finalists will be one step closer to their dream as they prepare to move in to the Top Model house and have the chance to win the 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.
2Diane von Furstenberg
15 Sep 2010Description ▼
Demi Lovato drops by the set of this week's photo shoot to surprise the girls for a conversation about teen bullying. During the photo shoot with photographer Deborah Anderson, the girls' bodies are painted with a word that describes the type of bullying they have experienced.
22 Sep 2010Description ▼
Tyra makes a surprise visit to the house to inform the girls they will receive makeovers. Their excitement quickly fades when they realize there is also a surprise elimination upon receiving their new looks. This week's photo shoot takes place on the beaches of Malibu, where the girls pose as fallen angels for photographer Anne Menke.
29 Sep 2010Description ▼
The girls head to a theme park where they must pose while riding a rollercoaster. The winner of the challenge is photographed for a feature on Tyra.com by Tyra herself. This week's photo shoot takes the girls underwater as they are photographed by top beauty photographer Matthew Rolston, who is also this week's guest judge.
06 Oct 2010Description ▼
Jay leads the girls to a tunnel in downtown Los Angeles where they walk in on a conveyor belt runway while wearing designs by Herve Leger. Andre drops by the house with a surprise guest, Karolina Kurkova, who speaks with the girls about healthy eating. This week's photo shoot features the girls posing with wrestlers from Lucha Va Voom, a form of Mexican Mask Wrestling with photographers Eddie and Moshe Brakha.
13 Oct 2010Description ▼
The girls head to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills for this week's photo shoot with legendary fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier. The girls are joined by a male model as they strut down Rodeo while posing in clothing hand-picked for them by fashion stylist Lori Goldstein. Demarchelier joins the judges at the elimination panel.
20 Oct 2010Description ▼
During this week's challenge the girls head over to The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles where Neil Portman, President and CEO of The Recording Academy, reveals that one of them will be chosen to be a "Grammy Girl" during The 2011 Grammy Awards. During this week's photo shoot the models portray an iconic fashion designer for photographer Francesco Carrozzini, who is also this week's guest judge
27 Oct 2010Description ▼
Designer Zac Posen surprises the girls at their beach house to inform them they will be wearing his fall 2010 collection during this week's runway challenge. The girls put their personality to the test when they shoot their very first commercial while wearing roller skates on the beach.
03 Nov 2010
10 Nov 2010
17 Nov 2010Description ▼
The final four girls put their personality to the test when they meet one-on-one with Vogue Italia's editor-in-chief, Franca Sozzani. Tyra directs the girls during a motion editorial challenge that requires them to bring their poses to life with movement and emotion. Following this week's double elimination, Tyra premieres her directorial debut of "Disturbato."
12High Fashion Highlights
24 Nov 2010
01 Dec 2010
23 Feb 2011
02 Mar 2011
09 Mar 2011
16 Mar 2011
23 Mar 2011
30 Mar 2011
13 Apr 2011
27 Apr 2011Description ▼
The remaining models arrive in Marrakesh, Morroco, where they get to explore the city and enjoy the sights. During a challenge, one of the girls has a meltdown when none of the designer clothing fits her figure. At the photo shoot, one of the models is chastised for trying to direct the shoot, while another deals with body images issues that threaten her photos.
14 Sep 2011Description ▼
We open with a pre-recorded bit, in which Jane Lynch sits down with the faux-President of Television, Leonard Nimoy, who tells her that men find her woman-ish and women find her man-ish. (Alec Baldwin had taped this, but quit when Fox cut a News Corp joke. It's hard not to think Baldwin's comedic timing might have served the bit better than Nimoy's.)Leonard reminds her not to let the audience know that all the stars all live together in a tiny apartment building, which he reveals behind the curtain. Yes, it's weird. Then it's time for the song, about the magic of television as Jane wanders through.Jeremy Piven and "Lloyd" (Rex Lee) join for a few dance moves, after which Piven wonders what he's doing. "I'm not even on anymore!" Jane sings about TV crime shows and we see Kevin Nealon, then Eric Dane from "Grey's Anatomy" as she sings about patients being cured in a week. Jane next wanders into "The Big Bang Theory", then by Marcel from "Top Chef", Randy Jackson from "American Idol," the boys from "Myth Busters" and up to Ron from "Parks and Rec" who tells her to stop singing."I know this seems stupid and shlocky, and already seems overly long, but it's the Emmys, c'mon! Get on board," Jane tells him.And then she sings some more, not taking her own analysis to heart, walking by Andy Richter and the cast of "Mad Men". She tells them about the future, including that people can watch TV on their phones and fast forward through commercials. Don Draper kicks her out.There's a line about on TV high school students look roughly 24 as she walks by a few "Friday Night Lights"ers in a locker room.Then it's Jane into a rally hosted by her "Glee" alter-ego, Sue Sylvester, whom she promptly slushies.Then we're into the auditorium, where the number continues, as Jane sings about TV as a vast wonderland. ("Except for HBO, it's not TV")The dancers lift her in the air for the big finish. "Try doing that in triple-Spanx," she says. She surveys the audience, picking out her "nodding friends," and noting that "Jon Hamm and I are at 'finger-pistols'."Jane introduces "The Emmy Tones," some actors she roped into joining her, including Zachary Levi, Cobie Smulders, Taraji Henson, Kate Flannery, Wilmer Valderrama and Joel McHale, presumably friends she had some dirt on. They sing to introduce the first comedy category. The audience doesn't seem to know what to do with it, but at least is happy to know what Wilmer Valderrama is up to.We see seconds-long clips from a slew of shows, then it's on to Jimmys Fallon and Kimmel.Kimmel congratulates Fallon on his nomination, then asks if he wrote a speech. Fallon says no, because they all know Jon Stewart is going to win. Kimmel then tackles him him to the ground, wresting the prepared speech from his pocket. It contains "notes to self" such as crying on cue and holding the statue like it's the "Lion King" baby.On to best supporting actress in a comedy, Jane Lynch's category. Julie Bowen from "Modern Family" wins."I don't know what I'm going to talk about next week in therapy now," she says, struggling to compose herself.Juliana Margulies is out next to present "Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy", deadpanning that she's the funniest woman in TV. She notes the category features "that kid from 'Glee' and that guy from 'Pretty in Pink' and four guys from 'Modern Family," she says.The winner is: Ty Burrell from "Modern Family". He mentions that his dad passed away before he had success and he wonders what he'd think of the fact he goes to work every day in full make-up. Then he thanks all his costars and mentions his dad again. "If he were here tonight, I think he would say... 'But why the make-up?'." His dad would like his wife and be impressed that he gets to learn every day, "in the end I think he'd feel like, 'Couldn't you just wear a little powder? Why do you have to look like a harlot?'"Jane welcomes us back and introduces controversial Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais, via satellite. He apologizes that he couldn't be there, and says he wasn't allowed after the Globes. This sets up his bit, that he was warned he'll be edited if he says anything controversial. Some quick cuts ensue, including one that has him calling Fox fantastic in splices.He intros the nominees for "Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series". The Emmy goes to Michael Alan Spiller for "Modern Family".Zooey Deschanel and Will Arnett are up to present comedy writing. The winners are Steven Levitan and Jeffrey Richman of "Modern Family." The Steven mentions the episode with the kids walking in on their parents came from real life (his wife's eye roll in the audience gets the biggest laugh of the speech).That's four awards, all to the same ABC show. Fox, which is airing the telecast, must be thrilled.Jane welcomes us back to "The Modern Family Awards". She introduces the next presenter, saying she was his therapist for many years "and apparently I suck." Ladies and Gentlemen, Charlie Sheen, to present "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series", his old category. He addresses his former "Two and a Half Men" costars, and says from the bottom of his heart, he wishes them continued success. There is no punchline, but plenty of awkward.The winner is Jim Parsons from "The Big Bang Theory". (The announcer who has been offering banal facts as the winners walk up mentions that he eats a lot of peanut butter.)"Oh this is so odd for so many reasons," says the CBS star, going on to not make much more sense as Sheen, the former CBS star, lurks behind him.Sofia Vergara and Rob Lowe are out next for "Outstanding Lead Actress in Comedy", they start with Amy Poehler from "Parks & Recreation" and she takes the stage. She's joined by Melissa McCarthy, Martha Plimpton, Edie Falco,Tina Fey and Laura Linney. They hold hold hands like beauty queens and wait. They get a standing ovation as everyone tries to figure out if the bit was planned.The winner is Melissa McCarthy from "Mike and Molly" who can fairly clearly be seen to say "holy s---" when her name is announced. She's presented with roses and a tiara to go with her award."Holy smokes!" she says, acknowledging her sister in the audience. She promises to carry CBS prez Nina Tassler and Les Moonves around later that night.We return to a pre-recorded bit with stars from "The Office" talking about the worst part of their job. Then others stop by, like Jesse (Aaron Paul from "Breaking Bad") to bring Creed a bag. He takes it, announcing: "Hey guys, my crystal meth is here!"Kim Kardashian doesn't understand the question and wonders if she's pronouncing "work" right."The Office" mates confer and decide the new boss doesn't seem right, Andy goes to talk to him and finds Ashton Kutcher, wondering if the "beautiful drifter" is in the wrong place.Kutcher plays dumb. "I was wondering where the half man was," he says.The Emmy Tones are back to sing awkwardly about the new combined reality and variety category.Jane Lynch returns. "Everyone was asking me if I have a gay agenda for hosting, and actually I do," she says, taking a list out of her pocket to read from. "Call Rachel Maddow and find out what time spinning is, take the pick-up in for an oil change - nah, I'll do that myself. And there was a third thing, but I must have left it in my fanny pack."David Spade and Kaley Cuoco are out next to introduce best outstanding reality competition. (She towers over him.) The Emmy goes to "Amazing Race" again. (The announcer says it's a "race to the podium". Groan.)On to best writing for a variety, music or comedy series. The Colbert Report writers shout their name all at once, SNL's scroll with pictures of Justin Timberlake, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon rolls with puppies dressed up, Jon Stewart's crew does mock up of Newsweek's cover and Conan O'Brien pulls one name from a hat - his."The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" wins. It's the show's seventh win. The writers read a stilted thank you, the joke of which is that Jon Stewart usually proofs their writing, but not this time.Jane wanders the audience, talking to the camera, mentioning that after the show the clothes come off and it's a big sweaty pile. She introduces "The Lonely Island" and Michael Bolton. They're on to the Bolton doing captain Jack Sparrow, then Ed Helms, John Stamos and Maya Rudolph doing the "D--- in a box" guys singing "It's Not Gay if It's in a Threeway" (might have to YouTube that for it to make sense). Then Akon comes out singing about just having sex in front of a giant American Flag.Lea Michele and Ian Somerhalder are out next to introduce best directing for variety, music or comedy series. The winner is Don Roy King for the "Saturday Night Live" episode with Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga.Anna Paquin and Scott Caan introduce outstanding comedy, variety series, mentioning that "The Daily Show" has won eight years in a row. It wins again.Jon Stewart is taller than Scott Caan.He gives a special nod to Colbert.More Emmy Tones, introducing drama clips.Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher are out next to present best writing for a drama. Kutcher clarifies that he is not Charlie Sheen and doesn't think Cryer is a troll. The Emmy goes to Jason Katims for "Friday Night Lights".He reads from notes, thanking the cast and crew and his family, ending with the predictable "clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose."The award for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series is next. Margo Martindale wins for "Justified". When she takes careful steps up the stage, Ed O'Neill rushes from the audience to help her."Sometimes, things just take time," she says through tears. Her co-stars in the audience are in tears, too. She thanks creator Graham Yost, even though he killed her.Loretta Devine and Paul Crane are out to present drama directing. The winner is Martin Scorsese for "Boardwalk Empire", his first Emmy win.He sees the clock ticking down and resolves to talk a little fast, rattling off names of folks at HBO and his crew.Kerry Washington and Jason O'Mara are out next delivering a rough bit on the side effects of winning an Emmy before "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series".The winner is Peter Dinklage from "Game of Thrones". He thanks his show creators, somewhat calmly. He thanks his dog sitter named Kitty for taking care of his dog Kevin back in New York.When we return, Anderson Cooper does a fake 360 report about a woman behind the New Jersey TV trend, Donatella, Alberghetti Mangiana D'Borgia, or Jane Lynch in a black win and tons of eye make up. She takes credit for the fact 50 percent of all TV is set in Jersey, including "Sarah Palin's Alaska."The kids from "Jersey Shore" give interviews. "Before I met Donatella, I was just Nicole, a Harvard undergrad. And now I'm Snooki," Snooki attests."She's like a mother to me, because she killed my mother," Pauly says.Brian Cranston and Katie Holmes are up next for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series". The winner is...Julianna Marguiles for "The Good Wife".She addresses her fellow nominees, saying it's a privilege to be among them. She thanks her creators and writers and the CBS folk, "thank you for allowing us to be the show that we are." She tells her husband "I love being your 'good wife' and I'm so grateful you have no political aspirations."The stars of "Charlie's Angels" are out next with former "Angel" Drew Barrymore to introduce best actor.The winner is...Kyle Chandler. Minka Kelly, his former costar, presents him with the award. "I knew for a fact that I would not be standing here, so I did not write anything. And now I'm starting to worry," he says, before thanking his reps and casting director and all the people who filled the stands around Texas.The Emmy Tones sing about mini-series and movies before being interrupted by LL Cool J rapping over them. In a change of pace for him, he does not remove his shirt.Jane Lynch returns with: "A lot of people wonder why I'm a lesbian. Ladies and gentlemen, the cast of 'Entourage'." They're introducing the miniseries, movie or special - all of the nominees from HBO or PBS. The Emmy goes to Julian Fellowes for "Downton Abbey" on PBS. (The insipid announcer says Julian is British and from England.)Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries goes to Maggie Smith, who is not in attendance.The accountants from Ernst & Young are out next, but it's really Jane Lynch and Paula Abdul."Me, an accountant? I can barely balance my checkbook," Lynch says."I can barely balance," Abdul offers.Jane introduces the real guys, then it's on to Melissa McCarthy and Amy Poehler, who note what a good year it was for male roles. They congratulate them on finally breaking through the glass ceiling and tell them not to be afraid to show a little skin.The introduce lead actor in a miniseries, which goes to Barry Pepper. He is also not there. On to directing in the category.The winner is Brian Percival for "Downton Abbey". Uses his acceptance speech as a chance to make sure your DVR is set up to record the premieres this week. He pretty much just says thanks.The chairman of the Television Academy of Arts and Science is out next for the In Memoriam segment, including Stephen J. Cannell. Some guys sing "Hallelujah" as the names roll including Harold Gould, Peter Falk, James Arness, Blake Edwards, Barbara Billingsley, Leslie Nielsen, Tom Bosley, Ryan Dunn, "Uncle Frank", Andy Whitfield, Jill Clayburgh, Laura Ziskin and Bubba Smith.Anna Torv and David Boreanaz are out next to present best supporting actor in a miniseries or movie (Torv also acknowledges the singers were the Canadian Tenors).The winner is Guy Pearce for "Mildred Pierce"."It was really a delightful experience making Mildred Pierce, I got to have sex with Kate Winslet every day...To Kate, thank you for allowing me to insert myself into your world of Mildred, and to my wife Kate who had to listen to me talk about that every day when I came home from work," he says.Hugh Laurie and Claire Danes are up next to present outstanding actress in a miniseries.The winner is Kate Winslet for "Mildred Pierce." She hugs her costars and takes the stage, saying she didn't think they were going to win anything. She thanks the cast and her own mother, saying it doesn't matter how old you get, you always need your "mum."Jane comes back, noting that so many movies stars are doing TV these days that TV stars have to go do voices for video games, which are then made into movies, staring the very people who are putting the TV stars out of work in the first place. "Hakuna matata, my friends. That's the circle of life," she says.Out next is Don Cheadle, for Outstanding Mini-Series or Movie. "Downton Abbey" wins. Julian Fellowes says it's hard to know what will be a hit, but this evening validates that something did.Maria Bello and William H. Macy are out next for Outstanding Drama Series. The nominees are Boardwalk Empire, Dexter, Friday Night Lights, Game of Thrones, The Good Wife and Mad Men.The Emmy goes to "Mad Men." Again. Fourth year in a row.Creator Matthew Weiner accepts. He says he didn't think they were going to win, but thanks AMC and the fans and his writing staff. "We all get to work tomorrow and that's all we ever want to do. For us and our families, this is an incredible dream," he says.Gwyneth Paltrow is up next to present Outstanding Comedy."Ok, the prompter's down, so I'm going to wing it: Here are the nominees for best comedy series," she says, showing no great skill at improv. The nominees are The Big Bang Theory, Glee, Modern Family, The Office, Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock.The Emmy goes to "Modern Family" for the second year in a row.Steven Levitan says that everyone on the stage knows what it's like to have a show tank, so they especially appreciate it. He takes special note of the kids in the cast. "'Modern Family' was this close to being animated, that's how much we didn't want to work with kids," he says, before praising them.He also mentions a gay couple who approached them on location last year and thanked them for teaching people tolerance. Levitan says they are doing that. "We are showing the world that there is absolutely nothing wrong with a loving committed relationship between an old man and a hot young woman, and looking around this room tonight I see many of you agree," he says."Thank you all very, very much," he says.Jane comes back to sign off, with the Emmy Tones, who can at least be glad their faces were never shown in close-up.
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1The Girl Who Makes the Grade
24 Aug 2012Description ▼
2The Girl Who Cries Home
31 Aug 2012Description ▼
3The Girl Who Wants Out
07 Sep 2012Description ▼
4The Girl Who Does What Tyler Perry Says
14 Sep 2012Description ▼
5The Girl Who Sings for Alicia Keys
21 Sep 2012Description ▼
6The Girl Who Gets Pwn'd
28 Sep 2012Description ▼
7The Girl Who Licks the Floor
05 Oct 2012Description ▼
8The Girl Who Comes Back
19 Oct 2012Description ▼
9The Girls Go to Jamaica
26 Oct 2012Description ▼
10The Girl Who Becomes Art for Tyra
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11The Girl Who Freaks Out on Horseback
12The Girl Who Becomes America's Next Top Model
13The Girl with the Best Top Model Freakout
1Meet the Guys & Girls of Cycle 20: Part 1 & 2
02 Aug 2013
2The Girl Who Gets Married Again
09 Aug 2013
3The Guy Who Gets a Weave
16 Aug 2013
4The Girl Who Went Around in Circles
23 Aug 2013
5The Guy Who Gets to Kiss the Girl
30 Aug 2013
6The Girl Who's Scared of Clowns
06 Sep 2013
7The Guy Who Cries
13 Sep 2013
8The Girl Whose Walk Is TOO Good
20 Sep 2013
9The Girls and Guys Get Flirty
27 Sep 2013Description ▼
Clip show recapping the season so far, along with scenes not previously shown. |
10The Girl Who Gets Punked
04 Oct 2013
11The Guy Who Has a Panic Attack
11 Oct 2013
12The Girl Who Gets Kissed on an Elephant
18 Oct 2013Description ▼
While in Bali, the models embrace the culture during an outdoor photo shoot, where one model in particular has a bad attitude that affects his performance. Two of the models lose sight of the goal to win the competition and instead focus on their affection for one another.
13The Guy Who Becomes a Bat
01 Nov 2013Description ▼
A workout challenge brings out the competitive side of the guys. Later, the guys and girls have to pose while hanging upside down with bats, and one of the models struggles to take a good photo. |
14Finale Part 1: The Finalists Shoot Their Guess Campaign
08 Nov 2013Description ▼
Past contestants come back to assist the final three models and one finalist is upset that the group is not supportive of her. During a photo shoot for Guess, tensions mount when the models are intensely critiqued. Later, in a twist, the eliminated contestants are put to the test when offered a cash prize.
15Finale Part 2: The Guy or Girl Who Becomes America's Next Top Model
15 Nov 2013Description ▼
The final two models battle it out in a fierce runway show and the pressure is on as the final photo shoot is shot by Tyra herself. |
1The Boyz R Back
18 Aug 2014Description ▼
Cycle 21 kicks off with girls AND guys back in the competition to take home the title of America's Next Top Model. 31 potential contestants rock the runway to see who can take the best selfie. |
2The Guy Who Gets a Second Chance
25 Aug 2014Description ▼
With only one week left to determine the Cycle 21 contestants, the semi-finalists tackle a rigorous Los Angeles subway challenge to model various seasons in a limited amount of time. World renowned photographer Yu Tsai is introduced as the cycle's photo shoot creative consultant. Later, things get steamy during a nighttime photo shoot at the beach, where the final 14 are selected by Tyra Banks and the judges, from the portraits taken.
3The Girl Whos a Player #21.03
4The Guy Who Gets a Beard Weave
08 Sep 2014Description ▼
With a love triangle brewing in the house, not all models bring their A-game to an optical illusion photo shoot. The eagerly awaited make-over day arrives, and one model to unveils a never-before-seen look while another suffers a breakdown.
5The Guy Who Starts a Fight
15 Sep 2014Description ▼
Tyra teaches the models the three steps involved in making love to the camera to prep them for a sexy black widow-themed photo shoot. An unexpected chemistry occurs between two models just before a hair-raising challenge on stilts. Later, a night of partying in the house quickly turns dramatic when one of the models breaks a major house rule.
6The Girl Who Got Five Frames
22 Sep 2014Description ▼
The models are tasked with mastering the ultimate hair whip for a wind-blown photo shoot while one pays a penalty and is allowed only five frames to capture the perfect image. Special guest Nick Cannon gives the models a chance to be the face of his new ad campaign.
7The Guy Who Wears Heels
03 Oct 2014Description ▼
Models test their acting chops to compete for a walk-on role on a scripted television series. A frozen photo shoot turns icy after hurtful comments are overheard at the house. |
8The Girl Who Says It's Over
10 Oct 2014Description ▼
Models team up to for a photo shoot challenge with judge Kelly Cutrone resulting in two models recognizing...
9The Guy Who Wows Betsey Johnson
17 Oct 2014
10The Girl with the Bloodcurdling Scream
24 Oct 2014Description ▼
A model is brought back into the competition after fans cast their vote via social media. A challenge...
11What Happens on ANTM Stays on ANTM
31 Oct 2014Description ▼
A look back on what has happened in the competition so far as well as a look inside the ANTM house and interactions between the models that we haven't seen before. |
12The Guy Who Parties Too Hard
07 Nov 2014Description ▼
The seven remaining models pack their bags for Seoul, Korea and find themselves challenged to a group...
13The Girl Who Gets Caught in a Lie
14 Nov 2014Description ▼
The models race to various locations around Seoul for a timed challenge, where one finds herself isolated...
14The Guy with Moves Like Elvis
21 Nov 2014Description ▼
The five remaining models perform a bilingual scene with Korean soap opera actors before tackling a...
15Finale Part One: The Last Girl Standing
05 Dec 2014Description ▼
Tyra Banks introduces the final four models to her new cosmetics line and challenges them to a commercial...
16Finale Part Two: America's Next Top Model Is...
05 Dec 2014Description ▼
Three very strong and different models are judged in a high-octane final runway fashion show in Seoul for designer Lie Sang Bong...
1The Guys and Girls Make It to Hollywood
05 Aug 2015Description ▼
America's Next Top Model returns with another exciting edition of guys and girls competing to take home the coveted title. Potential contestants descend on Hollywood, while modeling swimwear and taking on crazy fans - and each other - as they vie for a spot in the competition. Host Tyra Banks, Miss J and fashion public relations maven Kelly Cutrone return to the judging panel with Yu Tsai returning as a photo shoot creative consultant.
2The Girl Who Walks Away
12 Aug 2015Description ▼
Jonathan and Drew Scott ("Property Brothers") surprise the models by designing the cast house. One of...
3The Guy Who Gets Shipped Out
19 Aug 2015Description ▼
The remaining models must do a runway walk on shipping containers raised high above the ground and if they make it across...
4The Girl Who Has a Close Shave
26 Aug 2015Description ▼
The models participate in an emotional photo shoot that honors war heroes. Meanwhile, some of the girls-and guys-struggle to accept their new looks, with one of them locking herself in the bathroom. |
5The Guy Who Gets a Hickey
02 Sep 2015Description ▼
As romance blooms between some of the models, a huge argument breaks out. The guys and girls are challenged to a photo shoot that will have no re-touching in the photos, which causes insecurity amongst some of the models. |
6The Girl Who Gets Possessed
09 Sep 2015Description ▼
The stress of the competition gets to some of the models, causing them to lose focus. The guys and girls are suspended in mid air for a photo shoot where they look possessed and a few of the models struggle. |
7The Guy Who Acts a Fool
16 Sep 2015Description ▼
The models struggle during an acting challenge, where a few don't take the task seriously. The guys and girls are tasked with pairing up for a sexy commercial at the beach, where jealousy runs rampant and some chemistry falls flat. |
8The Girl Who Got All Dolled Up
23 Sep 2015Description ▼
The models are tasked with creating a PSA in front of a harsh team of critics - kids. At the photo shoot, the guys and girls have to pose as life size dolls, and some of the models don't rise to the challenge. |
9The Guy or Girl Who Came Back
02 Oct 2015Description ▼
When the guys and girls visit modeling agencies, they are paired up with a previously eliminated model, who may earn the chance to come back in the competition. |
10The Girl Who Became Bootyful
09 Oct 2015
11And Then That Happened
23 Oct 2015Description ▼
Catch up on Cycle 22 with all new footage of behind-the-scenes confessions, flirtations and meltdowns among the guys and girls...
12The Guy Who Closed the Deal in Vegas
30 Oct 2015Description ▼
During a challenge event in Las Vegas, an overconfident model loses focus and fails to impress. Meanwhile, one of the models seem more focused on romance than winning the competition. |
13The Girl Who Took a Shot in the Dark
06 Nov 2015
14The Guy Who Was a Momma's Boy
13 Nov 2015
15Finale Part 1: The Girl Who Made a Splash
20 Nov 2015
16Finale Part 2: America's Next Top Model Is...
04 Dec 2015
1Business, Brand, Boss
12 Dec 2016
2Lights, Camera, Catwalk
19 Dec 2016
3Make Your Mark
26 Dec 2016
4Major Key Alert
02 Jan 2017
09 Jan 2017
6Out for the Count
16 Jan 2017
7X Marks the Spot
23 Jan 2017
8The Glamorous Life
30 Jan 2017
01 Feb 2017
08 Feb 2017
15 Feb 2017
22 Feb 2017
13Behind the Scenes, Beyond the Flash
22 Feb 2017
14Brand Like a Boss
01 Mar 2017
15The Final Countdown
08 Mar 2017
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