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Andre Leon Talley Dishes on New Season of 'America's Next Top Model' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Oct 7th 2010 2:45PM
'America's Next Top Model' judge Andre Leon Talley dished on the new season of the reality show on 'The Martha Stewart Show' (weekdays, syndicated), revealing the winning prize, the new season's theme and the names of several guest judges slated to appear.

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'America's Next Top Model' - 'Hobbits vs. Models' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted May 5th 2010 9:30PM
Reina uses shadows to pose for Tyra.(S14E09) Oh Mylanta, 'America's Next Top Model' really needs to tell Reina that quoting 'Full House' isn't funny. The five contestants continue to bitch about each other while trying to take photos. Reina, while a nice and sweet girl, comes off really fake when she's announcing how New Zealand is wonderful and amazing.

Angelea slowly is being set up for failure. While she's talking big game, she hasn't delivered. Now her two friends in the house, Krista and Alexandra, have started to egg her on. To make it worst, it's that point where, after weeks of poor treatment, Angelea's hair is looking like a hot mess and she must have spent all her time waiting at the Port Authority in season 12 to not have time to catch any of 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy.

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Angelea Acts Weird on 'America's Next Top Model' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 29th 2010 3:15AM
Angelea Acts Weird on 'America's Next Top Model'On 'America's Next Top Model' (Wed., 8PM ET on The CW), the six remaining contestants flew off to New Zealand. There, they visited fashion designers --and also hung out with a sheep. Yes, they really did do a photo shoot involving a sheep. But amazingly, that wasn't the strangest part of the episode.

Watch the video after the jump.

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'America's Next Top Model' - 'Smile and Pose' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted Apr 8th 2010 1:03AM
Angalea looks like she is in her comfort zone
(S14E05) When 'America's Next Top Model' starts off with a statement about drinking pickle juice and bodily functions, you know there will be something really odd about the episode. Anslee continues to cry through most of the episode, but fortunately for her, Tyra isn't done with airing her emotions on the show, and she doesn't even land in the bottom three.

My biggest concern for this show is the fact that Angelea gets high amounts of praise for looking heavily transsexual. I'm not sure if I get her whole appeal. Whereas Cycle 8 winner Jaslene could look drag, she understood her angles and fixed her chin by the end. Angelea still hasn't been given enough criticism about looking more feminine and could be the winner for 'RuPaul's Drag Race.'

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'America's Next Top Model' - 'Drekitude' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted Mar 18th 2010 12:10AM
Anslee models a purse on ANTM

(S14E02) We continue 'America's Next Top Model' from last week's photoshoot cliffhanger. The nude photoshoot goes off without much of a hitch about religious morals or modesty. Either way, the shoot was borrowed from a challenge on 'Make Me a Supermodel' which had the same exact concept. The second photoshoot continues to stretch the definition of what a beauty shot is. Beauty shots should be zoomed in even closer than what we saw.

We saw the new and improved opening sequence; it's going to take me a while to get adjusted to it. It's still Tyra-centric and now with a 70s/funk vibe. This episode was also 90 minutes long, which threw off the tempo of the show. I was waiting for the show to end, but it just kept going. Speaking of editing choices, why isn't last season's winner Nicole in the CoverGirl lounge?

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CW News: 'High Society,' 'Fly Girls' Land Premiere Dates; Talley Joins 'Top Model'

by Leonard Jacobs, posted Feb 9th 2010 1:00PM
The CW has finally announced premiere dates for two of its highly anticipated reality series.

Also at CW, renowned fashionista Andre Leon Talley has been tapped to join the judges panel on season 14 of 'America's Next Top Model.'

According to the Hollywood Reporter, 'High Society' will get its high-profile debut Wed., Mar. 10 at 9:30PM, following the 90-minute premiere of 'Top Model.' Then on Wed., Mar. 24, the show will move to its regular timeslot, at 9PM, to make room for the take off of 'Fly Girls.'

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