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Break out your high heels and your best runway walk. Today, VH1 announced the new season of America's Next Top Model will premiere in December.After the show ended on The WB last year, it was announced Rita Ora would replace Tyra Banks as host of the long-running model competition series. Ashley Graham, Drew Elliott, Law Roach comprise the new judging panel.Read More… »
In today’s TV news roundup, “America’s Next Top Model” receives it’s long-awaited premiere date on VH1, SundanceTV will begin re-airing prolific TV classics and more.
“The Real” is having a “Real Housewives of Atlanta” week. The reality stars of Bravo’s show — Porsha Williams, Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks — will each guest co-host the daytime talker next week with a new cast member coming each day from Oct. 24 to Oct. 28 for the entire hourlong show. The ladies will tease what viewers can look forward to on the new season of “Rhoa.”
“We can’t wait to hang out with Porsha, Cynthia, Kenya and Phaedra! We’ll catch up on all the drama from the show, their love lives, motherhood and everything else in between. Our fans will just have to tune-in to sip all the tea!” said the hosts of “The Real,” Adrienne Bailon, Loni Love »
- Arya Roshanian
You wanna be (back) on top?
VH1 on Thursday released the first official teaser video for the new season of America’s Next Top Model, arriving Monday, Dec. 12 at 10/9c.
Now hosted by singer Rita Ora, Top Model 2.0 also features a new panel of judges, including supermodel Ashley Graham, Paper Magazine Cco Drew Elliott and celebrity stylist Law Roach. This new ensemble will judge a crop of all-female contestants in the place where it all began: New York City.
Though Tyra Banks will no longer serve as the show’s host, »
Get ready for an all new era of America's Next Top Model. Deadline reports that VH1 has released brand new details of the upcoming reboot of the reality series. Some of the information has already been reported: Rita Ora has been officially confirmed as the new host and Tyra Banks will be involved, to much a lesser degree, in the new America's Next Top Model. A lot of the news, especially the premiere date, is brand new.
Tyra Banks just opened up old wounds. As a supermodel, mogul and mom, the 42-year-old is a long ways away from her earliest years as an aspiring model in Paris. As she quickly took the international industry by storm on the catwalks of the early '90s, the young Banks was immediately compared to and pitted against Naomi Campbell, one of the most iconic figures in the fashion world to this day and one of the few African American supermodels at the time. According to Banks, Campbell caused some of the "lowest times" of her life during their following 14-year rivalry, as she described during an interview on the Norwegian-Swedish talk show Skavlan. "I got to Paris and it was »
Before Tyra Banks became one of the most famous models of her time, the host of America’s Next Top Model, or launched her own cosmetics and skincare lines, she was a major runway model with a few major obstacles to overcome: Her weight — and her feud with Naomi Campbell.
Banks (along with her Norwegian boyfriend, Erik Asla), was a guest on Norwegian/Swedish talk show Skavlan, and she was candid about about the early days in her career. After being declined by six Los Angeles modeling agencies and accepted only for runway modeling by the seventh, »
- Jillian Ruffo
Is NBC looking for “The Voice” round two?
The network has greenlit “The Stream,” a reality singing competition series that focuses on digital, streaming musicians, Variety has learned.
The talent show takes a twist on the tradition singing competition show, as contestants auditions will take place in the comfort of their own home — everyday people can upload their video to “The Stream” online platform where it will immediately become available to the public so that users can spread, share and stream all of their favorite acts and music. The 100 most-streamed musicians will then head to a showcase where they will perform in front of yet-to-be-announced industry titans who will then select 30 artists to work with for one week, and at the end of the week, each »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Minnie Driver can add her name to the list of actresses who were told they weren’t pretty enough for a movie role.
“I really can’t [name names] because then I’ll never work again, and I have to work because I have a mortgage,” Driver said, before offering, “You know what? The producer of Good Will Hunting did not think I was hot enough to be in that film, and did »
Every year, a new batch of stars give birth to their first child, making for some ridiculously sweet family moments. Celebrity moms like Tyra Banks, Anne Hathaway, and Rose Byrne welcomed adorable baby boys into their lives, while actresses Candice Accola, Chrissy Teigen, and Emilie de Ravin all gave birth to beautiful baby girls. We've rounded up all the stars who became first-time parents this year; keep reading to see them, and then check out all the stars who are expecting little bundles of joy in 2016. »
- Monica Sisavat
When one hears that Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys are joining “The Voice” as coaches in Season 11, it’s difficult to not have flashbacks to when “American Idol” welcomed Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey for its twelfth season — a chemistry experiment that, without getting into too many details, exploded.
More than that, in unscripted television, having two women on a judging panel (let alone in the same room) is traditionally a setup for a cat fight. Showdowns between Tyra Banks and Janice Dickinson; Britney Spears and Demi Lovato; even “The Voice” has made headlines and become tabloid fodder for conflict between two female judges who haven’t even appeared on the same season.
But during the first night of the two-night premiere, Cyrus and Keys brought class, professionalism, insight and personality. The two women joined the show’s “winningest coaches” — which really means the only two judges who have stayed on the show since the first season »
- Seth Kelley
Drake’s next business venture will see him opening a strip club in Houston, Texas. The rapper made the announcement over the weekend while launching his pop-up at the city’s Toyota Centre Monday night. Related: Tyra Banks Smashes Cake In Drake’s Face For ‘Child’s Play’ Music Video Dubbing his new business “The Ballet”, Drake described the […] »
- Sylvia Ogweng
While the rumoured relationship between Rihanna and Drake appears to be heating up, a new video from the Toronto rapper shows him in a somewhat less lovey-dovey light. In this just-released video for “Child’s Play” — actually an ambitious 12-minute short film — supermodel Tyra Banks plays Drake’s love interest, who meets Drake in what appears […] »
- Brent Furdyk
When Drake's latest album Views dropped this past April, there was only one question on everyone's mind: How did that fight at Cheesecake Factory actually go down? Let us explain. One of the rapper's most notable lyrics from "Child's Play" talks of a nasty argument Drake had with his S.O. at the popular, ever-so-corny chain restaurant. In the song he asks, "Why you gotta fight with me at Cheesecake/You know I love to go there." Well ladies and gentleman, we finally got our answer. And all signs point to Tyra Banks. In the 12-minute accompanying music video released Saturday night, we see the chart-topper and iconic supermodel enjoying what »
Veteran syndication executive Lisa Hackner is in the process of transitioning out of her post as Evp Daytime and Syndicated Programming at ABC. She is expected to depart later this month. There are no immediate plans for replacement. The move does not come as a surprise. Hackner was hired in fall 2013 by then-abc president Paul Lee to oversee unscripted daytime programming and syndicated development. The only new series that she and her team got on the air, Tyra Banks’ Fa… »
Daytime head Lisa Hackner is out at ABC, Variety has learned. Hackner served as the network’s exec VP of daytime and syndicated programming, joining in October 2013.
The department is being reorganized affecting about 5 to 10 people on the West Coast, source tells Variety, as a result of “FabLife’s” cancellation. Some staffers were offered other opportunities within the company. Hackner has elected to leave the company and stay on during a transition period, the source said.
During her time of roughly three years at ABC, Hackner did not develop or bring about any successful new programs, which sources say led to her departure. She oversaw last season’s short-lived Tyra Banks panel show “FabLife,” which was cancelled after one season, following Banks preemptively quitting her own series. “The View” also shifted from the daytime purview to ABC’s news division in 2014.
Hackner had a close relationship with Banks, having developed her successful daytime talker “The Tyra Banks Show” at »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister and Daniel Holloway
ABC is in the midst of reshuffling its West Coast daytime division, TheWrap has learned exclusively. Daytime chief Lisa Hackner is in talks for a possible new role at the company, sources close to the situation say, while her top lieutenants Sheila Bouttier and Jill Mullikan-Bates are likely leaving. Hackner has served as executive vice president of daytime and syndicated programming at ABC since 2013, overseeing mainly shows on the West Coast, including the soap “General Hospital.” Also Read: 'FABLife' Officially Canceled After Tyra Banks' Exit Hackner and her team were also behind “FABLife” (pictured), a daytime talk show with Tyra Banks and. »
- Scott Collins and Reid Nakamura
Lisa Hackner, who joined ABC as executive vp daytime and syndication in late 2013, is out, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. Additionally, Hackner's development team was let go. Hackner's exit comes on the heels of the cancelation of Tyra Banks’ talk show FABLife after one season. Hackner is a veteran daytime executive who came to ABC after more than 20 years at Telepictures. She was largely responsible for recruiting Banks back to daytime; the two worked together when Hackner had oversight of Tyra while at Telepictures. And she helped to spearhead an initial shake-up on The View that saw the
- Marisa Guthrie
“The New Celebrity Apprentice” will debut with its new host on Monday, Jan. 2 at 8 p.m. as a two-hour episode.
Returning without Donald Trump, “Apprentice” will feature new advisers Warren Buffett, Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, supermodel and businesswoman Tyra Banks, Honest Company founder Jessica Alba, and Schwarzenegger’s nephew, entertainment attorney Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger.
The 16 celebrity contestants for Season 8 of “Celeb Apprentice” are Laila Ali, Brooke Burke-Charvet, Eric Dickerson, Boy George, Matt Iseman, Carrie Keagan, Carson Kressley, Lisa Leslie, Jon Lovitz, Vince Neil, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Kyle Richards, Chael Sonnen, Porsha Williams, Ricky Williams, and Carnie Wilson, who were all previously announced.
“Emerald City” will bow on Friday, Jan. 6 at 9 p.m. for a two-hour special event, though following episodes will run just one hour each.
“Emerald City” is airing after “Grimm” at 8 p.m »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
We knew The New Celebrity Apprentice was going to premiere in January on NBC, and now we have a date. The series, set in Los Angeles with new host Arnold Schwarzenegger reigning over the boardroom, will premiere at 8 Pm Monday, January 2. The new season’s advisers include investment guru Warren Buffett, Los Angeles Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer; supermodel and actress Tyra Banks, CEO of the Tyra Banks Company and cosmetics brand Tyra Beauty… »
In the first look at the new season, Schwarzenegger semi-reprises his “The Terminator” role as the promo pays homage to the iconic science-fiction franchise that made the former “Governator” a household name. His firing phrase is yet to be determined, however.
“Celebrity Apprentice” will feature Laila Ali — daughter of the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali — Warren Buffett, Tyra Banks, Steve Ballmer, Jessica Alba, Boy George, Brooke Burke-Charvet, Eric Dickerson, Matt Iseman, Carrie Keagan, Carson Kressley, Lisa Leslie, Jon Lovitz, Vince Neil, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Kyle Richards, Chael Sonnen, Porsha Williams, Ricky Williams and Carnie Wilson.
Schwarzenegger last reprised his role as The Terminator in 2015’s “Terminator: Genysis” starring Emilia Clarke and Jai Courtney. He has played the T-800 Model 101 in four other Terminator movies — 1984’s “The Terminator,” 1991’s »
- Maria Cavassuto
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