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7 items from 2012


America's Next Top Model 19.09 "The Girls Go to Jamaica" Recap

26 October 2012 8:31 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

America's Next Top Model left off last week with a decision that will have major implications for the rest of cycle 19. One of the eliminated contestants would get a chance to re-enter the competition and make another run at the title, which could go one of two ways. Either the girl that comes back will be on a roll, having won over the social media crowd, and challenge for the top spot, or she would go from being the big fish in a small pond to a guppy in a the Top Model ocean and not live up to the opportunity that she had been afforded. If the right girl managed to get plucked from a near-elimination and dropped back into the competition, there could be trouble for the current favorites.

Guess Who's Back?

For quite a while this cycle on Top Model, Laura has been a major frontrunner, »

- Shilo Adams

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America's Next Top Model Cycle 19: Top 6 Power Rankings

12 October 2012 9:00 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Due to America's Next Top Model going on hiatus this week, making room for The CW to rerun two of its fall pilots, it seems like a good time to take a breath and see where the remaining six models stand in the competition. After going through shoots with cheerleaders, owls, and the walking dead, as well as acting challenges and a runway to save a life, the girls are right on the cusp of go-sees and going international. The goal of becoming America's Next Top Model is within grasp, which may be exciting but could also induce unforced errors that could knock a model out of the competition permanently.

The final six are pretty well-divided into three different categories. There's a decided frontrunner who has the competition on her raquet, there are two models that could provide decent/good competition, and there are three models that are looking more »

- Shilo Adams

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Final Exam Interview with 'Top Model' Cast-Off Destiny Strudwick: "I am more of a Bambi"

18 September 2012 11:18 AM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

Last Friday on America's Next Top Model, Tyra brought the dead to the land of the living by way of a zombie photo shoot. As the model with the most life out of the other zombies, Destiny tearfully made her way out of the competition. Claiming the identity as more of a "Bambi" than a "Barbie," Destiny's unique look will be missed on the show.

From the very beginning, Destiny was very open with America and her fans. We were welcomed into her life as she explained her home situation, dealing with hardships and stressing the urgency of needing the title of America's Next Top Model. So, now that she's been eliminated, what's in store for Destiny?

I was given the chance to ask Destiny some "final exam" questions after seeing her progression on the show. I would like to take this time to thank her for her generous answers. »

- editor@buddytv.com

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America's Next Top Model 19.03 "The Girl Who Wants Out" Recap

7 September 2012 7:37 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

The Top Model makeover episode is still, more often than not, one of the highlights of each cycle. It may not have the same initial trainwreck-y type of fascination to it than it did during the show's heyday, but you can usually count on the episode to produce at least one major breakdown and at least one impressive transformation. Depending on what goes on during the makeover episode, a cycle can be made, undone, and flipped completely upside down, confidence issues and perceived favoritism tending to be the leading culprit. The girls that come out of the makeover the strongest are the ones that take the change of direction in stride and use the different look in order to flex their modeling skills and grow before out very eyes.

Smart Girls Never Quit...or Do They?

Harvard girl Maria decided to do the complete opposite of that. Cycle 19 of Top »

- Shilo Adams

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America's Next Top Model 19.02 "The Girl Who Cries Home" Recap

31 August 2012 7:13 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

America's Next Top Model 19.02 "The Girl Who Cries Home" Recap

Now that we have the top 13 girls picked to live in a house to find out what happens when people stop being polite in hopes of becoming America's Next Top Model, cycle 19 will begin to take shape. Going into the premiere last week, you didn't know what the show would look like after an offseason of turnover and makeover - make no mistake, Top Model will be Top Model come hell or high water, but after 19 cycles, change can be a little scary. Can the show manage to keep its (decidedly distinct) personality while evolving in all the right ways?

The Tyra Suite...and Other Goodies

You thought Top Model had done the most regarding how much change they've implemented? Apparently, they're just getting started, since "The Girl Who Cries Home" began with Tyra explaining that the expanded prizes, new judges, »

- Shilo Adams

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America's Next Top Model 19.01 "The Girl Who Makes the Grade" Recap

24 August 2012 7:27 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

America's Next Top Model 19.01 "The Girl Who Makes the Grade" Recap

Y'all, the casting episode of Top Model has made its triumphant return to the runway.

In recent times, the show had been trying to evolve into Top Model 2.0, a bigger, better, and battier version of itself that tossed out certain elements of formula and replaced them with...chaos and a whole lot of ridiculous. Like, even more than before and that's saying a lot. But following a ratings collapse and viewer revolt once the cycle 17 finale ended in the wonkiest way imaginable, leaving a promising British Invasion cycle on an island by its lonesome, a little bit of old Top Model has returned. Case in point: the resurrection of the casting episode, where Miss Tyra herds a group of ladies together and lets them be silly, talk about one another behind their backs, and ultimately get their stomp on down the catwalk. »

- Shilo Adams

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'America's Next Top Model' College Edition premiere: What did you think of the new season?

24 August 2012 7:20 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"America's Next Top Model" introduced some huge changes for the 19th cycle, the College Edition. What did you think?

The Selection Show

Tyra welcomes 30 semifinalists to a sorority-style house, looking like she just crawled up the beach after being marooned on an island. Seriously, what is going on with her hair? And she brings out the new judges. We miss Nigel, Jay and Miss J already.

After the girls do a walk-off and a photoshoot, they have their interviews with the judges and the reading of the fans' messages is old after one person. That is just not interesting. The girls range from a home-schooled weird girl named Victoria who sounds like Sarah Palin and plays the race card in a very awkward way, to a "Kitty" who likes to meow and looks like Audra McDonald to Kristin, a girl who likes to brawl, is wearing clown-level rouge and thinks »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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