America’s Next Top Model lets students shine in the spotlight
Beauty and brains make a great package, so it’s no surprise that the producers of America’s Next Top Model went on a hunt to seek the country’s tallest and most educated talent.
The women of America’s Next Top Model: College Edition have been chosen from different colleges and universities in the U.S., including Florida State, Louisiana State and even the University of Texas at Austin, to bring the most exotic and educated faces to the show.
Each new season of America’s Next Top Model has brought women of all different walks of life together to compete for one spot. This season, women from different universities and colleges are setting their books to the side and trading them in for heels.
The women are bringing their fierce competiveness in order to claim the title of America’s Next Top Model in addition to a modeling contract with L.A. Models.
The producers have also added a little diversity into the show by selecting supermodel/boxer Rob Evans as a judge, actor/comedian Tyler Perry and R&B singer Alicia Keys as guest judges.
But they won’t be the only ones weighing their opinion in this season. To include the viewers, some fans’ comments posted to the show’s social media sites will be read back to the women by Bryanboy, a top fashion blogger.
With all of the new enhancements to the show, viewers are in for another season of fashion-filled madness.
Leila Goldkuhl, a contestant who fans considered a front-runner but was eliminated, spoke with Reality Wanted about how her life has changed since the show.
“It’s actually not all that different,” she said. “There are people who recognize me. Word gets around a little bit, but for the most part, I tend to just float under the radar, focus on my studies and definitely modeling.”
In addition to high heels and fashion, ANTM can get a little catty as well. This is something that fans definitely seem to be drawn to.
“The drama should be as high as the fashion, and I’m excited to see if the challenges the girls will face in ANTM cycle 19 will be amped up,” wrote an excited fan on Gabblemouth about the upcoming season.
Fans seem to be pumped about all that’s to come of the college edition season.
“I am more than looking forward to the new season of ANTM,” said a fan on the show’s Facebook page.
If you are a fan and want to weigh in your opinion for each episode log onto http://www.facebook.com/ANTM, and your comment just might be aired.
For those who are dying to find out what this 19th season is all about, tune into the CW channel on Friday nights at 8/7 central to join the hype.