History Series / AmericasNextTopModel

4th Apr '18 3:24:15 PM GeheimnisGoth
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* TokenMinority: Although every cycle has a pretty broad mix of contestants racially, more than half of the cycles feature exactly one plus-sized model. [[note]]Cycles 4, 6, 7, 11, 13, and 15 featured none, Cycle 8 featured two.[[/note]] Additionally, critics have accused Tyra Banks of [[StuntCasting purposely courting controversy]] with her inclusion of an autistic contestant, a possible MailOrderBride and a {{transsexual}}.

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* TokenMinority: Although every cycle has a pretty broad mix of contestants racially, more than half of the cycles feature exactly one plus-sized model. [[note]]Cycles 4, 6, 7, 11, 13, and 15 featured none, Cycle 8 featured two.[[/note]] Additionally, critics have accused Tyra Banks of [[StuntCasting purposely courting controversy]] with her inclusion of an autistic contestant, a possible MailOrderBride and a {{transsexual}}.{{transgender}}.
26th Mar '18 7:45:16 AM Polisi25
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** Cycle 24's Justine Biticon, where despite being the first eliminated, one of her modeling portfolio at the start is by being a front woman for Nike.
18th Mar '18 5:03:10 AM SilverAnicore
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The prizes vary slightly with each cycle, but generally it's a contract with a model management agency (Wilhelmina, IMG, Ford, Elite, LA/NY, NEXT), a cosmetics spread (''Revlon'', ''Sephora'', ''Covergirl'', ''Smashbox''), and a feature in a FashionMagazine (''Marie Claire'', ''Jane'', ''Elle'', ''Seventeen'', ''Vogue'', ''Nylon'').

The American version of the show debuted in 2003 and has run for 22 cycles, including one ''All Stars'' cycle. Previous winners are Adrianne Curry, Yoanna House, Eva Pigford, Naima Mora, Nicole Linkletter, Danielle Evans, [=CariDee=] English, Jaslene Gonzalez, Saleisha Stowers, Whitney Thompson, [=McKey=] Sullivan, Teyona Anderson, Nicole Fox, Krista White, Ann Ward, Brittani Kline, Sophie Summer, Laura James, Jourdan Miller, Keith Carlos, and Creator/NyleDiMarco. Cycle 17, the ''All Stars'' Cycle, was won by Cycle 5 contestant Lisa D'Amato.

Though Cycle 22 was intended to be its last, ''ANTM'' was {{uncanceled}} by Creator/{{VH1}} for a twenty-third cycle to be hosted by Music/RitaOra, as well as feature an entirely new judging panel. Banks has been confirmed to be returning as host for the 24th cycle, with the rest of the panel remaining as it was with Ora.

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The prizes vary slightly with each cycle, but generally it's a contract with a model management agency (Wilhelmina, IMG, Ford, Elite, LA/NY, NEXT), a cosmetics spread (''Revlon'', ''Sephora'', ''Covergirl'', ''Smashbox''), ''Smashbox'', ''Rimmel''), and a feature in a FashionMagazine (''Marie Claire'', ''Jane'', ''Elle'', ''Seventeen'', ''Vogue'', ''Nylon'').

''Nylon'', ''Paper Magazine'').

The American version of the show debuted in 2003 and has run for 22 24 cycles, including one ''All Stars'' cycle. Previous winners are Adrianne Curry, Yoanna House, Eva Pigford, Naima Mora, Nicole Linkletter, Danielle Evans, [=CariDee=] English, Jaslene Gonzalez, Saleisha Stowers, Whitney Thompson, [=McKey=] Sullivan, Teyona Anderson, Nicole Fox, Krista White, Ann Ward, Brittani Kline, Sophie Summer, Laura James, Jourdan Miller, Keith Carlos, Creator/NyleDiMarco, and Creator/NyleDiMarco.India Gants. Cycle 17, the ''All Stars'' Cycle, was won by Cycle 5 contestant Lisa D'Amato.

Though Cycle 22 was intended to be its ''ANTM's'' last, ''ANTM'' it was {{uncanceled}} by Creator/{{VH1}} for a twenty-third cycle Cycle 23 to be hosted by Music/RitaOra, as well as feature an entirely new judging panel. Music/RitaOra. Banks has been confirmed to be returning returned as host for the 24th cycle, with the rest of the panel remaining as it was with Ora.
Cycle 24.
4th Mar '18 11:45:53 AM Erin582
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* NeverMyFault: During photo shoots where the majority of the models end up with a lackluster shot (i.e. Cycle 3's Alter-Egos, Cycle 4's different ethnicities and seven deadly sins, Cycle 5's Superheroes, Cycle 7's Celebrity couples, etc.), it ends up being the fault of the ''inexperienced models'' instead of the art director, Jay Manuel, or whomever was in charge of that particular shoot. Only rarely does the panel blame the latter (as it was the case in the celebrity couples where Tyra expressed annoyance at the inaccuracy of the couples, with the Oprah/Stedman costume gaining the most ire.)
17th Feb '18 7:29:16 PM Malady
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* [[ADeathInTheLimelight An Elimination In The Limelight]]: This is a pretty good way to tell who will be eliminated. If a girl has been [[DemotedToExtra all but ignored and forgotten]] for several episodes and then suddenly an episode starts showing all of her thoughts, and many random ConfessionCam snippets explaining the task of the day come from her... there's a good chance she's a goner. It has started at least as early as Cycle 6 (if not earlier), but has been blatant in almost every episode since Cycle 10. Examples include but are not limited to...

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* [[ADeathInTheLimelight ADeathInTheLimelight: An Elimination In The Limelight]]: Limelight: This is a pretty good way to tell who will be eliminated. If a girl has been [[DemotedToExtra all but ignored and forgotten]] for several episodes and then suddenly an episode starts showing all of her thoughts, and many random ConfessionCam snippets explaining the task of the day come from her... there's a good chance she's a goner. It has started at least as early as Cycle 6 (if not earlier), but has been blatant in almost every episode since Cycle 10. Examples include but are not limited to...



** C10: [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal Atalya, Allison, Amis, Aimee]], Stacey Ann, and Katarzyna.

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** C10: [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal [[LetterMotif Atalya, Allison, Amis, Aimee]], Stacey Ann, and Katarzyna.
19th Nov '17 1:37:27 PM ANTMuddle
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** The 19th cycle would be the last time all contestants were female.

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** The 19th cycle would be the last time all contestants were female.female until the reboot.


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** The 24th season marks the end of age restrictions.
19th Aug '17 9:04:52 AM Toli
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** A particularly egregious example happens in cycle 2.0 two contestants are having a conversation in the guys room with digital clock being shown in both their shots. the clock shows a difference of 2+ hours for both sides of the 'conversation'.
15th Jun '17 8:33:50 AM Piterpicher
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** Cycle 9's Heather Kuzmich, due to having [[AspergersSyndrome Asperger's]] and both making it work, being an overall strong contestant, and barely avoiding the FreudianExcuse, has also received a great deal of notoriety.

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** Cycle 9's Heather Kuzmich, due to having [[AspergersSyndrome [[UsefulNotes/AspergersSyndrome Asperger's]] and both making it work, being an overall strong contestant, and barely avoiding the FreudianExcuse, has also received a great deal of notoriety.
6th Jun '17 12:55:10 PM ANTMuddle
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Though Cycle 22 was intended to be its last, ''ANTM'' was {{uncanceled}} by Creator/{{VH1}} for a twenty-third cycle to be hosted by Music/RitaOra, as well as feature an entirely new judging panel.

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Though Cycle 22 was intended to be its last, ''ANTM'' was {{uncanceled}} by Creator/{{VH1}} for a twenty-third cycle to be hosted by Music/RitaOra, as well as feature an entirely new judging panel.
panel. Banks has been confirmed to be returning as host for the 24th cycle, with the rest of the panel remaining as it was with Ora.
28th May '17 7:39:59 PM arilicious
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* RecapEpisode: every season featured this at some point, either in the middle of the season or right before or after the finale.
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