Americas Next Top Model
"America's Next Top Model's" Creative Director Jay Manuel Said He Was Left "Horrified" And "So Uncomfortable" By The Controversial Race Swap Photoshoot That Has Resurfaced Online
"There are so many layers to this, and all of them are insane."
A Ranking Of Bizarre "America's Next Top Model" Runway Challenges, From Tame(ish) To Absolutely Absurd
Nothing screams "high fashion" like cockroaches and Silly String.
There was no shortage of shocking moments on TV in the early aughts.
Reality Show Contestants Are Speaking Out About The Real Effects Being On TV Had On Their Mental Health
Reality TV can look like fun, but isolation and high pressure situations can make the experience unforgettable for the wrong reasons.
“When I was hired to do ANTM, Tyra [Banks] hired me to be like a female Simon Cowell, to be feeding, in negative fashion, things about the girls."
Recent stories about models’ experiences on the series are causing people to reconsider the reality show’s legacy.
Former "America's Next Top Model" Contestant Angelea Preston Opened Up About Her Disqualification From Cycle 17 And The Abuse She Faced While Working As An Escort
"Someone higher up did know what was going on with me, and did nothing.”
Whether you like reality TV or not, there is no doubt that you've seen or heard of these iconic women.
These shows had god-tier camerapeople and we applaud their service.
From Too Hot to Handle to Armani runways to Vogue Italia to Real Housewives of Atlanta to Playboy, oh my!
I know you wanna be on top!
“I’m not saying that everything he did was correct, but I could also just see my dad in him.”
"Tyra was emotionally tormenting women and sliding them $40 a day????? FOUR-TEE ??????"
I don't think ANYONE wants to be on top now.
Maybe it's time to end shows where marriage is the prize. 🤷
Anyone who asks to use their phone on the set of The Masked Singer is forced to wear a "shame sash."
Keeping it ✨real✨.
"Why is this so creepy but cute at the same time."
For years, ANTM fostered the kind of complex conversations about race, gender, and sexuality that are finally happening more widely in mainstream American TV and culture — even as the newest version of the show might leave them behind.