'America's Next Top Model: College Edition' Preview: New Judges, New Theme, Same Tyra

When it comes to reality shows, it seems you can teach old dogs new tricks. (Not that you should. But you CAN.) America's Next Top Model debuts its 19th cycle on August 24, and the brain that brought us important cultural vernacular like "smize," "H to T" and "tooch" isn't out of new ideas just yet. Tyra's been hard at work cleaning house and instituting an amazing amount of changes to her ancient modeling competition show. Including her biggest change to date: An online fan voting system that revealed every single photo from the cycle before the show even premiered. Huh? More on that below. Here's what else you can expect when cycle 19 hits the CW:

'America's Next Top Model: College Edition': See All the Photos of Cycle 19 (Seriously!)

America's Next Top Model premieres on Friday, August 24, but thanks to Tyra's latest online voting campaign, you can see all the final photos from cycle 19's eleven photo shoots -- including this season's international destination -- right here, right now. All the models participated in each photo shoot, so there are no elimination spoilers here ... unless you think you can tell which girls clearly aren't at the top of the class. Meet each model here , then check out their photo shoots below!

ANTM Cycle 19 Preview: A First Look at College Edition (VIDEO)

America's Next Top Model is back on August 19 with the newly revamped Cycle 19. We have a new time (Fridays at 8 p.m. ET/PT), new judges, a new voting system, and an all new gimmick: This season is "College Edition," starring only college students. Get a first look at the new models in action in this preview for the season below.

America's Next Top Model Reveals Celeb Mentors for New Season

Tyra Banks is taking America's Next Top Model back to school. The 19th cycle of the hit reality competition, which premieres Friday, Aug. 24 on The CW, marks the show's first-ever College Edition. In true supermodel fashion, Banks will be accompanied by some famous guests — Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys will be a mentor to the aspiring models in one episode, and Tyler Perry will also make an appearance.

'America's Next Top Model': Meet the 'College Edition' contestants

Women from schools ranging from a cosmetics institute to Harvard Divinity School will be competing on "America's Next Top Model" this season.The "College Edition" of The CW's long-running reality show debuts Aug. 24, and it will feature new judges (Kelly Cutrone and Rob Evans), a new creative consultant (Johnny Wujek) and fan voting that will help determine who stays and who goes each week. And given the college theme, probably at least one photo shoot set in a library and Tyra Banks wearing glasses a lot.Here are the contestants: Allyssa, 20 Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Occupation: Student Last school or college: Florida State University Height: 5'10 1/2" Brittany, 18 Hometown: Gilbert, Ariz. Occupation: Student Last school or college: Chandler-Gilbert Community College/Disney College Program Height: 5'10" Darian, 22 Hometown: Baton Rouge, La. Occupation: Student Last school or college: Louisiana State University Height: 5'9" Destiny, 18 Hometown: Columbus, Ohio Occupation: Cashier Last school or college: Aveda Institute...

ANTM Cycle 19 Hires a “Movement Mentor,” Explains How Voting Makes a Difference

As if there weren’t already enough changes being made to America's Next Top Model for the upcoming Cycle 19: College Edition, The CW has announced the addition of a new mentor, and released a bit more clarifying information on how viewers’ votes at home will make a difference. Beginning in May, anyone can visit The CW’s ANTM voting site to see the latest photo shoot featuring all 12 of the modelstants who will appear on Cycle 19. Click here to view the latest crop of...

ANTM Cycle 18’s Laura Lafrate: “Sex Is a Big Thing In Life” - Exclusive

On America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, the top American girl was Laura Lafrate, who came in as runner-up to Brit Sophie Sumner. Tyra Banks branded her Zig Zag, for her wild “pirate” personality, and her platinum blonde makeover certainly caught the judges’ attention. Laura talked to Wetpaint Entertainment in an exclusive interview, where she addressed the criticism that she was “too sexual,” promises that she’s not a demon, and confesses her serious...

America's Next Top Model: Listen to a Preview of the Winner's Single

The past couple of Top Model cycles have incorporated music much more than in previous years. Sure, you had a "video girl" challenge now and then, as well as The Great Shake Ya Body Debacle of 2004, but it always felt more tangential than something truly important in the cycle. With the music video challenge becoming a Top Model  staple, having been included in two cycles running, it was only a matter of time before a single was to be released. Cycle 18 champion  Sophie Sumner received, among other things in her ginormous prize pack, a record contract for a single with CBS. On the same night of her victory of American spitfire Laura LaFrate, the single has made its debut. It's a bubbly, 80s drenched piece of dance-pop that's honestly a pretty cute song, especially when accompanied by the highlight reel that The CW made for the song's preview below.

Who Won America's Next Top Model Cycle 18: British Invasion?

America's Next Top Model Cycle 18 came down to a battle of blondes from different sides of the pond on Cycle 18, Episode 13: “Season Finale.” Did sexy Laura keep the prize in the hands of an American, or did Sophie manage to steal it away for the Brits? Read spoilers at your own risk! For more on Wetpaint Entertainment's philosophy on spoilers, click here.  The winner is Sophie! It was a close race, but in the end the adorable Sophie won the day. What do you think of...

ANTM Cycle 18 Winner Announced: Did the Right Girl Win?

America's Next Top Model Cycle 18 came down to two very different models. They're both blonde (well, and pink), but American Laura is sexy and sultry, whereas British Sophie is wide-eyed and elegant. By Cycle 18, Episode 13: “Season Finale” most fans had already picked a side, and both girls had plenty of supporters. So were you thrilled when Sophie took home the prize, or were you rooting for Laura? Vote in our poll and sound off in the comments below.