Well, that was weird. It was only a matter of time before Eboni and her "30 Never" pigtails were yanked from America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, but Alisha’s extreme sobfest breakdown and decision to quit — after being told she was safe — was a surprise. S more
It's final five time! The episode kicks off with Laura yelling ecstatically about her best photo from last week, and what a good week to get best photo it is! She's the first to get a "singular" bribe I MEAN PRIZE, instead of a group gift for all her hard more
Ooh, so that happened.
Top Model, dare I say it, surprised me once again in cycle 18 with how the elimination played out. After nearly a decade on the air (think about that for a second), you'd think that the show had pulled out every trick in the book more
Bless her, she was always delicate. Remember when Queen Catherine cried in front of the judges and The Sexy Nigel Barker called her "a wretched mess"? She cried again on America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, Episode 9: "Barney Cheng." She was asked to channe more
The girls come home from last week's panel, where Seymone was eliminated
for being a whiner, and Alisha rightfully relishes her gorgeous Hello,
Kitty photo up on the Positive Reinforcement Screen. But of course, once
they're home, it doesn't take lo more
Can we talk about how Laura is just the worst?
All cycle long, I rode Kyle for how vacant her modeling was and the obnoxious praise she got for being a pretty typical Midwestern white girl, but Laura, that little devil, snuck past me. Of course, she ha more
It’s hard to watch America's Next Top Model in the same light after last week’s Male Model Massacre — but the smize must go on! As Kelly Cutrone put it on Cycle 18, Episode 8: “Georgina Chapman,” “It's not the end of the world, it's only fashion." Yes, w more
I'd be exhibiting the TV recapper's form of tunnel vision if I didn't address the "big" Top Model news of the week: That, shockingly to us but apparently not so much to them, after this cycle Nigel Barker, Jay Manuel and Miss J will no longer be a part of more