Tyra needs to get a grip on her choices...

Tyra needs to get a grip on the people she is choosing to share a house. The naked aggression shown by some of the girls towards others is not just intimidating - it's rampant bullying. Is Tyra really telling young women that to threaten, scream at and frighten others is the correct way for a top model to behave? Is she actually looking for a diva? Why are these girls not being taken to task for the way they are behaving towards each other? Frankly I think it's beginning to spoil the show. It's as if successive waves of girls have seen the bad behaviour and the focus from the cameras it gets, and are copying it for the publicity and the attention. Some of the behaviours on show in this most recent show would get you arrested in the street.

Come on Tyra. Start cleaning up your act - or at least the way the girls are acting!

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Mar 26, 2010 11:49PM EDT

I completely agree! She used to come and do those heart-to-hearts with the girls and it always straightened out their attitudes, and I have a feeling the girls are in dire need of one at this point. It used to be that about 2 or 3 girls in the house were either arrogant or "divas", but now over half of them are! I feel like there are only 5 girls truly focused on the competition: Jessica, Raina, Simone, Alexandra, and Tatiana. Other girls have gotten down to business after the first elimination, but it just seems to get worse and worse! I also get frustrated that contestants keep being chosen through processes other than actual try-outs. I liked Rin, but there have been other s in the past that were recruited in a mall or found in the audience on Tyra's show. They're mostly good and dedicated models, but the obviously don't want it as much as some people if they didn't try out in the first place. It seems like there were several good choices in the final 30 (correct number?) that should have become finalists instead of someone who didn't even have to interview....

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Apr 19, 2010 5:12AM EDT

I just find it offensive to watch - I would hate to think my daughter was being subjected to that sort of appalling behaviour and forced to live in a situation that I think quite honestly, is just a heartbeat away from violence at some times. If you were subjected to that behaviour in the workplace, you would have grounds for a constructive dismissal or health related law suit, but these girls are just using it as a way to intimidate and to get rid of competition. It's becoming a farce. Tyra needs to start looking for young women who will represent her and the competition better when they get into the real world.

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