Wednesday, October 14, 2015

'America's Next Top Model' Canceled After 12 Years

After 12 years and 22 cycles (and drama!), “America’s Next Top Model” is bidding TV screens adieu. The show, which is hosted and produced by supermodel Tyra Banks, will air its series finale on December 4. “‘America’s Next Top Model’ was a successful franchise for two networks, first at UPN and then The CW, and it became not just a ratings hit, but a global pop culture phenomenon,” Mark Pedowitz, president of The CW, said in a statement. Tyra took to Instagram to thank the fans who had followed the show. “Our diehard fans know we’ve expanded the definition of beauty, presented what Flawsome is, tooched and booched and boom boom boomed, shown the world how to show their neck, rocked couture/catalogue/commercial poses, have found our (and your) light, strutted countless runways, gone on tons of go-sees, added guys to the girls mix, and have traveled around the globe and back again,” she wrote. “I am SO proud of what Top Model has done.”
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