Two Guys, a Girl and a TV Set

Three college friends out in the world, filling the void with television…and loving it.

Cycle 15 Goes Vogue: ANTM (S15: E1)

Posted by CJ Cregg on September 8, 2010

Going Vogue

So, America’s Next Top Model is a fabulous (read: awesomely bad) show.  Catfights, fashion, falling off runways…what more could you ask for?  Oh yes, a top model.  ANTM has not actually produced a top model in its years on the air.  Few have gotten more national attention than the one CoverGirl ad they were promised.   And no winner has become a celebrity highly sought after for campaigns and runway shows.

This time, Tyra is going to (try to) change that.  This cycle’s winner will win a cover of Italian Vogue and get to work with some real designers and photographers along the way.  Can Tyra actually produce a top model?  We’ll find out.

So the first episode is always boring.  But we already know Kacey is a backstabbing jerk, Emily is racist, and Vanessa (from Lakeville, MN–neighboring towns to my home town) is a self described “rich bitch.”  Other than that, most of these girls just screech so high only a dog can hear them when they meet Tyra for their casting appointments.  Ann, who is insanely plain looking, is also 6’2″ and TOO TALL for most modeling agencies.  These girls are skinnier than usual, methinks.

32 wannabes are whittled down to 20.  Among those cut are Vanessa and Emily.  Shocker.  The remaining 20 get to hobnob with designer Cynthia Rowley.

And then our 20 are whittled down to 14.  Not that these names mean anything yet.  But for the record here they are.

Anamaria

Kendal

Rhianna

Chris

Jane

Chelsey

Liz

Sarah

Lexie

Esther

(some people I didn’t catch cuz I had to answer the door)

Ann

Terra

Next week I’ll drop my predictions and do a real episode recap where I truly make fun of the models.  For the time being, I’m going to concentrate on the new premieres.

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