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America's Next Top Model (cycle 14)

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America's Next Top Model (cycle 14)
ANTM Cycle14.jpg
Cycle 14 cast
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 11[Note 1]
Release
Original network The CW
Original release

March 10 (2010-03-10) – May 19, 2010 (2010-05-19)

Additional information
Judges
No. of contestants 13
Winner Krista White
All-stars Angelea Preston
Cycle chronology
← Previous
Cycle 13
Next →
Cycle 15
Season summary

The fourteenth cycle of America's Next Top Model premiered on March 10, 2010, and is the eighth season to be aired on The CW. The cycle's catch phrase is "Work It Out". The promotional songs are "Watch Me Move" by Fefe Dobson and "Go Getta" by Stella Mwangi.

The prizes for this cycle were:

J. Alexander was removed from his post as a judge, but still remained as the runway coach. He was replaced by Vogue editor André Leon Talley. The international destinations during this cycle were Auckland and Queenstown, New Zealand.

The winner was 24-year-old Krista White from Pine Bluff, Arkansas.[1]

Season summary

A new rule this cycle enabled the girl called first at the judging panel every week to not only have her picture (or commercial) displayed as digital art in the models' house for the rest of the week however that same girl would also receive the prize of the following week's reward challenge, regardless of their performance at the actual challenge. If the same girl won the challenge, she was able to pick others to join her on the reward, or received additional prizes along with her challenge win.

Top Models in Action was replaced with Top Model Lounge featuring Bianca Golden from Cycle 9 and Laura Kirkpatrick from the petite cycle offering commentary about each week's episode. These same two contestants later returned a year and a half later for the All Stars cycle along with this cycle's Angelea Preston and eleven other returning non-winning contestants.

This cycle returned to featuring girls within the standard heights of the modeling industry (5 ft 7 in and taller), unlike the previous cycle (5 ft 7 in and under). In addition, cycle 14 took place in New York City, having been set in Los Angeles for cycle 13.

Contestants

(ages stated are at start of contest)[2]

Contestant Age Height Hometown Finish Place
Gabrielle Kniery 18 5 ft 7.5 in (1.71 m) St. Louis, Missouri Episode 2 13
Naduah Rugely 22 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) San Diego, California 12
Ren Vokes 22 N/A Dallas, Texas Episode 3 11
Simone Lewis 19 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Lenexa, Kansas Episode 4 10
Tatianna Kern 21 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Ewa Beach, Hawaii Episode 5 9
Brenda Arens 23 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Houston, Texas Episode 6 8
Anslee Payne-Franklin 23 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Dacula, Georgia Episode 7 7
Alasia Ballard 18 5 ft 9.75 in (1.77 m) Marietta, Georgia Episode 8 6
Jessica Serfaty 18 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Conway, Arkansas Episode 9 5
Angelea Preston 23 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Buffalo, New York Episode 10 4–3
Alexandra Underwood 21 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Kerrville, Texas
Raina Hein 22 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Minnetonka, Minnesota Episode 11 2
Krista White 24 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Pine Bluff, Arkansas 1

Episodes

Be My Friend, Tyra!

First aired March 10, 2010

Dreckitude!

First aired March 17, 2010

  • Featured photographer: Jonathan Mannion
  • Special guests: Joanna Konjevod, Sally Hershberger, Vincent Oquendo, Ryan Taniguchi, Stephanie Larosiliere
  • Featured photographer: Brian Edwards
  • Special guest: Rachel Roy

Let's Dance

First aired March 24, 2010

  • Featured photographer: Cade Martin
  • Special guests: Toccara Jones, Sean Patterson, Melissa Payner, Camila Hori, Jacqueline Wahba, Urbi Medley, Troy Powell, Ryan Taniguchi, Vincent Oquendo, Stephanie Larosiliere

America's Next Top Vampire

First aired March 31, 2010

  • Featured photographer: Sarah Silver
  • Special guests: Dania Ramirez, JB Smoove, Sally Hershberger, CJ Richards, Rodney Groves, Eric Orlando, Frances Hathaway

Smile and Pose

First aired April 7, 2010

New York Women

First aired April 14, 2010

Big Hair Day

First aired April 21, 2010

  • Featured photographer: Jerry Metellus
  • Special guests: Whitney Port, Pat Cleveland, Weaven Steven, Derek J, Vincent Oquendo

Welcome to New Zealand

First aired April 28, 2010

  • Featured photographer: Nigel Barker
  • Special guests: Sara Tetro, Colin Mathura-Jeffree, Anjali Stewart, Emma Stuart, Mark Burton, Kate Sylvester, Cybelle Wiren, Rachel Easting, Annah Stretton, Ryan Taniguchi, Vincent Oquendo, Joanna Konjevod

Hobbits vs. Models

First aired May 5, 2010

  • Featured photographer: Guy Coombes, Tyra Banks
  • Special guests: Sarah McLeod, Vincent Oquendo, Joanna Konjevod, Ryan Taniguchi

Ugly-Pretty Woman

First aired May 12, 2010

  • Featured photographer: Monty Adams
  • Special guests: Ryan Taniguichi, Vincent Oquendo, Joanna Konjevod

America's Next Top Model Is...

First aired May 12, 2010

  • Featured photographers: Tony Drayton, Nigel Barker
  • Featured commercial director: Jonathan Mannion
  • Special guests: Nicole Fox, Vincent Oquendo, Ryan Taniguchi

Chubby Bunny

First aired May 19, 2010

Summaries

Call-out order

Order Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 Naduah Jessica Raina Alasia Alasia Jessica Angelea Krista Krista Krista Krista Krista
2 Jessica Angelea Krista Angelea Raina Angelea Krista Angelea Alexandra Alexandra Raina Raina
3 Simone Ren Anslee Jessica Tatianna Krista Raina Raina Raina Angelea Alexandra
Angelea
4 Raina Brenda Tatianna Alexandra Brenda Alasia Alexandra Jessica Angelea Raina
5 Tatianna Simone Simone Krista Alexandra Anslee Anslee Alasia Jessica Jessica
6 Alexandra Tatianna Alexandra Raina Angelea Brenda Jessica Alexandra Alasia
7 Krista Anslee Angelea Tatianna Jessica Raina Alasia Anslee
8 Brenda Raina Alasia Simone Krista Alexandra Brenda
9 Alasia Naduah Brenda Anslee Anslee Tatianna
10 Anslee Alexandra Jessica Brenda Simone
11 Gabrielle Krista Ren Ren
12 Angelea Alasia Naduah
13 Gabrielle
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant won the competition
  • In episode 1, the group of 20 semi-finalists was reduced to 12. Ren was scouted at a separate audition and added to the cast afterwards.
  • Episode 12 was the recap episode.

Photo Shoot Guide

  • Episode 1 photo shoot: Embodying famous models
  • Episode 2 photo shoot: Nude with Custo Barcelona items
  • Episode 2 photo shoot: Perfume beauty shots with New York City skyline
  • Episode 3 photo shoot: Dance genres
  • Episode 4 photo shoot: Vampires in a bloody bathtub
  • Episode 5 photo shoot: Faux fashion on Canal Street
  • Episode 6 photo shoot: CoverGirl Smoky Shadow Blast portraying New York women on a moving train
  • Episode 7 photo shoot: Posing with hair dresses
  • Episode 8 photo shoot: Posing in couture gowns with a sheep on a mountain
  • Episode 9 photo shoot: Beauty shots with shadows
  • Episode 10 photo shoot: Era-descent couture
  • Episode 11 photo shoot and commercial: CoverGirl Blast collection, Seventeen Magazine cover

Makeovers

  • Alasia – Voluminous clip-in extensions
  • AlexandraGisele Bündchen inspired blonde highlights
  • Angelea – Copper blonde straight weave with bangs
  • Anslee – Cut short and dyed blonde
  • Brenda – Shaggy, shorter red hair, later; shaved on the sides
  • Gabrielle – Honey blonde waves
  • Jessica – Dyed chocolate brown and straightened
  • Krista – Sleeked back and high pony
  • Naduah – Eyebrows bleached
  • Raina – Dyed dark brown
  • Ren – Shag cut
  • SimoneCassie Ventura inspired shaved on one side
  • Tatianna – Blonder, more voluminous, and highlights

Post-Top Model careers

  • Brenda Arens is currently signed with Page.713 in Houston, Page Parkes Agency and Campbell Agency.[3] Since the show, she has taken a few test shots, appeared in Seventeen Magazine, and has modeled for Rachel Roy.[4] She used to be signed with the Campbell's Soup in Dallas and Flash Model Management in Milan.
  • Alasia Ballard has done a wedding gown test shoot, been featured in Delux Magazine and is currently signed to Holmes Lewis Models.
  • Raina Hein is currently signed with Wilhelmina Models in Miami, Major Models in Paris, PhotoGenics in Los Angeles, LOOK Model Agency in San Francisco, Moore Creative Talent in Minneapolis,[5] Ignite Models in Dallas,[6] and Wehmann Models & Talent in Minneapolis.[7] Since the show, she has taken various test shots, booked a campaign for Symphony Retailers in Dubai, appeared in Seventeen Magazine, Metro Magazine, Grazia Magazine, and appeared in Arabia's and Hong Kong's Harper's Bazaar.[8] She walked in Dubai Fashion Week for Vera Wang. She also became the face of Furne One perfume for Bench and modeled with the collection in the Philippines. She has also done a campaign in The NeuHair and had a cover on the SU magazine 2013 issue. She is also a star in an independent feature film To Say Goodbye.[9]
  • Tatianna Kern has modeled for Marlowe Holt.
  • Gabrielle Kniery is currently signed with Fenton Moon Models in New York City and Centro Models[10] and has modeled for KAS couture, Alive magazine, Do You Social Magazine, Gegi Designs, Scholarshop clothing, Delux Magazine and ID models. She also modeled for Remrod and Tuan Lee Photography. She also appeared as a pageant contestant in the music video for "Pretty Hurts" by Beyonce
  • Simone Lewis is currently signed with Exposure Model and Talent Agency and has taken a few test shots. Since the show, she has modeled for Bluefly and Gegi Designs.[11]
  • Anslee Payne-Franklin has modeled for Freeze Frame Studios and has done some test shots.
  • Angelea Preston has taken a few test shots. She has walked in New York Fashion Week for the Sachika twins and Richie Rich. She has starred in a commercial for Keratin Earth. Angelea has also been on the cover of Fashionista magazine. She is currently signed with Colby Models in New York City.[12] Additionally, she participated on America's Next Top Model: All Stars, among other past competitors, and was disqualified for unspecified reasons.[13][14] Angelea has confirmed via Twitter that she is pregnant and has married.
  • Naduah Rugely has done a variety of test shots, print ads, and runway.[15]
  • Jessica Serfaty is currently signed with NEXT Model Management in Los Angeles and New York, Abrams Artists Agency in Los Angeles, Wunder Management [16] and MDI Model Management in Korea. Since the show, she has appeared in Seventeen Magazine, booked a campaign with Papaya clothing and has been mainly focused on acting. She has appeared in commercials for McDonald's, Doritos, Toyota and more. She's been busy going to auditions for TV shows, movies and commercials.[17] She can be seen in the music video "Justify Sex" by Dan Balan[18] and "Highway Don't Care" by Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift.
  • Alexandra Underwood is currently signed with Wilhelmina Models in New York City[19] and Models 1 in London.[20] Since the show, she has taken a few test shots, and appeared on the cover of Plus Sized Magazine. She has walked in New York Fashion Week for the Sachika Twins.[21]
  • Ren Vokes has taken a few test shots. Since the show, she has modeled for Odyline and The Hundreds.[22] She used to be signed with the Kim Dawson Agency in Dallas.
  • Krista White has collected all her prizes and is currently signed with Wilhelmina Models in New York City.[23] Since the show, she has taken a few test shots, she has appeared on the cover and had a spread in Seventeen Magazine, had a cover of FantasticMag, and a spread in Fiasco Magazine, and she has booked a back-to-school campaign for Max Rave.[24] Krista has walked for several designers like Nicole Miller and Huffer in New Zealand Fashion Week as part of her prize for winning a runway challenge while on a plane in New Zealand. Krista has also modeled for top designer Betsey Johnson and friend Sergio Guadarramo's collection "Celestino Collection".[25] In 2011, she walked the runway for BET's Rip The Runway.

Cast members

  • J. Alexander – runway coach
  • Jay Manuel – photo shoot director

Notes

  1. ^ When first shown in the United States, Casting Week, weeks 1 and 2 were shown as a separate 90-minute two episodes. In other countries, these competing weeks were aired separately in first three episodes (e.g., Casting Week shown in one hour episode) before airing to its original one-hour episode aired in the United States.

References

  1. ^ "America's Next Top Model – Cast – Krista". Cwtv.com. Retrieved October 13, 2010. 
  2. ^ "America's Next Top Model – Cycle 14 – Cast". April 5, 2010. Archived from the original on April 5, 2010. Retrieved April 21, 2016. 
  3. ^ "Brenda – Page.713 (Houston)". 
  4. ^ "Brenda – Post Show Work @ All-ANTM (Login Required)". 
  5. ^ "Raina – Wilhelmina Models (Miami) (Login Required)". 
  6. ^ "Raina – Ignite Models (Dallas) (Login Required)". 
  7. ^ "Raina – Wehmann Models & Talent (Minneapolis)". 
  8. ^ "Raina – Post Show Work @ All-ANTM (Login Required)". 
  9. ^ "Raina Ellison (Hein) (@rainmonsterr) • Instagram photos and videos". 
  10. ^ "CENTRO Models". 
  11. ^ "Simone – Post Show Work @ All-ANTM (Login Required)". 
  12. ^ "Angelea – Post Show Work @ All-ANTM (Login Required)". 
  13. ^ Ward, Kate (May 12, 2011). "'Top Model All-Stars' cast reported: Lisa D'Amato, Isis King in; Jade out". Entertainment Weekly. Archived from the original on June 24, 2011. Retrieved May 15, 2011. 
  14. ^ "Angelea Preston Disqualified from America's Next Top Model". Trendrabbit.com. 
  15. ^ "Naduah – Post Show Work @ All-ANTM (Login Required)". 
  16. ^ Jessica Serfaty – Wunder Management Archived March 27, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
  17. ^ "Jessica – Post Show Work @ All-ANTM (Login Required)". 
  18. ^ Says, jessica (January 16, 2011). "Jessica Serfaty in Dan Balan’s “Justify Sex” Music Video (Oct 2010)". 
  19. ^ "Alexandra – Wilhelmina Models (New York) (Login Required)". 
  20. ^ "Page not found". Archived from the original on March 22, 2012. 
  21. ^ "Alexandra – Post Show Work @ All-ANTM (Login Required)". 
  22. ^ "Ren – Post Show Work @ All-ANTM (Login Required)". 
  23. ^ "Krista – Wilhelmina Models (New York City) (Login Required)". 
  24. ^ "download-tvshows.com". 
  25. ^ "The Goods". www.statesman.com. August 23, 2010. Retrieved August 11, 2014. 

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