America's Next Top Model (season 3)

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America's Next Top Model (season 3)
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Cycle 3 cast
Judges
No. of contestants14
WinnerEva Pigford
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes13
Release
Original networkUPN
Original releaseSeptember 22 (2004-09-22) –
December 15, 2004 (2004-12-15)
Season chronology
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List of America's Next Top Model episodes

The third cycle of America's Next Top Model debuted on September 22, 2004, and was hosted by model Tyra Banks. It was the first cycle to gain partnership with cosmetics magnate CoverGirl and ran weekly commercials during the show named Beauty Tip of the Week with Jay Manuel and Elsa Benítez as well as the CoverGirl of the Week contest.[citation needed] Also the cast was increased to 14 contestants. The season's catchphrase was "Beauty In Progress."

The prizes for this cycle were:

The following prizes had been removed:

The international destinations during this cycle were Montego Bay, Jamaica (for one episode), and Tokyo, Japan, the show's first visit in Asia and across the International Date Line.

The winner was 19-year-old Eva Pigford from Los Angeles, California.

Contestants[edit]

(ages stated are at start of contest)

Contestant[1] Age Height Hometown Finish Place
Magdalena Rivas[2] 24 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Worcester, Massachusetts Episode 2 14
Leah Darrow[3] 24 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 13
Julie Titus[4] 19 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Kent, Washington Episode 3 12
Kristi Grommet[5] 20 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) St. Louis, Missouri Episode 4 11
Jennipher Frost[6] 22 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Pocatello, Idaho Episode 5 10
Kelle Jacob[7] 20 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) New York, New York Episode 6 9
Cassie Grisham[8] 19 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Norman, Oklahoma Episode 7 8
Toccara Jones[9] 22 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Dayton, Ohio Episode 8 7
Nicole Borud[10] 21 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Minot, North Dakota Episode 9 6
Norelle Van Herk[11] 19 5 ft 10.5 in (1.79 m) Newport Beach, California Episode 11 5
Ann Markley[12] 21 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Erie, Pennsylvania Episode 12 4
Amanda Swafford[13] 25 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Hendersonville, North Carolina Episode 13 3
Yaya DaCosta[14] 21 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Harlem, New York 2
Eva Pigford[15] 19 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) Los Angeles, California 1

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date
211"The Girl With the Secret"September 22, 2004 (2004-09-22)
The series began with thirty-four semi-finalists' interviews with Tyra Banks, J. Alexander, and Jay Manuel. The first episode concludes with the selection of the top 14.
222"The Girl Who is Codependent"September 29, 2004 (2004-09-29)

The fourteen finalists were flown to Montego Bay for their first photo shoot, in which they modeled bikinis on a coral reef. Magdalena became the first finalist eliminated from the competition the day after the photo shoot, and the judging session saw Yaya, Kristi, and Toccara gave the best photos while Leah become the second finalist eliminated.

  • Featured photographer: Nick Cardallicio
  • Special guests: J. Alexander, Michelle Mock, Douglas Barcellos, Mathu Anderson, and Danilo
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Yaya DaCosta
233"The Girl Everyone Thinks is a Backstabber"October 6, 2004 (2004-10-06)

The twelve remaining finalists received makeovers. The week's challenge was in makeup and was won by Norelle. For the week's photo shoot, the finalists shot a campaign for Nivea. The judging session saw Amanda, Nicole, Yaya, and Toccara gave the best photos while Julie become the third finalist eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Troy Ward
  • Special guests: Kiara Kabukuru, Anthony Palermo, Leonard Zagami, Debra Jaliman M.D., Dr. Zarabi, and Danilo
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Yaya DaCosta
244"The Girl Who Sets a Trap"October 13, 2004 (2004-10-13)

For the week's challenge, the eleven remaining finalists walked in a fashion show for Heatherette, with Eva being chosen as the challenge winner. The photo shoot was a campaign for Lee Jeans, in which the models shot together in one group. The judging session saw Ann, Nicole, Norelle, and Toccara gave the best photos while Kristi become the fourth finalist eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Hyungwan Roo
  • Special guests: J. Alexander, Yoanna House, Danilo, Richie Rich, and Heatherette
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Yaya DaCosta
255"The Girl Who Cries When She Looks in the Mirror"October 20, 2004 (2004-10-20)

For the week's challenge, the ten remaining finalists posed as mannequins in a La Perla store window. The challenge winner was Kelle. The photo shoot was a campaign for Dooney & Bourke purses. The judging session saw Amanda, Yaya, and Nicole gave the best photos while Jennipher become the fifth finalist eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Matthew Jordan Smith
  • Special guests: Simon Doonan, Savvas, and Lanny Ward
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Toccara Jones
266"The Girl Who Mutilated the Precious Brownies"October 27, 2004 (2004-10-27)

For the week's challenge, the nine remaining finalists climbed fourteen flights of stairs, doing a photo shoot at the top. The challenge winner was Yaya. The photo shoot was a campaign for YJ Stinger energy drinks. The judging session saw Nicole, Amanda, and Eva gave the best photos while Kelle become the sixth finalist eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Sascha Pflaeging and Che Graham
  • Special guests: Joy Bauer, Captain Leif Wade, and Kate Dillon Levin
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Toccara Jones
277"The Girl Who Forgot Her Shoes"November 3, 2004 (2004-11-03)

For the week's challenge, the eight remaining finalists attended go-sees. The challenge winner was Yaya. For the photo shoot, the models portrayed alter egos. The judging session saw Eva, Ann, and Norelle gave the best photos while Cassie become the seventh finalist eliminated from the competition.

288"The Girl Who is Panic-Stricken"November 10, 2004 (2004-11-10)

For the week's challenge, the seven remaining finalists gave interviews on a red carpet. The challenge winner was Yaya. For the photo shoot, the finalists had beauty shots taken wearing Verragio diamonds and posing with a live tarantula. The judging session saw Yaya, Eva, and Nicole gave the best photos while Toccara become the eighth finalist eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Bill Diodato
  • Special guests: Paul Wilmot, Hampton Carney, Sarah Pyper, and Rebecca Weinberg
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Toccara Jones
299"The Girl Meets Taye Diggs"November 17, 2004 (2004-11-17)

The six remaining finalists had an acting challenge with Taye Diggs. The challenge winner was Yaya. The finalists were flown to Tokyo, where they shot a Campbell's soup commercial speaking Japanese. During the judging session, the girls were set a test in which they had to read a commercial and eat umeboshi. Ann gave the best commercial, while Nicole become the ninth finalist eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured commercial director: Zente Yoshie
  • Special guests: Taye Diggs, Sande Shurin, and Toko Niwa
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Eva Pigford
3010"The Girl Who Goes Ballistic"November 24, 2004 (2004-11-24)

This episode was an overview of the past nine episodes of the cycle which featured previously unseen footage.

  • CoverGirl of the Week: Eva Pigford
3111"The Girl the Lionesses are Hunting"December 1, 2004 (2004-12-01)

For the week's challenge, the five remaining finalists learned and then were tested on their knowledge about the Tea Ceremony. The challenge winner was Yaya. The photo shoot was a campaign for T-Mobile; the models posed as geishas in kimonos. The judging session saw Eva and Amanda gave the best photos, while Norelle become the tenth model eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Amiko
  • Special guests: Toko Niwa, Kuineo Koike, Yoko Takahashi, and Kyoko Higa
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Eva Pigford
3212"The Girl Who Didn't Hug Goodbye"December 8, 2004 (2004-12-08)

For the week's challenge, the four remaining finalists attended go-sees. The challenge winner was Eva. For the photo shoot, the finalists modeled an anime-inspired look on a motorcycle. At the judging session, the girls were required to incorporate Japanese Street Fashion: Lolita fashion into their personal style. Amanda gave the best photo, while Ann become the eleventh model eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Takashi Miesaki
  • Special guests: J. Alexander, Toyohiko Mikimoto, Sawa Vaughters, and Carolyn London
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Eva Pigford
3313"The Girl Who Wins it All"December 15, 2004 (2004-12-15)

The final three contestants, Amanda Swafford, Eva Pigford, and Yaya DaCosta shot an ad campaign for CoverGirl. Amanda was the twelfth model eliminated from the competition at the penultimate judging session.

  • Featured photographer: Shu Scenzu

Eva and Yaya partook in a Noriko Fukushima fashion show. The final judging session saw Eva crowned America's Next Top Model.

  • Special guests: J. Alexander and Noriko Fukushima
  • CoverGirl of the Week: Eva Pigford[16]

Summaries[edit]

Call-out order[edit]

Order Episodes
1[a] 2[b] 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13
1 Ann Yaya Amanda Cassie Amanda Eva Eva Nicole Ann Amanda Amanda Yaya Eva
2 Leah Kristi Nicole Ann Yaya Amanda Ann Eva Eva Yaya Yaya Eva Yaya
3 Kelle Julie Eva Nicole Norelle Nicole Yaya Amanda Norelle Eva Eva Amanda
4 Cassie Jennipher Yaya Toccara Eva Yaya Norelle Yaya Amanda Ann Ann
5 Yaya Kelle Toccara Eva Nicole Toccara Amanda Norelle Yaya Norelle
6 Kristi Cassie Jennipher Amanda Toccara Norelle Nicole Ann Nicole
7 Julie Toccara Cassie Norelle Ann Cassie Toccara Toccara
8 Magdalena Nicole Norelle Yaya Cassie Ann Cassie
9 Nicole Eva Ann Kelle Kelle Kelle
10 Amanda Norelle Kristi Jennipher Jennipher
11 Norelle Amanda Kelle Kristi
12 Toccara Ann Julie
13 Jennipher Leah
14 Eva Magdalena
     The contestant was covergirl of the week and eliminated
     The contestant won the challenge and was covergirl of the week
     The contestant was covergirl of the week
     The contestant won the challenge
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant was eliminated outside of the judging panel
     The contestant won the competition
  1. ^ In episode 1, the group of 34 semi-finalists was reduced to 14. This call-out order does not reflect their performances that week.
  2. ^ In episode 2, Magdalena was eliminated after the photo shoot.

Average call-out order[edit]

Casting call-out order and final two are not included.

Rank by
average
Place Model Call-out
total
Number of
call-outs
Call-out
average
1 1 Eva 35 11 3.18
2 2 Yaya 36 3.27
3 3 Amanda 38 3.45
4 6 Nicole 34 8 4.25
5 4 Ann 55 10 5.50
6 5 Norelle 51 9 5.67
7 7 Toccara 41 7 5.86
8 8 Cassie 37 6 6.17
9 10 Jennipher 30 4 7.50
12 Julie 15 2
11 11 Kristi 23 3 7.67
12 9 Kelle 43 5 8.60
13 13 Leah 13 1 13.00
14 14 Magdalena 14 14.00

Photo shoot guide[edit]

  • Episode 2 photo shoot: Swimsuits on the beaches of Jamaica
  • Episode 3 photo shoot: Nivea beauty shots
  • Episode 4 photo shoot: Lee Jeans topless group shot
  • Episode 5 photo shoot: Dooney & Bourke purses on roller skates
  • Episode 6 photo shoot: YJ Stinger energy drink on a trampoline
  • Episode 7 photo shoot: Alter-egos with Ford Mustang
  • Episode 8 photo shoot: Verragio diamonds beauty shot with a tarantula
  • Episode 9 commercial: Japanese Campbell's Soup commercial
  • Episode 11 photo shoot: Geishas in kimonos for T-Mobile phone
  • Episode 12 photo shoot: Harajuku-inspired motorcyclists
  • Episode 13 photo shoot: CoverGirl Wet Slicks Crystals print ad

Other cast members[edit]

  • Jay Manuel – Photo Director
  • J. Alexander – Runway Coach
  • Mathu Anderson – Make-Up Artist
  • Danilo – Hairstylist

Makeovers[edit]

  • Julie – Layers added
  • Kristi – Heavy chic bangs added
  • Jennipher – Cut to shoulder-length and dyed light blonde
  • Kelle – Long wavy extensions
  • Cassie – Long curly blonde weave
  • Toccara – Wavy shoulder-length brown extensions
  • NicoleLucille Ball inspired red pixie cut and eyebrows dyed to match
  • Norelle – Cut to chin-length and braces removed
  • Ann – Cut shorter with platinum blonde highlights
  • Amanda – Long ice blonde extensions
  • Yaya – Braids removed and acne treatment
  • Eva – Cut shorter and dyed blonde

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