America's Next Top Model (cycle 5)

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America's Next Top Model (cycle 5)
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Cycle 5 cast
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 13 + reunion
Release
Original network UPN
Original release September 21 (2005-09-21) – December 7, 2005 (2005-12-07)
Additional information
Judges
No. of contestants 13
Winner Nicole Linkletter
All-stars Bre Scullark
Lisa D'Amato (Winner cycle 17)
Cycle chronology
← Previous
Cycle 4
Next →
Cycle 6

The fifth cycle of America's Next Top Model premiered on September 21, 2005 on UPN. Two of the judges from the previous cycle did not retain their positions on the show. Janice Dickinson was replaced by former model Twiggy, and Nolé Marin was replaced by runway coach J. Alexander.

The prizes for this cycle included a modeling contract with Ford Models, a fashion spread and cover in Elle magazine, and a US$100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics. The winner of the competition was 19-year-old Nicole Linkletter from Grand Forks, North Dakota. Sixth-placer Lisa D'Amato would later claim victory as the winner of cycle 17.

The international destination during this cycle was London, England.

Cast[edit]

Contestants[edit]

(Ages listed are at start of contest)

Contestant[1] Age Height Hometown Finish Place
Ashley Black[2] 22 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Fort Lauderdale, Florida Episode 2 13
Ebony Taylor[3] 18 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Sylmar, California Episode 3 12
Cassandra Whitehead[4] 19 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) Houston, Texas Episode 4 11 (quit)
Sarah Rhoades[5] 18 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Boonville, Missouri 10
Diane Hernandez[6] 23 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Orlando, Florida Episode 5 9
Coryn Woitel[7] 19 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Minneapolis, Minnesota Episode 6 8
Kyle Kavanagh[8] 19 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Dexter, Michigan Episode 7 7
Lisa D'Amato[9] 24 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Los Angeles, California Episode 10 6
Kim Stolz[10] 21 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) New York, New York Episode 11 5
Jayla Rubinelli[11] 20 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Tucson, Arizona Episode 12 4
Bre Scullark[12] 20 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Harlem, New York Episode 13 3
Nik Pace[13] 21 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Atlanta, Georgia 2
Nicole Linkletter[14] 20 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Grand Forks, North Dakota 1

Judges[edit]

Other cast members[edit]

Episodes[edit]

The Girl With The Twisted Catchphrase[edit]

First aired September 21, 2005

The thirty-six semi-finalists went through interviews with Jay Manuel, Tyra Banks, and J. Alexander. The group was later cut down to twenty. Those twenty went on to participate in a fashion show where they were judged by J. Alexander and Jay Manuel and later had a one-on-on with Tyra. The remaining twenty were cut down to thirteen.

The Girls Become Superheroes[edit]

First aired September 21, 2005

The thirteen finalists walked in a fashion show at an event for Life & Style magazine, where they had to do their own hair and makeup. The models were later suspended in the air for a photo shoot in which they had to portray superheroes. Nik received best picture at judging. Ashley and Sarah landed in the bottom two, and Ashley was eliminated from the competition.

The Girl Who Needs A Miracle[edit]

First aired September 28, 2005

The twelve remaining finalists received makeovers and had a photo shoot to show off their new hairstyles. They later competed in a challenge where they had to buy an outfit that fit their new personal style, with the winner being Lisa. The photo shoot had them competing against a fellow finalist in the same outfit and country setting. At elimination, Cassandra received best picture. Diane and Ebony landed in the bottom two, and Ebony was eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Craig De Cristo
  • Special guests: Louis Licari, Mr. Waatani Norris, Lorgh, Latanya, Rob Talty, Erica Howard, James St. James

The Girl Who Makes A Disclaimer[edit]

First aired October 5, 2005

The eleven remaining finalists had a runway lesson with Miss J. They later took part in a runway competition with designer Sue Wong, which was won by Bre. The models also had a green screen photo shoot where they had to portray fashion victims on a moving runway. Cassandra refused to have her hair cut shorter during the shoot, and decided to leave the competition. At elimination, Jayla received best picture. Kim and Sarah landed in the bottom two, and Sarah was eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Mike Rosenthal
  • Special guests: Rob Talty, Sue Wong

The Girl Who Gets A Boob Job[edit]

First aired October 12, 2005

The nine remaining finalists took part in an exercise in which they had to determine each other's body flaws. They later participated in a photo shoot challenge where they had to accentuate and work their flaws. Kyle was deemed to be the best performer, winning an outing at a spa with two friends of her choosing. On set, the models had a plastic surgery photo shoot shot by Janice Dickinson. At elimination, Kyle received best photo. Bre and Diane landed in the bottom two, and Diane was eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Janice Dickinson
  • Special guests: Jay Goldman, Rob Talty, Dean Factor, Davis Factor

The Girl Who Loves Bubbles And Talks To Plants[edit]

First aired October 19, 2005

The eight remaining finalists were introduced to Iman, and later participated in a mock interview challenge in which they had to advertise an organic face mask. As the winner of the challenge, Kyle received the opportunity of hosting a television segment for VH1. On set, the models had to shoot a campaign and commercial for Secret deodorant. They also had an interview for Entertainment Tonight. At elimination Coryn and Nik landed in the bottom two, and Coryn was eliminated from the competition.

The Girls Who Are 1940s Pin-ups[edit]

First aired October 26, 2005

The remaining models received a visit from Tyra for a surprise black and white photo shoot, and later participated in an obstacle course challenge followed by a go see interview with representatives from Elle Girl magazine. As the winner of the challenge, Lisa was given the opportunity of being coached by an industry expert. On set the contestants had to pose as 1940's pin-up girls in an ad for Ford Fusion. At elimination, Kim received best picture. Bre and Kyle landed in the bottom two, and Kyle was eliminated from the competition.

  • Featured photographer: Richard Dean
  • Special guests: Eric Viskovicz, Brandon Holley, Marie Sutter, Lori Trott, Todd Hallman, Ruth Kahn, Rob Talty

The Girl Who Wants To Step On The Pretty Flower[edit]

First aired November 2, 2005

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

The Girl Whose Boyfriend Is Cheating On Her[edit]

First aired November 9, 2005

The six remaining finalists took part in a challenge which involved creating a presentation for a go-see to star in a guest role on Veronica Mars. Kim was chosen as the best overall performer. At the photo shoot, the models had to pose with the cast of MTV's Wildboyz. At elimination, Bre received best photo. Jayla and Nicole landed in the bottom two, but were both allowed to remain in the competition, as Tyra revealed that all six contestants would be traveling to London for the remainder of the competition.

The Girl Who Talks Behind Everyone's Back[edit]

First aired November 16, 2005

The six finalists were on their way to London, England when they participated in a challenge where they got passport photos taken, with the winner being Bre. The photoshoot took place in a phone booth where they posed nude together covering themselves with tabloids. The judging saw Lisa become the eighth model eliminated.

The Girl Who Retaliates[edit]

First aired November 23, 2005

The five finalists participated in a competition in which they had to hold a poses like a statue, with the winner being Nik. They shot a campaign for Olay Quench where they recreated classic art with a modern twist. The judging saw Kim become the ninth model eliminated.

  • Featured photographer: Barry Lategan
  • Special guests: Jason Leung, Sukeena Rao

The Girl Who Takes A Pill[edit]

First aired November 30, 2005

The four finalists participated in a competition where they had to go to four go-sees and dress to fit each designers style, with the winner being Nik. The photoshoot was Bollywood inspired. The judging saw Jayla become the tenth model eliminated.

The Girl Who Is On The Cover[edit]

First aired December 7, 2005

The final three contestants, Nik Pace, Nicole Linkletter, and Bre Scullark, shot photographs and a commercial for Cover Girl. Bre became the eleventh finalist to be eliminated at panel. Nik and Nicole did their photo shoot for Elle Girl magazine and walked in a runway show for Gharani Strok. The final judging saw Nicole crowned America's Next Top Model.

  • Featured commercial director: Sara Dunlop
  • Featured photographers: Kate Martin, Gilles Bensimon
  • Special guests: Eva Pigford, Naima Mora, Gilles Bensimon, Jim De Yonker, Brandon Holly, Nargess Gharani, Vanya Strok

Results[edit]

Order Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13
1 Cassandra Nik Cassandra Jayla Kyle Lisa Kim Bre Kim Nik Nicole Nik Nicole
2 Nik Lisa Nicole Kyle Jayla Jayla Lisa Kim Bre Jayla Nik Nicole Nik
3 Kyle Cassandra Coryn Nik Nik Kim Nik Nik Nicole Nicole Bre Bre
4 Ashley Diane Kim Bre Lisa Nicole Jayla Lisa Nik Bre Jayla
5 Bre Jayla Lisa Lisa Nicole Kyle Nicole Jayla
Nicole
Jayla Kim
6 Kim Kyle Nik Diane Kim Bre Bre Lisa
7 Sarah Bre Bre Coryn Coryn Nik Kyle
8 Jayla Ebony Jayla Nicole Bre Coryn
9 Coryn Coryn Sarah Kim Diane
10 Nicole Nicole Kyle Sarah
11 Diane Kim Diane Cassandra
12 Lisa Sarah Ebony
13 Ebony Ashley
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant quit the competition
     The contestant was part of a non-elimination bottom two
     The contestant won the competition
  • In episode 1, the group of 36 semi-finalists was reduced to 13.
  • In episode 4, Cassandra quit the competition during the photo shoot.
  • Episode 8 was the recap episode.

Photo shoots[edit]

  • Episode 2 photo shoot: Superheroes
  • Episode 3 photo shoot: Country style
  • Episode 4 photo shoot: Fashion victims on a treadmill runway
  • Episode 5 photo shoot: Plastic surgery
  • Episode 6 photo shoot: Secret Deodorant endorsement
  • Episode 7 photo shoots: Black & white beauty shots; 1940s Vargas pin-ups with a Ford Fusion
  • Episode 9 photo shoot: Different scenarios with The Wild Boyz
  • Episode 10 photo shoot: Paparazzi phone booth
  • Episode 11 photo shoot: Modern interpretations of classic works of art
  • Episode 12 photo shoot: Bollywood
  • Episode 13 photo shoot & commercial: CoverGirl cosmetics

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