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America's Next Top Model (cycle 17)

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America's Next Top Model (cycle 17)
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Cycle 17 cast
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 13
Release
Original network The CW
Original release

September 14 (2011-09-14) – December 7, 2011 (2011-12-07)

Additional information
Judges
No. of contestants 14
Winner Lisa D'Amato
Cycle chronology
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Cycle 18
List of America's Next Top Model episodes

The seventeenth cycle of America's Next Top Model (subtitled as America's Next Top Model: All Stars and stylized as America's Next Top Model ALL ★ STARS) premiered on September 14, 2011 on The CW.[1] It featured fourteen returning models from previous seasons.

The judging panel, unchanged since cycle 14, once again consisted of Tyra Banks, Nigel Barker and André Leon Talley.[2] The first judging was conducted in front of a live audience.[3] The international destination for this cycle was the Greek island of Crete.[4] The promotional song for this cycle was "You Make Me Feel..." by Cobra Starship ft. Sabi. This was the final season filmed and broadcast in standard definition.

The winner of the competition was 30-year-old Lisa D'Amato from Los Angeles, California, who originally placed sixth in cycle 5.

Angelea Preston, who originally placed third on cycle 14, and was disqualified from the competition in the final episode of the cycle, said that she had originally won the competition but was stripped of her title after producers learned that she had once worked as an escort.

Casting

This season has been subtitled "All-Stars," featuring fourteen returning non-winning contestants representing twelve of the series' sixteen cycles (cycles 3, 6, 7 and 8 are not represented) for a second chance to win the title. Cycles 5 and 11 were each represented by two contestants.[5] cycle 14 contestant Angelea Preston appeared for the third time in this cycle since she was also a semi-finalist on cycle 12. Most notably, Jade Cole, second runner-up of cycle 6, was offered (but rejected) the chance to appear in this cycle, claiming her contract was "bogus and one-sided."[6]

Prizes

The prizes for this cycle were: A fashion spread in Vogue Italia, a cover and a spread in Beauty in Vogue, a blog on Vogue.it, and a US$100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics

In addition in these regular prizes, the new prizes were: A fashion campaign in Express, a guest correspondent placement for Extra, as revealed in episode 7, the chance to be the face of an ANTM-perfume to be launched and sold nationally.

The contract with IMG Models (present in the last 2 cycles) has been removed.

Contestants

(ages stated are at start of contest)

Contestant[7] Age Hometown[7] Previous cycle[7] Previous place Finish Place
Brittany Brower 29 Tallahassee, Florida 4 4 Episode 1 14
Sheena Sakai 24[8] Harlem, New York 11 6 Episode 2 13
Isis King 25[9] Prince George's County, Maryland 11 10 Episode 3 12
Camille McDonald 33 Bronx, New York 2 5 Episode 4 11
Bre Scullark 26[10] Harlem, New York 5 3 Episode 6 10
Kayla Ferrel 20[11] Rockford, Illinois 15 4–3 Episode 7 9–8
Bianca Golden 22[12] Queens, New York 9 4
Alexandria Everett 22[13] Newport Beach, California 16 4 Episode 8 7
Shannon Stewart 26[14] Franklin, Ohio 1 2 Episode 9 6
Dominique Reighard 26[15] Columbus, Ohio 10 4 Episode 10 5
Laura Kirkpatrick 21[16] Stanford, Kentucky 13 2 Episode 12 4
Angelea Preston 24 Buffalo, New York 14 4–3 Episode 13 3 (DQ)
Allison Harvard 23[17] New Orleans, Louisiana 12 2 2
Lisa D'Amato 30[18] Los Angeles, California 5 6 1

Episodes

Nicki Minaj

First aired September 14, 2011[19]

  • Featured photographer: Celeste Canino
  • Special guest: Nicki Minaj, Michael Kanyon, The GAME, Phu Styles

Ashlee Simpson

First aired September 21, 2011[20]

  • Featured photographer: Ricky Middlesworth
  • Special guests: Ashlee Simpson, Martin Lindstrom, Loretta Nero, Yoshi Hagiwara, Jada Fitzgerald, Craig Beaglehole

Kristin Cavallari

First aired September 28, 2011[21]

Anthony Zuiker

First aired October 5, 2011[22]

La Toya Jackson

First aired October 12, 2011[23]

Coco Rocha

First aired October 19, 2011[25]

Kathy Griffin

First aired October 26, 2011[25]

Game

First aired November 2, 2011[26]

  • Featured director: Gretchen Warthen
  • Special guests: Keenan Cahill, Madison Hohrine, Tom Polce, Anita Patrickson, Adam (Lisa's Fiancé), Game

Nikos Papadopoulos

First aired November 9, 2011[27]

  • Featured photographer: Nikos Papadopoulos
  • Special guests: Vicky Kaya, Maria Kafetzaki, Dimitris Kounenakis, Lina Fanouraki, Michael Cinco, Georgina Wilson

Exploring Greece

First airing November 16, 2011[28]

  • Featured photographer: Nigel Barker
  • Special guests: Twylem Pyper, Maria Cristina Petrone, Michael Kanyon

Highlights

First airing November 23, 2011[29]

Tyson Beckford

First airing November 30, 2011[30]

  • Featured director: Tony Croll
  • Special guests: Franca Sozzani, Tyson Beckford, Michael Kanyon, Michael Cinco

All-Star Finale

First airing December 7, 2011[31]

  • Featured photographers: Nikos Papadopoulos, Dusan Reljin
  • Special guests: Paige Cali, Michael Kanyon, Valentina Serra, Michael Cinco

Summaries

Call-out order

Order Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13[1]
1 Isis Lisa Allison Angelea Laura Dominique Lisa Allison Dominique Laura Lisa Lisa
2 Allison Bianca Bianca Dominique Shannon Lisa Angelea Lisa Allison Allison Angelea Allison
3 Camille Alexandria Shannon Allison Dominique Bianca Laura Dominique Angelea Lisa Allison Angelea
4 Lisa Laura Bre Laura Allison Angelea Alexandria Laura Lisa Angelea Laura
5 Angelea Angelea Kayla Kayla Alexandria Allison Allison Shannon Laura Dominique
6 Laura Dominique Camille Shannon Kayla Kayla Dominique Angelea Shannon
7 Bre Shannon Alexandria Bre Bre Shannon Shannon Alexandria
8 Bianca Allison Lisa Bianca Bianca Laura Bianca
Kayla
9 Shannon Isis Laura Alexandria Angelea
Lisa
Alexandria
10 Dominique Bre Dominique Lisa Bre
11 Sheena Camille Angelea Camille
12 Kayla Kayla Isis
13 Alexandria Sheena
14 Brittany
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant was immune from elimination
     The contestant was disqualified from the competition
     The contestant was part of a non-elimination bottom two
     The contestant won the competition
  • In episode 3, the team of Allison, Bianca, Shannon, Bre, Kayla & Camille were immune from elimination after their team won the reward challenge. At panel, the six immune girls were judged separately from the non-immune group.
  • In episode 5, the call-out order was decided entirely by guest judge La Toya Jackson. No-one was eliminated.
  • In episode 7, Lisa won immunity from elimination as her prize for winning the reward challenge; however, this did not influence her place in the call-out. Also, Bianca, Kayla and Shannon landed in the bottom three with both Bianca and Kayla being eliminated.
  • In episode 9, Shannon did not participate in the photo shoot.
  • Episode 11 was the recap episode.
  • In episode 13, Angelea was disqualified prior to the final judging.

Photo shoot guide

  • Episode 1 photo shoot: All-Star personality
  • Episode 2 photo shoot: Pink's Hot Dogs
  • Episode 3 photo shoot: Modeling on stilts in Pairs
  • Episode 4 photo shoot: Express campaign with male models
  • Episode 5 photo shoot: Michael Jackson tribute
  • Episode 6 photo shoot: Catfights in a bar with Coco Rocha
  • Episode 7 photo shoot: Reality stars on a motorbike
  • Episode 8 music video: Pot Ledom viral videos
  • Episode 9 photo shoot: Bench body underwear on a salad bowl
  • Episode 10 photo shoot: Ancient Olympic athletes
  • Episode 12 motion editorial: Tyra Banks' Modelland with Tyson Beckford
  • Episode 13 photo shoot and commercial: CoverGirl Intense Shadow Blast print ad and Commercial, and Beauty in Vogue spread

Angelea's disqualification controversy

Following the finale, reports began to speculate regarding the disqualification of Angelea Preston. Due to the bizarre circumstances surrounding the event, including the re-shooting of the final panel/winner reveal, many people began to speculate that Preston had been originally named the winner prior to her disqualification. Multiple theories circulated on social media during the months following the finale.

In January 2013, Angelea confirmed that she had indeed won the competition prior to being stripped of the title, but it was not because she had revealed details of her win before it aired on television, as was most suspected.[32] Tyra Banks did not comment on the situation.

In September 2014, Angelea revealed that the reason she was stripped of the title was because she had been working as an escort prior to participating in America's Next Top Model. She said the producers had been made aware of this before the filming of cycle 17, but decided to disqualify her only after she had already won the title. She is now filing a lawsuit against the producers, the network, and the studios due to breach of contract for $3,000,000 in damages.[33] Other allegations in the lawsuit included that the show violated fair labor practices by forcing her and other contestants to work 16-hour days, sometimes without a meal break, keeping the contestants in isolation for five to six hours at a time, without food or water. Additionally, she alleged that she wasn't paid a legal hourly wage for her work, nor overtime wages. She also claimed that show staff failed to provide her with proper medical attention when she suffered a panic attack during filming.[34][35]

Cast members

Additional cast

Notes

  1. ^ Jenner changed her name due to gender transition in 2015.[24]

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