America's Next Top Model (season 24)

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America's Next Top Model (cycle 24)
Cast of America's Next Top Model Cycle 24.png
Cycle 24 cast
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 15
Release
Original network VH1
Original release January 9 (2018-01-09) – April 10, 2018 (2018-04-10)
Additional information
Judges
No. of contestants 15
Winner Kyla Coleman

The twenty-fourth cycle of America's Next Top Model premiered on January 9, 2018 and was the second season to air on VH1. Continuing from cycle 23, this cycle featured an all-female cast. However, in a first for the series, the maximum age limit was removed, allowing contestants of all ages to enter the contest.[1]

Top Model franchise creator Tyra Banks returned as the show's host after being replaced for one cycle by singer Rita Ora. The judging panel, consisting of model Ashley Graham, Paper magazine chief creative officer Drew Elliott, and celebrity stylist Law Roach, remained otherwise unchanged.

The prizes for this cycle included a contract with Next Model Management, fashion spread in Paper magazine, a cash prize of US$100,000 from Pantene, and a featured avatar in the new America's Next Top Model Mobile Game.

The winner of the competition was 20 year-old Kyla Coleman from Lacey, Washington.[2]

Contestants[edit]

(Ages stated are at start of contest)[1][3]

Contestant Age Height Hometown Finish Place
Maggie Keating 20 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Surry, Maine Episode 2 15
Ivana Thomas 23 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Durham, North Carolina Episode 3 14
Liz Woodbury 24 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) Greenville, Massachusetts Episode 4 13 (quit)
Rhiyan Carreker 20 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Orange County, California 12
Coura Fall 24 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Eastvale, California Episode 5 11
Liberty Netuschil 20 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Lava Hot Springs, Idaho Episode 6 10
Christina McDonald 34 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) Jenkintown, Pennsylvania Episode 7 9
Sandra Shehab 22 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Cliffside Park, New Jersey Episode 8 8
Brendi K Seiner 22 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Nashville, Tennessee Episode 9 7 (quit)
Erin Green 42 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Riverside, California Episode 10 6
Rio Summers 23 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Detroit, Michigan Episode 13 5
Shanice Carroll 25 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Murfreesboro, Tennessee Episode 15 4
Khrystyana Kazakova 32 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) New York, New York 3
Jeana Turner 24 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Minneapolis, Minnesota 2
Kyla Coleman 20 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Lacey, Washington 1

Episodes[edit]

The Boss Is Back[edit]

Original air date: January 9, 2018 (2018-01-09)

The semi-finalists were introduced to the judges for the first time, and were made aware of the new casting process in which any of them could be eliminated at any point during casting week (as opposed to the mass-eliminations in previous cycles), to gradually reduce the pool of contestants. The models then had one-on-one auditions with the judges, which saw several semi-finalists leave the competition.

The surviving models later met with judge Drew Elliot and fashion director Nicola Formi for an Avant-garde photo shoot and runway challenge. The remaining 18 contestants moved into the model house, and at the end of the week, host Tyra Banks selected the finalized cast of 14 contestants. Immediately afterwards, Banks announced that one of the semifinalists who'd missed the final cut, Erin Green, would also be allowed to move on to the main competition, bringing the final number of contestants to 15.[4][5]

  • Featured photographer: Renata Raksha
  • Special guests: Nicola Formichetti

Beauty Is Los Angeles[edit]

Original air date: January 16, 2018 (2018-01-16)

The finalists moved into the model home. They later met runway coach Stacey McKenzie for a catwalk lesson in preparation for an upcoming runway challenge at Venice Beach skate park, where the contestants had to model designs from Baja East and avoid skateboarders as they navigated across a skating ramp. As the winner of the challenge, Khrystyana was chosen to walk in a show for the label during New York fashion week. On set, the models had a bohemian pregnancy photo shoot with photographer Charlotte Rutherford, inspired by Hollywood's latest baby boom fashion trends. At elimination, Coura received best picture. Brendi K and Maggie landed in the bottom two, and Maggie was eliminated from the competition.[6]

  • Featured photographer: Charlotte Rutherford
  • Special guests: Stacey McKenzie

Beauty Is a Trademark[edit]

Original air date: January 23, 2018 (2018-01-23)

The models arrived back at the house and immediately received a Tyra Mail alluding to the fact that makeovers would be taking place soon. After the makeovers were administered, the models met Director X for a video shoot meant to showcase their new trademark looks in a room full of mirrors. At elimination, Liberty was deemed to be the best performer for the shoot. Shanice and Ivana landed in the bottom two, and Ivana was eliminated from the competition.[7]

  • Featured director: Director X
  • Special guests: Leanne Citrone

Beauty Is Drama[edit]

Original air date: January 30, 2018 (2018-01-30)

The remaining models received scripts for a screen test challenge with actor Kevin Phillips, which was judged by director Anthony Hemingway and Stacey McKenzie. Khrystyana was ultimately chosen as the challenge winner. Later on, the models were taken to a mansion for a photo shoot inspired by American Horror Story. After a heart to heart conversation with Tyra, Liz decided to quit the competition. At elimination, Khrystyana received best photo. Coura and Rhiyan landed in the bottom two, and Rhiyan was eliminated from the competition.[8]

  • Featured photographer: Ekaterina Belinskaya
  • Special guests: B. Akerlund, Anthony Hemingway, Stacey McKenzie, Kevin Phillips

Beauty Is Unconventional[edit]

Original air date: February 6, 2018 (2018-02-06)

The remaining 11 models had to work with renowned YouTuber Patrick Starr to shoot a beauty vlog which required them to use unconventional items as beauty tools. Sandra was chosen as the challenge winner, and was rewarded with a guest appearance on Starr's channel. On set, the models were stacked on top of one another to have their beauty shots taken. At elimination, Rio received best picture. Christina and Coura landed in the bottom two, and Coura was eliminated from the competition.[9]

  • Featured photographer: Tatiana Gerusova
  • Special guests: Patrick Starr

Beauty Is Pride[edit]

Original air date: February 13, 2018 (2018-02-13)

The remaining 10 contestants celebrated pride week at Micky's Bar, and took part in a self styled popup runway challenge for designer Christian Cowan which was won by Khrystyana. The models later had a photo shoot posing alongside former Drag Race contestants Manila Luzon, Valentina and Katya Zamolodchikova. Khrystyana won best picture at elimination. Kyla and Liberty landed in the bottom two, and Liberty was eliminated from the competition.[10]

  • Featured photographer: Katie Levine
  • Special guests: Valentina, Christian Cowan, Manila Luzon, Stacey McKenzie, Katya Zamolodchikova

Beauty Is Raw[edit]

Original air date: February 20, 2018 (2018-02-20)

The remaining nine contestants were challenged with the task of creating an anti-bullying PSA for the National Crime Prevention Council under the direction of Director X. As the winners of the challenge, Khrystyana, Kyla, and Sandra were chosen to have their video used as part of a national digital campaign for NCPC. On set, the models were stripped to their barest essentials and had their photographs taken by Tyra. At elimination Brendi K, Jeana, Khrystyana, Kyla, Rio, Sandra, and Shanice received a joint first call-out as a group. Christina and Erin landed in the bottom two, and Christina was eliminated from the competition.[11]

  • Featured photographer: Tyra Banks
  • Special guests: Yoko Sakakura, Shigeko Taylor, Director X, Stacey McKenzie

Beauty Is Social[edit]

Original air date: February 27, 2018 (2018-02-27)

The remaining models received a visit from Tyra, and learned about effective techniques for taking a selfie. They were later introduced to model Jourdan Dunn in time for a selfie challenge in which they had to advertise Jourdan's clothing brand, LonDunn. Jeana was chosen as the winner of the challenge. On set the contestants were photographed by Tyra in a photo shoot where they had to pose with plus-sized male models covered in gold body paint. At elimination, Kyla received best photo. Khrystyana and Sandra landed in bottom two, and Sandra was eliminated from the competition.[12]

  • Featured photographer: Tyra Banks
  • Special guests: Jourdan Dunn, Zach Miko, Miles Dausuel, Kevin Rivers, Michael
  • Guest judge: Jourdan Dunn

Beauty Is Movement[edit]

Original air date: March 6, 2018 (2018-03-06)

The seven remaining models met with Ashley Graham and movement coach Jermaine Browne for a motion shoot challenge, which was won by Jeana. They later had a couture photo shoot in the desert while posing with a parachute. Brendi K decided to quit the competition at panel. Shanice received best photo during elimination, while Jeana and Kyla landed in the bottom two. As a result of Brendi K’s departure earlier in the episode, both of them were allowed to stay.[13]

  • Featured photographer: Pieter Henket
  • Special guests: Jermaine Browne

Beauty Is Real[edit]

Original air date: March 13, 2018 (2018-03-13)

The six remaining contestants attended castings in Los Angeles for Chris Mena and Maggie Barry. Kyla and Rio were chosen as the winners of the challenge, and were given the opportunity to walk in a runway show for the designers as part of their reward. On set, the models had a cover try photo shoot for Paper magazine. At elimination, Rio received best photo. Erin and Shanice landed in the bottom two, and Erin was eliminated from the competition.[14]

  • Featured photographer: Pieter Henket
  • Special guests: Chris Mena, Barbara Strasmore, Maggie Barry

Behind The Beauty[edit]

Original air date: March 13, 2018 (2018-03-13)

This episode featured behind the scenes and never before seen footage of the cycle, and highlighted each contestants journey to the top five.

Beauty Is Personality[edit]

Original air date: March 20, 2018

The remaining finalists had a challenge in which they had to create personalized avatars for the new America's Next Top Model mobile game. Khrystyana was chosen as the winner, and received an assortment of clothes styled by Law Roach. The models were later taken to a mansion in order to shoot a music video with Maejor and Tyra Banks under the direction of Director X. At elimination, Khrystyana received best performance. Jeana and Rio landed in the bottom two, and Jeana was eliminated from the competition.[15]

  • Featured director: Director X
  • Special guests: Maejor, David Ortis
  • Guest judge: Director X

Beauty Is a Comeback[edit]

Original air date: March 27, 2018 (2018-03-27)

The final four took part in a throwback America's Next Top Model challenge inspired by the bubble runway from cycle 16. It was revealed that the models would be walking alongside the formerly eliminated contestants, one of whom would be replacing that week's eliminee at panel. Erin was chosen as the challenge winner, and along with Liberty, Christina, and Jeana, moved back into the model house for the opportunity to possibly return. On set, the contestants had a photo shoot in pairs with cycle 3 winner Eva Marcille covered in tarantulas, shot by former judge Nigel Barker. At elimination, Kyla received best picture. Rio and Shanice landed in the bottom two, and Rio was eliminated from the competition. Out of the four comeback contestants, Jeana was chosen to return.[16]

  • Featured photographer: Nigel Barker
  • Special guests: Stacey McKenzie, Eva Marcille

Beauty Is Commercial[edit]

Original air date: April 3, 2018 (2018-04-03)

The remaining four models took part in a challenge for Pantene in which they had to style their own hair and makeup. Khrystyana was chosen as the winner. On set, the contestants had to shoot an advertising campaign for Pantene, which required them to embody several different products from the brand. At elimination, Kyla won best photo. Jeana and Shanice landed in the bottom two, and Jeana was eliminated from the competition. In a shocking turn of events, she was saved from elimination by guest judge Philipp Plein, joining the other three models in the finale.[17]

  • Featured photographer: Torkil Gudnason
  • Special guests: Kelly Vanasse, Danilo, Philipp Plein
  • Guest judge: Philipp Plein

Next Level Fierce[edit]

Original air date: April 10, 2018 (2018-04-10)

The finalists attended a fitting for Philipp Plein after which Shanice was eliminated from the competition. The remaining three contestants took part in a photo shoot for the winner's spread to be published in Paper magazine. They later reunited with the formerly eliminated contestants for the final runway show. Immediately following the runway show, Khrystyana was eliminated based on the results from the photo shoot that had taken place earlier that week. The judges deliberated over the body of work of the remaining two finalists, and at the end of the night, Kyla was crowned as the winner.[18]

  • Featured photographer: Vijat Mohindra
  • Special guests: Philipp Plein, Mickey Boardman, Stacey McKenzie

Summaries[edit]

Results[edit]

Order Episodes
2 3 4[a] 5 6 7[b] 8 9[c] 10 12 13 14[d] 15[e]
1 Coura Liberty Khrystyana Rio Khrystyana Brendi K.
Jeana
Khrystyana
Kyla
Rio
Sandra
Shanice
Kyla Shanice Rio Khrystyana Kyla Kyla Kyla
2 Rio Jeana Jeana Khrystyana Shanice Jeana Khrystyana Khrystyana Kyla Khrystyana Khrystyana Jeana
3 Erin Brendi K. Christina Shanice Jeana Shanice Erin Jeana Shanice Shanice Shanice Khrystyana
4 Jeana Rio Liberty Sandra Christina Erin Rio Kyla Rio Rio Jeana Shanice
5 Khrystyana Kyla Brendi K. Kyla Erin Brendi K. Jeana
Kyla
Shanice Jeana
6 Christina Christina Erin Brendi K. Sandra Rio Erin
7 Liz Liz Shanice Jeana Rio Khrystyana Brendi K.
8 Kyla Coura Kyla Erin Brendi K. Erin Sandra
9 Ivana Erin Rio Liberty Kyla Christina
10 Rhiyan Khrystyana Sandra Christina Liberty
11 Liberty Sandra Coura Coura
12 Shanice Rhiyan Rhiyan
13 Sandra Shanice Liz
14 Brendi K. Ivana
15 Maggie
     The contestant was eliminated from the competition
     The contestant quit the competition
     The contestant was part of a non-elimination bottom two
     The contestant was originally eliminated but was saved
     The contestant was eliminated outside of judging panel
     The contestant won the competition
  1. ^ In Episode 4, Liz quit the competition before that week's panel and elimination.
  2. ^ In Episode 7, Brendi K., Jeana, Khrystyana, Kyla, Rio, Sandra, and Shanice shared a 7-way tie for first call-out.
  3. ^ In Episode 9, Brendi K. quit the competition during panel. As a result, no one was eliminated.
  4. ^ Jeana returned to the competition after Rio’s elimination in episode 13. She was originally eliminated once again in episode 14 when she landed in the bottom two with Shanice, but was saved.
  5. ^ In episode 15, Shanice was eliminated outside of judging panel after a fitting that took place before the final runway. Khrystyana was eliminated after the first deliberation at the final judging. Following the final deliberation, Kyla was crowned as the winner.

Photo shoot guide[edit]

  • Episode 1 photo shoot: Avant-garde couture in a garden (casting)
  • Episode 2 photo shoot: Bohemian maternity editorial
  • Episode 3 video shoot: Trademark style in a mirrored room
  • Episode 4 photo shoot: American Horror Story in a haunted mansion
  • Episode 5 photo shoot: Stacked beauty shots in groups
  • Episode 6 photo shoot: Princesses with former RuPaul's Drag Race contestants
  • Episode 7 photo shoot: Unretouched natural beauty in lingerie
  • Episode 8 photo shoot: Dripping in gold with plus-size male models
  • Episode 9 photo shoot: Parachute couture in the desert
  • Episode 10 photo shoot: Paper magazine cover tries
  • Episode 12 music video: Mansion madness with Maejor
  • Episode 13 photo shoot: Posing in pairs with Eva Marcille covered in tarantulas
  • Episode 14 photo shoot: Pantene ad campaigns
  • Episode 15 photo shoot: Paper magazine spreads

Makeovers[edit]

  • Brendi K : Buzz cut and dyed black
  • Christina : Kylie Jenner inspired lime green weave
  • Coura : No makeover
  • Erin : Long and wavy weave
  • Ivana : Afro tightening
  • Jeana : Wig removed
  • Khrystyana : Dyed platinum blonde
  • Kyla : Straightened and dyed dark brown
  • Liberty : Dyed orange red
  • Liz : Extensions added and dyed bubblegum pink with bangs
  • Rhiyan : Super long blunt weave
  • Rio : Short cut and dyed platinum blonde with split eyebrow
  • Sandra : Shoulder-length blunt bob
  • Shanice : Originally, Serena Williams inspired weave; later, no makeover

Ratings[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
cycle
Episode Air date Viewers (m) 18–49
Rating/share
Ref.
305 1 "The Boss Is Back" January 9, 2018 (2018-01-09) 0.86 0.45 [19]
306 2 "Beauty Is Los Angeles" January 16, 2018 (2018-01-16) 0.96 0.40 [20]
307 3 "Beauty Is a Trademark" January 23, 2018 (2018-01-23) 0.88 0.42 [21]
308 4 "Beauty Is Drama" January 30, 2018 (2018-01-30) 0.79 0.37 [22]
309 5 "Beauty Is Unconventional" February 6, 2018 (2018-02-06) 0.78 0.38 [23]
310 6 "Beauty Is Pride" February 13, 2018 (2018-02-13) 0.79 0.32 [24]
311 7 "Beauty Is Raw" February 20, 2018 (2018-02-20) 0.86 0.40 [25]
312 8 "Beauty Is Social" February 27, 2018 (2018-02-27) 0.83 0.39 [26]
313 9 "Beauty Is Movement" March 6, 2018 (2018-03-06) 0.67 0.30 [27]
314 10 "Beauty Is Real" March 13, 2018 (2018-03-13) 0.73 0.35 [28]
315 11 "Behind The Beauty" March 13, 2018 (2018-03-13) 0.41 0.18 [28]
316 12 "Beauty Is Personality" March 20, 2018 (2018-03-20) 0.78 0.35 [29]
317 13 "Beauty Is a Comeback" March 27, 2018 (2018-03-27) 0.74 0.35 [30]
318 14 "Beauty Is Commercial" April 3, 2018 (2018-04-03) 0.83 0.36 [31]
319 15 "Next Level Fierce" April 10, 2018 (2018-04-10) 0.86 0.35 [32]

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