America's Next Top Model is coming back to New York for an open casting call — this time with a plan in place to prevent another near-riot.
The auditions will be held Saturday, April 11, according to the CW. A venue has yet to be announced. This second casting call comes almost a month after a large group of runway hopefuls — freaked out by overcrowding and a rumored bomb threat — caused a melee in which six people were injured and three arrested.
But that won't be the case this time around, the CW says. In fact, the network has already released ground rules for all the ladies hoping to make it onto Cycle 13. For starters, no one can line up overnight: The line will begin at 6 a.m. on the day of the auditions. Producers will also hand out wristbands that indicate the time frame for each person's audition. Those who fall into the later windows will be encouraged to leave and come back.
Additionally, only women trying out should stand in line, so they should leave their entourages at home. Each person is allowed only one audition, and no line-jumping or advanced place-holding will be allowed. In short, the release says, "Be courteous to others."
Women ages 18 to 27, who are less than 5-feet-7-inches tall are eligible to audition. For the complete list of rules visit the CW's website, where the venue will be announced later this week.