Among the characters — and they are characters — that America's Next Top Model has introduced to us this season are all of our old, familiar favorites: the bumpkin (Kathy), the dimwit (Gina), the sexpot (Kari), the girl next door (Mollie Sue) and the psycho (no comment). But the one we'd most likely invite to our backyard barbecue would have to be last week's eliminee — call her "the sweetheart" — Sara Albert. After being asked
Another round of strutting, pouting, posing — and spatting — is upon us now that UPN's America's Next Top Model (Wednesdays at 8 pm/ET) has returned for a sixth cycle. "What I love about this new group is that no one looks like anyone else," says host Tyra Banks. "They're all so different, and they all photograph strikingly." While Southern-fried Kathy has already been sent home, here's why each of the remaining hopefuls thinks she has what it takes to be a runway success.
BROOKE (22, Corpus Christi, Texas)Occupation: Student Secret weapon: "It doesn't normally show, but I'm a fierce individual. That's going to come out on film and on t
America's Next Top Model The "Cycle 6" contestants have been doing their homework: They came prepared with a walk and a sob story, and burst into the audition room screaming with fake enthusiasm. (Calling Jay Manuel your boyfriend? That's taking it a little far.) Right off the bat, you knew racist, uber-Republican, "my life is perfect" Dani was going to grab camera time and start some fights. It's a good thing she didn't really photograph well, or she'd have some death threats waiting for her back home. You want to talk about perfect lives? Sara just graduated from Georgetown and was minding her own business in the mall when she caught the eye of an ANTM scout. Of the sob stories, Nnenna is quite a contender, even if you nev