America's Next Top Model judge André Leon Talley will be replaced by Kelly Cutrone next season.
"We have greatly enjoyed working with André Leon Talley and he has been an amazing asset to the America's Next Top Model family," executive producer Ken Mok told People. "We wish him all the best in his future endeavors."
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The pre-upfronts pickups continue. The CW has greenlit a third season of The Game, which forges on despite the months-ago dismissal of its forerunner, Girlfriends.The CW also has picked up to series Stylista, a Devil Wears Prada-esque reality competition produced by Top Model tandem Tyra Banks and Ken Mok, and dangling a job at Elle in front of 11 wannabe fashion journos. Stylista likely will be packaged with ANTM on Wednesday nights. MWMMore Fall TV coverage:• Ausiello's "Bubble" Show Status Report More Boston Legal Suits ABC CW Officially Picks Up 90210 Fox's Death Lives On, Back to You Won't Be Back Fox's New Amsterdam Immortal No More CW Axes Aliens in America
Starting tonight at 9 pm and for the next few Tuesdays, pit-bull detective Veronica Mars will cede her CW time slot to some Pussycat Dolls, namely The Search for the Next Doll, a reality competition in which a gaggle of gals vie for a coveted slot in the group that has purred such pop ditties as "Don't Cha," "Buttonz" and "Wait a Minute." TVGuide.com spoke with Robin Antin, the Dolls' founder and choreographer and an exec producer on the series, about this Pussycat hunt.
TVGuide.com: The Pussycat Dolls have come a long way. I mean, for a while there they were purely a novelty act, or at least perceived that way.Robin Antin: It was perceived that way, but to me it was definitely much more. I worked so hard to create the Pus
In the season premiere, our favorite divafest, America's Next Top Model (Wednesdays at 8 pm/ET on the CW), staged a photo shoot lampooning the stereotypes of bad model behavior. You know, cell-phone flinging, bulimia, drug taking and the juicy unsavory like. Yet they seem to have forgotten dirty-panty smearing. That's right — for those who missed it, this season's überbitch, Monique Calhoun, who was eliminated after missing a photo shoot and not cutting it in previous pix, did that deed on arch rival Melrose Bickerstaff's bed.
TV Guide caught up with Monique after her ousting and asked her, “Say what? Why?” First off, the 19-year-old Chicago marketing rep wants us to know that it's tough in that model mansion. Like, how could they expect her to get out of the shower after only 10 minutes?! "'I'm a lady,' I said, and I don’t know many ladies who take 10-minute showers!" she tells us with in
The fourth season of America's Next Top Model begins March 2 on UPN, but we've got nagging questions that won't wait till then. So here, TV Guide Online hooks up with host Tyra Banks and her fellow executive producer Ken Mok for a sassy stroll down the catwalk into Model's past and future.Change of Venue
This time around, ANTM
is set in sunny L.A. "Our show needs to be on the pulse of fashion," Banks says. "Los Angeles is now a major fashion port in the industry. They're going into their third season of having a true Fashion Week like New York, Milan, Tokyo and London." The girls are housed in a snazzy apartment, right above a fashion design company, in an "iffy" part of downtown. "We show them a different view of L.A. than palm trees, beaches and Beverly Hills," Mok says. "It's a more gritty side."
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