Casting Directors are looking for aspiring models for a new season of America’s Next Top Model to premiere on VH1. Date to be announced.
ANTM featured dozens of fashion stars, with models Janice Dickinson, Kimora Lee Simmons, Twiggy and Vogue editor Andre Leon Tally serving as judges at various points in its long run. According to reports, executive producer Ken Mok — who has run the show since its first season and recently produced Jennifer Lawrence movie “Joy” — negotiated the VH1 deal. Tyra Banks remains on board as an exec producer of new episodes of the long-running reality franchise but will not return as host.
To submit for this project, checkout the details below.
About America’s Next Top Model
America’s Next Top Model gets a makeover to kick off its 23rd season. While returning to its roots in New York City, the longest-running fashion reality TV series in history debuts on VH1 and welcomes a brand new host, new panel members, and a slew of new experts. An all-female cast of 14 aspiring models battle in various head-to-head challenges to discover which contestant can strut her stuff to the title and a prize package that includes $100,000 and a fashion spread in Paper magazine. Singer/actress Rita Ora hosts, and supermodel and body activist Ashley Graham, Paper magazine Chief Creative Officer Drew Elliott, and celebrity stylist and image architect Law Roach serve as judges. Show creator and former host Tyra Banks makes surprise appearances throughout the season.
Project Casting Call
Submission Deadline: April 6, 2016
To apply, email your Name, Age, Height, Weight and Contact Information to VH1TopModel@gmail.com