THE MODELS ARE GIVEN A UNIQUE DANCE CHALLENGE AND
ONE PARTICIPANT FEELS THAT A MALE-MODEL�S INTENSE FLIRTATION CROSSES THE LINE, ON "AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL,"
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 AT 8:00 PM ON UPN
Special Guests Include Runway Trainer J. Alexander, Photographer Johan Wilke and South African Clothing Designers Bebe and Mandela, Who Also Serve as a Guest Judges
"The Girl Who is Special"� The winner of a unique dance challenge earns a reward in which her strategic decision of how to share the reward causes hard feelings and one model�s belief that she is special irritates the others and leads to arguments that fray friendships, on AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL, Wednesday, May 11 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on UPN. Special guests include runway trainer J. Alexander, photographer Johan Wilke and South African clothing designers Bebe and Mandela, who also serve as a guest judges.
At a photo shoot, the models must dance and pose with male models and one of the girls gets upset when she feels a male-model�s intense flirtation crosses the line. Another model is eliminated, leaving only three competitors left to vie for the title of America�s Next Top Model.
Brandy, cosmetology student; age 20 of Houston
Brita, waitress; age 25 of La Ca�ada, Calif.
Brittany, elementary school instructional aide; age 22 of Tallahassee, Fla.
Christina, fashion marketing student; age 24 of Tallahassee, Fla.
Kahlen, restaurant hostess; age 21 of Broken Arrow, Okla.
Keenyah, student; age 19 of Compton, Calif.
Lluvy, janitor; age 21 of Modesto, Calif.
Michelle, wrestler; age 19 of Terre Haute, Ind.
Naima, coffee shop waitress; age 20 of Detroit
Noelle, realtor's assistant; age 20 of Reno, Nev.
Rebecca, former flight attendant; age 22 of Minneapolis
Sarah, waitress; age 22 of Baltimore
Tatiana, waitress; age 18 of Maui, Hawaii
Tiffany, mother; age 22 of Miami
RATING: To Be Announced