THE MODELS ARE SCHOOLED IN THE ART OF THE CATWALK BY RUNWAY COACH J. ALEXANDER AND IMMEDIATELY PUT TO THE TEST, ON "AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL," WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5 ON UPN
Designer Sue Wong Makes a Guest Appearance and Serves as a Guest Judge and Photographer Mike Rosenthal Also Guest Stars
"The Girl Who Makes a Disclaimer" � After runway coach J. Alexander schools the models on the catwalk, the girls are immediately put to the test by designer Sue Wong, who challenges them to walk on a runway with moving parts, on AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL, Wednesday, Oct. 5 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on UPN. Designer Sue Wong also serves as a guest judge.
Later, at a photo shoot with photographer Mike Rosenthal, the models must pose while running and reacting to special effects that are not actually there. At the judging panel, the models are given a challenge to show off their "signature walk" inspired by a model from a previous cycle. However, the judges are taken aback when one model stops in the middle of her challenge to make a speech.
Ashley, Boutique Buyer; age 22 of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- Cut 9/21
Bre, Student; age 19 of Harlem, N.Y.
Cassandra, Student; age 19 of Houston
Coryn, Retail Clerk; age 19 of Minneapolis
Diane, Criminal Defense Investigator; age 23 of Orlando, Fla.
Ebony, Student; age 18 of Sylmar, Calif.
Jayla, Delivery Driver; age 20 of Tucson, Ariz.
Kim, Student; age 21 of New York City
Kyle, Dairy Queen Manager; age 19 of Dexter, Mich.
Lisa, Assistant Wardrobe Stylist; age 24 of Los Angeles
Nicole, Student; age 19 of Grand Forks, N.D.
Nik, Office Coordinator; age 21 of Atlanta
Sarah, Fragrance Counter Representative; age 18 of Boonville, Mo.
The winner of UPN's AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL will have the opportunity to be managed by Ford Models. She will also receive a $100,000 contract with cosmetics giant CoverGirl. Finally, the winner will appear in a fashion spread in Elle magazine and appear with Tyra Banks on the cover of ELLEgirl magazine.
RATING: To Be Announced