AS THE COMPETITION COMES TO A CLOSE, THE THREE FINALISTS
FIGHT TO IMPRESS THE JUDGES, BUT ONLY ONE WILL TRIUMPH, ON THE SIXTH-CYCLE FINALE OF "AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL,"
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 ON UPN T 8:00 PM
Photographer Jim DeYonker Makes A Guest Appearance and
Top Thai Designer Roj Singhakul of "Issue" Clothing Line Serves As A Guest Judge For The First Elimination
"The Girl Who Walked Through the Ancient City" -- In Bangkok, the three remaining models face-off and struggle to deliver their lines and best poses for a CoverGirl commercial and photo shoot, and after the challenge one girl is eliminated on the sixth-cycle finale of AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL, Wednesday, May 17 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on UPN. Photographer Jim DeYonker makes a guest appearance and top Thai designer Roj Singhakul of "Issue" Clothing Line serves as a guest judge for the first elimination.
Later, the two finalists model before the judges and a large crowd in the final runway challenge on a giant, twisting, runway set as an ancient city of temples over water. After an intense judging session, the winner of America's Next Top Model is revealed.
Brooke, Student; age 22 of Corpus Christi, Texas
Danielle, Babysitter; age 20 of Little Rock, Ark.
Furonda, Student; age 24 of Stuttgart, Ark.
Gina, Translator; age 21 of Tampa, Fla.
Jade, Restaurant Hostess; age 26 of Philadelphia
Joanie, Sales Associate; age 24 of Beaver Falls, Pa.
Kari, Student; age 18 of Brookings, S.D.
Kathy, House Painter; age 20 of Brevard, N.C.
Leslie, Student; age 18 of Higley, Ariz.
Mollie Sue, Waitress; age 25 of Tampa, Fla.
Nnenna, Chemist; age 24 of Houston
Sara, Student; age 22 of Davis, Calif.
Wendy, Retail Assistant Manager; age 22 of New Orleans
The winner of UPN's AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL will have the opportunity to be managed by Ford Models. She also receives a $100,000 contract with cosmetics giant CoverGirl. Finally, the winner appears in a fashion spread in Elle magazine.
RATING: To Be Announced