CONTESTANTS ARE TESTED ON HONESTY AND
FIRST IMPRESSIONS, ON ABC'S "TRUE BEAUTY"
Vanessa Minnillo Hosts / Cheryl Tiegs and Nol� Marin Are Judges
"Get Fit" -- In week six, the group will be tested on their honesty and ability to make a good first impression, on "True Beauty," TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on ABC.
Note. This episode was originally scheduled for tonight, but has been re-scheduled due to the President's press conference.
The contestants find a note that reads, "Today it's time to get fit, " so they head off to a track-and-field stadium where they're met by Vanessa, along with a gym teacher and several teenagers (hired actors) who help them in this week's challenge. They're told they're being judged on their physical fitness. At each of several exercise stations, a teenager monitors the contestants and writes down their exercise totals, with the scores to be tabulated later to determine who is the most fit. In the meantime, the monitors attempt to solicit inappropriate information from our beauties about their housemates. How do the contestants respond? In addition, one of the teens plays the role of a lonely outcast who sits by himself during lunch � does anyone try to engage him in conversation?
At the end of the day, Vanessa announces a surprise twist: the REAL winner of the day's challenge isn't the contestant most physically fit, but the individual the teenagers have found "most beautiful," based on both inner and outer beauty. That person will win the challenge, while the two lowest ranking contestants will face elimination.
Female contestants are Monique Santiago, a 21-year-old dancer from Manhattan, New York; Julia Anderson, a 23-year-old magician's assistant from Dallas, Texas; Laura Leigh, a 21-year-old model from Staten Island, New York; and Chelsea Bush, a 21-year old model/artist from Brentwood, Tennessee.
The men are CJ Miller, a 26-year-old barista from Los Angeles, California; Billy Jeffrey, a 31-year-old vitamin store owner from Lewiston, Idaho; Joel Rush, a 26-year-old imaging software salesman from Tampa, Florida; and Ray Seitz, a 29-year-old artist from San Diego, California.
At the end of the season, one winner will be declared, a person who is truly beautiful inside and out, and will receive a cash prize and a spot in PEOPLE's 100 Most Beautiful People issue.
"True Beauty" is hosted and judged by Vanessa Minnillo, along with judges Cheryl Tiegs and Nol� Marin. Executive producers are Denise Cramsey, Tyra Banks and Laura Armstrong for Bankable Productions, and Ashton Kutcher, Jason Goldberg, Karey Burke and Rod Aissa for Katalyst Productions. The series is a production of Warner Horizon Television. This program carries a TV-14,L parental guideline.