America’s Next Top Model is set to give us a “Fierce-a-fied” season!

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Just when we thought the model competition show America’s Next Top Model was over when Tyra Banks announced her departure, we were wrong. ANTM is now set to reappear on VH1 instead of The CW with a date soon to be determined.

Everything about the show is supposed to be the same—the competition, go-sees, photoshoots, guest judges—except the former main host herself.

Tyra Banks will not be returning to America’s Next Top Model. Tyra states:

“I will continue as executive producer, but must turn my attention to new business endeavors, so I want to find a new host,” Banks continued in the press release. “I’m pumped to identify that person and bring back the show.”

This upcoming season has been approved for 14 episodes due to fans demanding its return, and as Ms. Banks says herself, the new season will be “Fierce-a-fied”.

Further details are on the way, but until then what was your favorite season of ANTM?

Mine would have to be Cycle 3 when Eva Marcille won. Since winning, Marcille has modeled both print and runway, and even had her own reality show. The mommy of one is actually rumored to be one of the new hosts.

Comment on our Instagram @HerStyleMedia to tell us who you would like to be the new host.



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My name is Anaja Smith, a Sophomore at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus majoring in Broadcast Journalism. At my university, I am apart of NABJ as the Membership Chair position, SeeYouWeekly (a broadcasting organization), and Women of Color which promotes unity and sisterhood for women on campus. I love everything fashion related whether it is clothes, makeup, bags, or simply looking to celebrities for style inspo. With that being said, my dream job is to become a fashion correspondent for E! News headquarters in California where I can interview and talk to people about it for a living! Other goals of mine is to attend Northwestern University in Evanston,IL for my masters degree and also to give back to the less fortunate and underserved communities in Chicago, my home town.

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