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21 Reactions To America’s Next Top Model Cycle 21: Runway Challenge

I’m not even going to beat around the bush about this: I am a very happy camper. After this week’s episode of America’s Next Top Model… 1,312 more words

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21 Reactions To America’s Next Top Model Cycle 21: The Break-Up

Previously, Denzel from America’s Next Top Model really pissed me off. I wasn’t the only one, either. Tyra Banks gave him lecture about ignorance and homophobia like I’ve never before seen on reality TV – or hell, maybe ever on television  1,176 more words

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21 Reactions To America’s Next Top Model Cycle 21: Men In Heels

I knew going into this week’s episode of America’s Next Top Model that it was going to piss me off. I saw the previews. Friends warned me. 1,833 more words

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21 Reactions To America’s Next Top Model Cycle 21: Hair Whip

Last week on America’s Next Top Model, everyone amped up the drama. Tyra tried to teach everyone to be sexy with textbook moves like “the peeping tooch” and “werking the smirk.” Some of the contestants were good at it (Raelia, Mirjana, Will, Keith) and some were not (Adam, Lenox). 950 more words

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21 Reactions To America’s Next Top Model Cycle 21: Headbutt

Cycle 21 of America’s Next Top Model introduced us to Romeo, an actual witch who casts actual spells and may actually have real power. Maybe. Over the course of the last three episodes, he’s cast a few spells and eliminated his biggest competition – first Danny, then Ivy and Chantelle. 1,522 more words

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21 Reactions To America’s Next Top Model Cycle 21: Beard Weave

It’s the second full episode of America’s Next Top Model, which we all know means it’s time for…MAKEOVERS. Or, as they’re forcing us to call it, Ty-Overs. 1,326 more words

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21 Reactions To America's Next Top Model Cycle 21: First Elimination

In honor of Cycle 21 (seriously, this show has been on for 20 seasons already) of America’s Next Top Model, I am going to give you 21 random reactions to every episode. 1,066 more words

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