America’s Next Top Model Cycle 20 Guys and Girls Second Photo Shoot Features Judge Rob Evans and Cycle 1 Shannon Stewart Ratliff [PHOTOS]
America's Next Top Model Cycle 20 Guys and Girls revealed their next batch of photos featuring hot male judge Rob Evans and Cycle 1's runner up Shannon Stewart Ratliff.
The black and white photo shoot has an almost "Fifty Shades of Grey" theme where models were paired and posed with Rob and Shannon.
In the photo shoot, models worked on their fierce look and smize to impress the fans and grab the chance to be one of the final contestants of the 20th cycle of the popular reality TV show.
The new faces of the popular reality TV show are composed of eight girls (Jourdan, Bianca, Chlea, Jiana, Nina, Renee, Alex, and Kanani) and eight boys (Chris H., Chris S., Cory, Phil, Don, Jeremy, Mike, and Marvin). However, Bianca and Chris S. are no longer included in the second photo shoot. It may mean that they were eliminated from last week's voting.
Some fans are confused whether the series already started as the network commenced the voting process. It seemed that this is part of the filming of the first few episodes of the show.
America's Next Top Model's 20th cycle will premiere in summer 2013. However, an exact premiere date is still undisclosed.
Viewers can expect some juicy drama from the new season as the male and female models will be living together in a house. Drama, cat fight and hook ups are expected in the new cycle.
Some of the aspects of the show will be retained. Tyra Banks, Rob Evans, Kelly Cutrone and the viewers will remain on the judging panel. Viewers will also have the chance to vote for their favourite models through social media sites.
Fashion blogger Bryan Boy will retain his post as the representative of the viewers, scouring the social media votes and comments. Johnny Wujek will still be the consultant during photo shoots.
You may vote for your favorites at The CW website. Voting ends at midnight EST. You must vote on each model for your votes to be counted.
ANTM fans and viewers can also post their comments and videos on the website for a chance to appear in the show during judging.
See the slideshow for the photos of the contestants and cast your vote to make them stay in the competition.