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America's Next Top Model: Season 1 (2003)
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America's Next Top Model is a fun concept, especially for male viewers, but it would be better if the camera, and the people behind it, loved these women more.
As with most reality TV, the success of the show boils down mainly to casting, which is where it really excels. In both the judging and the modeling, the show revolves around a pair of strong opposite poles.
Top Model's hook is just as much in its contestants' claw-baring weirdness and whining as it is in the glamour shots and haute couture.
While the revolving door at the judges' table, the grossness of Tyra's constant idiotic catchphrases, and the repetitiveness of the challenges eventually eroded my passion for the series, my devotion to season one remains pure and true.
America's Next Top Model is intriguing, appealing, and grotesque, much like the fashion world itself.
It's altogether awkward, a collection of stray parts that don't quite fit together, sort of like how models always describe the way they looked in junior high.
The series has the stock reality elements: The competitors share a penthouse and annoy one another; a panel of experts drops one hopeful a week. But at least the humiliation is a little different.
The show creators settle on the right blend of drama and aspiration, and cap it off with humorous comentary and sizzling photo shoots.
Love it or leave it-and it's had moments of both in its long lifespan-America's Next Top Model is one of the most influential reality shows of all time.
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