Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Tyra Banks Speaks Out About 'Top Model' Casting Stampede

This news is shocking the phenomenal reality show experience this kind of accident. After chaos erupted at a New York City casting call Saturday for "America's Next Top Model," the show's host and executive producer Tyra Banks is reacting to the incident -- and she's unveiling future casting plans for the show. "To all the 'Top Model' hopefuls who were affected by the New York casting, we are doing everything we can to make sure that ALL the girls who weren't seen, get an opportunity to audition -- we'll update you on our plans very soon. It is so important to me to redefine beauty, and make sure that everyone gets a fair chance to pursue their dream. I am beyond excited for Cycle 13; for the first time ever, young women 5'7" and under have a shot at becoming 'America's Next Top Model'! I encourage each girl to come out ready to rock the runway and show off their fiercest pose. I'm rooting for all of you!" I hope and pray all the victims are okey.

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