America’s Next Top Model Recap: Cycle 19 Episode 2, 8/31/12

America’s Next Top Model Recap: Cycle 19 Episode 2, 8/31/12

My favorite television show Tyra Bank‘s America’s Next Top Model airs tonight on the CW with an all new episode.  Tonight’s episode is called ‘The Girl Who Cries Home‘ and it is the second episode of Cycle 19 ‘College Edition.’  Did you see the premiere episode last week?  We did and we have a full and detailed recap here for you!

On tonight’s episode of “America’s Next Top Model: College Edition,” the contestants complete a challenge that leaves them hanging, then celebrity guest photographer Shenae Grimes (90210) shoots the models posing as taxidermy. Viewers are introduced to top fashion blogger, Bryanboy, who joins as the show’s first-ever social media correspondent, while judges Kelly Cutrone, Rob Evans and Tyra Banks team with the judging audience for the first elimination of the cycle.

We will be live blogging America’s Next Top Model tonight with all the up-to-the-minute details at 8PM EST so make sure to come back to this spot and watch the show with us. While you wait for the recap hit the comments and let us know what you think of all the changes they have made to ANTM this season?

AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODE CYCLE 19, EPISODE 2 LIVE RECAP HERE!



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Comments

  1. Kadija says:

    The new format for America’s Next Top Model is definitely a different approach and I hope it works. After 19 cycles the show needs an overhaul and maybe the college edition is it. I’m still a little put off by the fact that the J’s are no longer on the show but all good things must come to an end. I’ve got my Hopper set to record this new season of ANTM and since I’m at work at Dish when the show airs, I know I can come home and enjoy the show. As far as the contestants on the show go, I think the girls need to lay off Victoria just because she has a close relationship with her mom and was home schooled. The socialization is a little different in those that didn’t go to public/ private school.

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