Shelby Township Woman Tries Out for America's Next Top Model
The popular modeling reality show held a casting call in Ferndale on Friday.
A 20-year-old Shelby Township woman was among several hundred contestants to put her looks and attitude to the test Friday in an open casting call for America's Next Top Model's 20th cycle.
The casting call was held at P&A Scholars Beauty School in Ferndale.
CW50 Detroit covered the casting call with live tweets from hopeful contestant's, who came from all across Michigan—and some, from out of state—in an effort to secure their spot on the show's next season.
In the upcoming cycle of the show, in which contestants vie for a prize package that will help launch their modeling careers, male models will be added for the first time to the group of contestants competing for the title of America's Next Top Model.
Hopeful models reportedly waited in line for hours for the casting call. Auditions included an interview and a runway walk.
There's no word on when decisions about the cast will be announced.
Viewers will continue to be able to vote for their favorite models though social media, helping decide who gets eliminated and who stays in the running.
If you didn't make it to the casting, you can do it online through Jan. 8: http://pic.twitter.com/677Ikheo.
Did any other Shelby Township or Utica residents make it out to the audition?