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America's Next Top Model Cycle 15 Episode 11

Nov 17, 2010

This week on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 15, the final four girls were put to the test. A woman named Barbara Terrinoni used acting techniques to teach them how to add more personality and emotion into their interactions with other people. Then they put what they learned into action. They spoke to the most important person involved in their cycle (outside of the judges, of course)—Franca Sozzana, the editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia.


An Italian Getaway

All the girls were extremely intimidated, but Chelsey stood out from the pack. She was the only one who seemed calm and sociable, and told Franca about her modeling career. It was no surprise when she won the challenge. She chose Kayla to share her prize. They had a private viewing of one of the most famous Da Vinci paintings. Then they spent the night at a luxurious hotel located next door to Gucci.


Motion Editorial

The next day, the girls experienced a new type of modeling—motion editorial, directed by Tyra. They were shot with a motion camera instead of a still camera. Each of the girls depicted a Romeo and Juliet theme in a beautiful setting in Verona. It was definitely their most exhausting shoot to date.


Two Girls Say Goodbye to Top Model

At panel, all the girls received good feedback, making it extremely hard for the judges to decide which two girls would be sent home. In the end, the judges saw too much potential in Ann and too much ambition in Chelsey to let them go. So Kayla and Jane were sent home.


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i :love this show!
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og i love this show..watch some day i will be on this show...watch out for meee
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man i luv this show i watch it every wednesday cuz thats when it come on lol but my fav...
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