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America's Next Top Model: Cycle 17, Episode 10 :: Exploring Greece

Nov 17, 2011

This week on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 17, the girls embody the ancient Olympians in their photo shoot. Episode 10, “Exploring Greece,” aired on November 16, 2011.

Attack on Angelea

A catfight nearly took place during this week’s challenge, when the girls were critiqued by their peers on their runway walk, poses and portfolios. After each girl's turn, Miss Jay asked them which girl they felt didn’t deserve to become America’s Next Top Model All-Star. Every girl refused to answer the question until Dominique bravely said “Angelea.” She tried to explain that Angelea simply wasn’t confident enough in herself to survive the modeling world, and Laura agreed. But Angelea took the criticism as an attack and stormed out. Later, the girls hit the town with a local, most opting out of drinking.

Ancient Olympians

Nigel Barker photographed the girls for their photo shoot where they posed as ancient Olympians. Each had a different prop, such as the javelin, hurdles, discus, etc. Angelea struggled on set. Nigel had to physically move her into the proper poses. Even though the odds were stacked against her at elimination, she was given a second chance. Dominique, who has been producing great photos every week, was sent home. The judges argued that, despite her great photos, she doesn’t have a unique personality that would make her memorable. Ouch!

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twilightsparkle05
GOOOD!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D :D :D
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PotterDrinksWater
"CreativeSewccess" wrote:There are 20 people. They jump into a pool. 24 heads pop up. How is this possible?  Maybe 4 people were standing outside the pool? Or maybe there were animal floatie heads?  :D Or maybe 4 people were drowning and 20 people all raced at the same time to save them!  8) Wow, this riddle is harder than I thought.
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AwesomeIvysaurGirl34
"aditicoolsome" wrote: Teacher: "Kids, what does the fluffy chicken give you?"Students: "Eggs!"Teacher: "Great! And what does the fat cow give you?"Students: "Homework!" Lol! This is so funny!
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AwesomeIvysaurGirl34
Lol I never thought of it that way. That's pretty clever.
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Evilmidge
It's not 24 heads it's actually 20 foreheads hence the reason it makes sense if 20 people drowned
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