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America’s Next Top Model: Cycle 17, Episode 12 :: Tyson Beckford

This was an unusual week for the top 4 contestants on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 17. The girls worked with male supermodel Tyson Beckford to promote Tyra’s new book, Modelland. Episode 12 aired on November 30, 2011. Back to Article

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sparklecake0
sparklecake0 wrote:
2011-12-01 19:32:59 -0800

Love this show watch it all the time! smile

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