For the 13th cycle of "America's Next Top Model" Tyra Banks is flipping the script and only considering wannabe walker's under 5' 7"! Some see this as a throwaway season since models must be skyscrapers to book jobs in real life, but since when has this truly been a show about finding legit models? Seriously, don't we all tune in to watch two months of wacked out ladies fighting and crying while trying to smile with their eyes and master the increasingly ridiculous photoshoots? Since the show always fills certain roles with each rotating round, let's take a look -- and make some total snap judgments of -- this year's diminutive divas! Kara, 5' 7" Her cocky grin -- and Paulina Porzikova features -- make me think Kara will turn out to be the season's biggest bitch. Laura, 5' 6" Every year there's one corn-fed wallflower from middle America who can't handle the intensity of the competition -- this year, Kentucky girl Laura will probably fill that role. Erin, 5' 6" Erin is the most classically beautiful contestant, which means Tyra will chastise her for resting on her looks throughout the first three rounds, before eliminating her for "not growing.
'Top Model' Cycle 13: Meet Tyra's Midgets!
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Tyra Banks Is All Real
Tyra Banks stopped by to promote her new book, "Model Land," and immediately had to answer for her "all-real" physique, saying she'd undergone X-rays on her old talk show to prove her claim: "I sure did. Because I was so tired of people saying they're fake. Howard asked why Tyra's long-time boyfriend, John, hadn't married his all-real catch, so Tyra shrugged: "Maybe we don't want to be [married].
While Banks's show covered a variety of topics, there was a sensationalized focus on current issues facing women, with often special episodes on America's Next Top Model , which Banks herself had also created and which she still hosts. In its later seasons, it took on a tabloid format similar to shows such as Maury and The Montel Williams Show , covering topics such as people with odd psychological problems, among other subjects. The final five all-new episodes from Los Angeles were aired the week of September 3, and followed by the 3rd-season premiere on following week, September 10, in New York City. On December 19, , the show was renewed an additional two seasons in syndication , — and —