Little Rock native and cycle 6 winner Danielle Evans modeling...spring funeral wear?
Hey ladies! Did you watch Danielle Evans and Furonda Brasfield on "America's Next Top Model" and think, you know what, I'm hot and
from Arkansas, why can't I be "America's Next Top Model"?
Well, here's your chance. There's an open casting call in Little Rock on July 22 at the Metroplex.
LITTLE ROCK, AR. (July 8, 2008) – CW Arkansas (KASN-TV) is hosting an open casting call for cycle 12 of The CW’s “America’s Next Tope Model” Tuesday, July 22 at 2 pm at the Metroplex Event Center in Little Rock (located at I-430 & Colonel Glenn Road next to Wendy's). Audition space is limited to the first 300 entries. Casting directors are looking for females, ages 18 to 27, of diverse backgrounds, shapes, sizes and with a minimum height requirement of 5’7” tall. Applications can be downloaded at CWArkansas.com. Applicants are asked to bring their filled out application, three non-returnable photos consisting of one close-up of their face, one full length body photo (clothed), and one full length body photo wearing a swimsuit. Applicants are also asked to bring two forms of i.d.: 1) either a driver's license or passport AND 2) social security card or birth certificate. Please note that girls selected will need to acquire a passport if they don't have one already. The audition event is sponsored by Alice 107.7 and Ashley’s Bridal of Sherwood.
“America’s Next Top Model” follows a group of young women of various backgrounds, shapes and sizes who live together and vie for a grand prize which will include a modeling contract. The “dramality” exposes the transformation of everyday young women into potentially fierce top models, as they face weekly tests that determine who can make the cut. The finalists compete in a highly accelerated modeling boot camp, a crash course to modeling fame that includes mentoring by supermodel Tyra Banks and exposure to high-profile fashion industry gurus, all under 24-hour-a-day surveillance of the “America’s Next Top Model” cameras, which chronicle every move.