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Comments • 3 490

  • L M
    L M 4 months ago +1088

    Tyra is definitely not ok. Tyra is the epitome of "I will normalize the abuse I went through by doing it to others and tell them they have to deal with it, cause I did."

    • HeyItsLilz
      HeyItsLilz 9 days ago

      Neither was Janice D ….🤯😲 wow what a freakin mouth on that woman! Crazy af 🫣

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 10 days ago

      That's akin to saying, "I went through a horrible car accident & came out fine, so everyone should go through one, too."

    • JY RL
      JY RL 29 days ago

      Preach!

    • TheLinguistable
      TheLinguistable Month ago +1

      I can't stand Tyra banks

    • Sara Baq
      Sara Baq Month ago +7

      This show COULD have pushed for change in the modeling industry, but they reinforced the abuse instead.🤢

  • NightmareVixen12
    NightmareVixen12 4 months ago +612

    Tyra: Professional models have fallen in these shoes.
    Also Tyra: Let's make amateur models walk in them and judge them for not being able to walk in them.

    • TinafromPasadena
      TinafromPasadena 4 days ago

      Yeah professionals AKA strippers ☺

    • Dakota Winchester
      Dakota Winchester 5 days ago

      @Vanessa_XO Pole More like Lady Gaga's heels

    • Vanessa_XO Pole
      Vanessa_XO Pole 29 days ago +5

      @Yours Truly as a pole dancer who is also a certified trainer, they are stripper heels. It’s important to know where they came from. In the majority of states exotic dancers HAVE to wear them. In my state it’s illegal to not wear them. Same with pole dance in general. It’s becoming more mainstream as an exercise but that shouldn’t undermine the way it all came about. Pole dance has always had its roots in clubs. To say that you shouldn’t call them stripper heels bc not all pole dancers are strippers is not right. Strippers HAVE to wear them and they were made for that purpose. Studio pole dancers have the choice.

    • Laurel Sayler
      Laurel Sayler Month ago +2

      @Cash Walk google pleasers.

  • Bre Crawford
    Bre Crawford 4 months ago +357

    I remember when they told a girl to shave her hair, and she spend 5 years growing it cause of a hair or scalp issues. The second they told her they were shaving her head, she yelled no, walked off and left that following day. NEVER, if they can't take you for you, cause not EVERYONE is the same, they aren't worth it.

    • TinafromPasadena
      TinafromPasadena 4 days ago

      @Helene Trøstrup these girls sign a contract and agreed to a lot of things but they ultimately have a choice not to. They are not having Mayhem committed on them

    • Jessica Raven Queen
      Jessica Raven Queen 14 days ago +1

      @WhatIDoWhoIam that's what they make wigs for you don't have to cut or fo anything to your hair to change your hair style or color for a campaign or a photo shoot that happens for a single day or weekend or how ever

    • Heidi Kickhouse
      Heidi Kickhouse 15 days ago +2

      @WhatIDoWhoIam That people are here saying your employers have the right to alter your body is not helpful or healthy for women. I thought we had left the idea of women as chattel far behind us.

    • AshTag
      AshTag 23 days ago +5

      @WhatIDoWhoIam wtf I've been in the modeling industry, you get to choose your jobs unless you don't.... but I had options, and there were hair shows and things but mainly they would hire you for what you had because no one was going to spend extra time on you and pay you? Like why
      Again due to scalp or health issues, nowadays this would not be permitted in many workplaces and is seen as abuse... "but as a model" as a model you should still be treated with respect because you are a human being and humans have rights.

    • TheBHK1
      TheBHK1 24 days ago +7

      Going bald probably would have hurt her career. Most designers want natural hair of some sort on a model. Wigs are expensive and can be hard to work with styling for a lot of looks. Only very few models successfully pull off being bald compare to how many professional models there are.

  • Addie-Eileen Paige
    Addie-Eileen Paige 4 months ago +243

    I always found it ironic that the judges tear these poor models apart, yet when the models stand up for themselves, the judges are like, "Hold up, you're being rude!"

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 2 months ago +5

      @alluriana santiago AMEN!!!

    • alluriana santiago
      alluriana santiago 2 months ago +15

      Right? Like don't dish it out if you can't handle it being thrown right back at you. Treat others as you would want to be treated!

  • Sara Zara
    Sara Zara 4 months ago +304

    Tyra: there is a different way of explaining yourself and being defensive. And you're being defensive.
    Also Tyra and her bully squad: not seeing the difference between giving a professional opinion and being assholes

    • surlywithfabshoes
      surlywithfabshoes 2 months ago +6

      Tyra has the most self-inflated who I’ve ever seen. Now that she has Dancing With the Stars she’s made that all about her, with dramatic wardrobe changes through the whole show. Tom just wore a suit and was super nice and down to earth with the contestants, especially when they were down/had a bad week. As opposed to Tyra basically saying to the contestants ‘How does it feel, being so shitty?’

  • Morgan McNaughtan
    Morgan McNaughtan 4 months ago +638

    This show was ridiculous. No designer is going to throw models onto a runway without practicing the routine. There is a big difference between undressing backstage (you get used to it quickly) and no one is paying attention to it due to the chaos, but posing nude is different. I will say that you do have to have thick skin because the people you audition for have no problem tearing you apart. I stopped modeling because I like food too much lol.

    • AzeraV
      AzeraV 24 days ago

      I remember when I was around 12 a bunch of girls and I got yelled at because we complained about changing in front of someones 18 y/o son. Really made think harder on what I wanted to do.

    • bridget james
      bridget james 24 days ago +1

      "I love food" spirit animal found

    • UwU
      UwU 3 months ago

      sure you did

    • Niyah Craney
      Niyah Craney 3 months ago +2

      So sad I will never ever do nude modeling if I choose to be a model.. 😭 it’s ok tho your beautiful girl ❤️

    • Gaia Seraphina
      Gaia Seraphina 4 months ago +1

      @Anne Stovgaard
      You could still be among those 19%. 😁
      Plus there should be more models like f.e. Kate Upton.

  • La Zingara Healing
    La Zingara Healing 3 months ago +61

    The emotional abuse of putting her in a grave after her best friend just died was some of the most cruel things I have ever seen. Next to making Keenya a fucking elephant after telling her she was “fat”.

    • Satu Stinks
      Satu Stinks 7 days ago

      The way Jay said ”ohhh nooooo :0” after one of the other girls told him that she just lost a friend was the fakes shit I’ve ever seen. He seemed happy about it too. Like we all know they love that cause it’ll create more drama but I think ANTM is one of the shows where you can see the whole crew’s enjoyment at tearing these girls down a little too easily

  • Helen  Jackson
    Helen Jackson 4 months ago +78

    Season 6 Danielle: "You need to close that gap in your front teeth, you'll never be a Covergirl model with it"
    Season 15 Chelsey: "You need a shave a bigger gap in your front teeth, you'll never be a Covergirl model without it"

    • Barbara Bavier
      Barbara Bavier 19 days ago

      Anyone remember Lauren Hutton? She was one of the very first supermodels and she had a HUGE gap in her teeth!

    • Alex Tridento
      Alex Tridento Month ago +5

      The difference is the girl that was black was told she couldn't have a gap, but they loved it on the white girl. 👀

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 4 months ago +5

      I was thinking the same thing, but I couldn't remember the other girl's name.

  • Regina Machamer
    Regina Machamer 4 months ago +40

    So much love for the girl who stood her ground and refused to pose nude. I'm a former sex worker, so I'm definitely not judging anyone who does. But I also recognize that not everyone is comfortable with that, and no one should be forced or pressured into doing something like that. And especially having all 5 of them sitting there basically yelling at her about.. I can't imagine how hard that was.
    I hate to admit it, but I feel like if it were me I would've panicked and just said "okay" and did whatever they wanted. Sadly, most girls probably did that.

  • John Christensen
    John Christensen 4 months ago +1195

    ANTM motto: “Be compliant.” Never mind the fact that it leads to sexual harassment, body dysmorphia, and blackface. What a horrible show.

    • RecoveringChristian
      RecoveringChristian 3 months ago +1

      Horrible show with 24 cycles spanning 2 decades, dozens of international versions each with several cycles of their own, spawning a multi million dollar world wide empire, cementing itself into the popular zeitgeist for posterity. Stay salty, y'all.

    • Rachael Klein
      Rachael Klein 3 months ago +4

      There was also whiteface and Indianface.... Or did you miss those?

    • Evija3000
      Evija3000 3 months ago +3

      And when you ARE compliant and get ill/injured because of it (e.g. a model needing medical attention after a photoshoot in freezing water) they shame you for not speaking up about your concerns earlier, even if you did. They contradict themselves so much.

    • Niyah Craney
      Niyah Craney 3 months ago

      Ikr especially the blackface one also isn’t tyra like half black or sum?

  • Bear Claws
    Bear Claws 4 months ago +54

    You know, she always says “I’ve already apologized” and it’s like. You know what Tyra, you apologized for the general show and toxicity. You should be apologizing for every individual thing you did that contributed to this toxic culture. You don’t think they’re worth a genuine specific apology?

  • Rebecca Woodard
    Rebecca Woodard 4 months ago +256

    The fact that no one is talking or canceling Tyra for this crap, but will cancel dr Seuss for BOOKS? Absolutely absurd!

    • murderisforpussies
      murderisforpussies 4 days ago

      @RainbowAlpaca nobody wanted to, nobody gave a shit. Literally nobody gave a single shit about it. All it was was the family not wanting to publish some, and then media outlets made up outrage about it so they could generate revenue.

    • issecret1
      issecret1 3 months ago +1

      @Perfectly imperfect depends on who you ask. The Dr. Seuss people, or you

    • CelsiusBlack
      CelsiusBlack 4 months ago +8

      Dr Seuss was never canceled.

    • Perfectly imperfect
      Perfectly imperfect 4 months ago +3

      @Democrat ResistanceDepends who you ask just like everything there is always different versions of what really happened online! I don't belive everything I read or hear.It was all over the news and there was a huge public out cry online and everywhere they were pretty much forced to cancel certain books or they probably wouldn't sell to many !

    • Perfectly imperfect
      Perfectly imperfect 4 months ago +2

      I AGREE !!

  • Oliver Race
    Oliver Race 4 months ago +104

    “Well that didn’t age well” that is an understatement on my god it made me laugh so much

  • Pinkie Pie
    Pinkie Pie 3 months ago +17

    Tyra: says how uncomfortable shoes are, and so hard to walk in that a professional stumbled on the runway in them
    Also Tyra: makes girls with no modelling experience wear said shoes

  • L W
    L W 4 months ago +676

    The irony of the fact that the girl who didn't want to pose nude went on to be one of the most successful models after this show.

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 10 days ago

      Who was she?

    • Trisha Murray
      Trisha Murray 18 days ago

      @DojaCakesArk THANK YOU!!! the only statement that matters in this arguement. Bravo!👏👏👏 I can't believe people are still arguing about this.🤦‍♀️🙄😒👀

    • DojaCakesArk
      DojaCakesArk 24 days ago

      @Kristen&Logan you don't need justifications to not want to pose nude.

    • Woah
      Woah 4 months ago +1

      @Red_VelvetCake preach

    • Red_VelvetCake
      Red_VelvetCake 4 months ago +8

      @AO PT in UK If you're saying you don't care about consent, it's hella disturbing that you don't

  • Lydia Johnson
    Lydia Johnson 4 months ago +26

    They just tortured those girls. I recently saw an article by a "plus-sized model" who said she had to wear padding. They don't even use people who are legitimately the size to model clothing. It's no wonder we criticize our own bodies.

    • Satu Stinks
      Satu Stinks 7 days ago

      I think some companies also genuinely just photoshop ”plus size” models to be bigger but in the ”right” way. But I definitely also remember the early to mid 2000’s having an even more skewed idea of what ”plus size” meant. Like literally even super skinny women got called plus size if they had wide hips. And I mean their literal bone structure

    • Jaedyn Noell
      Jaedyn Noell Month ago

      I was legit thinking of that exact thing when the plus size comment came up

  • Melinda Davids
    Melinda Davids 4 months ago +22

    “Africness?” That’s not even a word and it’s highly offensive to say! Even tyras face looked pissed when she said that.

  • Creative Designation
    Creative Designation 4 months ago +18

    "You look like you are riding a giraffe". These people are nuts, I know this was supposed to be an insult, but riding a giraffe would be the freaking coolest thing ever.
    Also thanks for confirming my decision to never watch this racist, sexist bs!

  • Ave Vee
    Ave Vee 4 months ago +8

    I love the underhanded transphobia and internalized misogyny peppered throughout this whole show.

  • Clayformations
    Clayformations 4 months ago +3482

    It must be said, this show Top Model was abusive, misogynistic, objectifying, toxic, hateful, mean-spirited show I've ever seen. Terrible.

    • tsholofelo molefe
      tsholofelo molefe 2 months ago

      I didn’t even watch the show but based on this I agree.

    • Torka Karshiro
      Torka Karshiro 2 months ago

      And that is what feminists said all the way - and most of you viewers told them they would just hate the show because they were ugly, old and envious , no matter how young, beautiful and right they were...

    • Thomas White
      Thomas White 3 months ago

      In some variations of ANTM, the show was also homophobic or homophobia-inducing.

    • Just Another Bucky Lover
      Just Another Bucky Lover 3 months ago

      I'm so glad I never watched this the first time around. It always struck me as being very much the mean kids bullying the rest of them, and yeah. Gross.

  • הגר שוהם
    הגר שוהם 4 months ago +11

    I have a (almost) 13 year old autistic cousin and I remember watching the season with the GORGEOUS Heather who's autistic as well and just crying when the girls all mocked and provoked and tormented her just because she acted a bit differently. I was thinking of my beautiful cousin the entire time and he is growing up to be a winner in every walk of life, just like Heather. And at the end of the day she was braver and stronger and smarter than all the other "normal" assholes on that show so I do think it is valuable to some degree as far as message go but it's definitely unnecessarily brutal, they could've made if fun and respectful at the same time it doesn't have to contradict.

  • M M
    M M 4 months ago +23

    It was a product of its time.. the 2000’s was a toxic time.. I’m sad that I grew up as an impressionable teenager thinking this was all normal

  • Jules Walters
    Jules Walters 4 months ago +7

    That one episode where they switched ethnicities is also the one when one of the girls had “a flesh eating bacteria” (according to the other girls lol. But it was just Impetigo) and was called unfair because she got to hold a doll instead of a live child. Lol.

  • mkayshuryknot
    mkayshuryknot 3 months ago +25

    I find it interesting that Tyra did a slow turn at 8:35 *appearing* extremely pissed off at the judge who spoke so harshly to Yahya. But then she did a 180 a told Yahya she had to apologize to an inanimate object.
    There needs to be a part 2 to this because there are other instances where the contestants were treated like shit. Of course with it being "reality" TV, the producers played a HUGE role in the drama and how the girls were treated both on air and off.

    • Jackie Kurtz
      Jackie Kurtz 2 months ago +1

      Of course, there is always stuff they will not air because of ratings. I think Tyra was trying to get her to adjust her attitude. Throughout the rest of that season while Yahya was on the show the girls started to not like her. She just acted as the world revolved around her.
      Some girls forget they are in a competition and don't have a high-paying modeling job yet.

  • Tracey Lough
    Tracey Lough 4 months ago +1148

    It's crazy that they got mad about the girl who didn't want to close the gap in her teeth, because I remember an episode where they wanted to INCREASE the gap in a girl's teeth, and when she refused they kicked her off the show before she even did her first photoshoot.

    • Els D
      Els D 4 months ago

      I've seen an episode where they effectively made a gap in a girl's teeth by shaving some off both sides 😱 Don't know if it's the same girl/episode?

    • charlottesmom:
      charlottesmom: 4 months ago

      I recall a few models with gaps that looked spectacular, let their differences shine! Cookie cutter models are BORING...

    • ChanMi
      ChanMi 4 months ago

      Yesss just commented the same crazy af

    • Yeda Kubík
      Yeda Kubík 4 months ago +2

      And they were saying it's not marketable, when not so long ago I saw a Colgate advertisement and their model have a huge gap between her front teeth

    • Heathen Nix
      Heathen Nix 4 months ago +2

      No that model DID increase her gap! They shaved a millimetre off each top front tooth which for teeth enamel is huge. They booted her a couple of weeks later.

  • Kris Cal
    Kris Cal 4 months ago +8

    Did modeling when I was younger and the critiquing is real.. They did it over the top for the show, but I was told some crazy crap. I was already thin and an agent told me to lose 5lbs. That's what made me quit. So glad the rules are changing!

  • Girl in the Striped Sweater

    I've never felt any desire to watch the show because I never understood how Tyra could put people through the same hell that she probably went through to make it in the modeling industry, and feel ok with that. Now seeing all the abuse, body shaming, misogyny, racsm and the long list of other problematic issues, makes it even more gross to know that she contributed to these disgusting practices.

  • Jenifer Dale
    Jenifer Dale 4 months ago +10

    I still remember thinking that it was unfair and crazy that Tyra said that Danielle needed to close her gap because it wasn't marketable and then widened a gap on a white model. My friends and I literally sat there and yelled at the screen for like five minutes. Danielle was beautiful the way she was.

  • whoatemychocolate
    whoatemychocolate 4 months ago +9

    I love how they're like "You have to do this if you want to be a model, models do this all the time!" when in reality any model would probably sue people who pulled shit like they do.

  • Samantha P
    Samantha P 4 months ago +1115

    ANTM Is the perfect example of what happens when someone like Tyra, who started out as a nobody and worked her way up to celebrity status, now uses that status to bully people because she has forgotten what it was like on the other side table. She's on a power trip in these shows; it's that simple. As much as she claims to remember what it's like to be at the bottom, she sure is quick to dig her heels into others to grind them down. This is why I never liked her.

    • Niyah Craney
      Niyah Craney 3 months ago

      Me to.. also she does dumb things like- I don’t know why people even watch this..

    • T
      T 4 months ago +7

      100%
      Used to watch the show because I enjoyed the final product and photo reveals... OK and the drama a bit, I admit. I consciously made the choice to stop watching at some point because Tyra is soooo narcissistic but claims all she does is altruistic. If you have to SAY you're selfless, you ain't selfless. Everything that comes out of her mouth on camera is phony and contrived to make people think something particular about her. She's spent so much of her life trying to sell things with her image that she has become a living sales pitch... that no one is willing to buy anymore.

    • CooperGal24
      CooperGal24 4 months ago +6

      The "logic" from Tyra Banks is stupid.
      Tyra: Oh I KNOW how those other models feel because *I MYSELF* came from the bottom and worked my way to the top to be WHERE AND WHO I am today!
      ALSO Tyra: If *YOU* wanna be a model like ME and make it BIG, then you have to be SUPER skinny, risk your mental, physical and emotional health, work like a 24/7 factory worker and basically take ALL the toxic, abusive bullying from me AND my friends so we can take our aggression and such growing up on you, get paid AND be entertained at your humiliation as well!
      Hope somebody in the higher ups saw this kind of abuse and fired Tyra and her posse on the spot for it. And Tyra has a TALK SHOW now, right?

    • Suzy B.
      Suzy B. 4 months ago +10

      @AlexJia exactly!! This would have been such a great platform for her to effect change in the modeling industry and not perpetuate the toxicity of it.

  • Uriel Grey
    Uriel Grey 4 months ago +10

    This show just reminds me how toxic that industry is. Starve young women to death, give them injury inducing outfits and give off the only acceptable size is a negative one.

  • SisBoom Bah
    SisBoom Bah 4 months ago +9

    I recently binged on old 80's movies and tv shows. I was horrified recognizing SOOOOOO many inappropriate things, awful things that we saw as okay back in the day. And the stereotyping was heavy, heavy.

  • Hà Nguyệt
    Hà Nguyệt 4 months ago +9

    I binge-watched this show when i was really small, seeing them acting like this makes me question my value system and I was wondering if this is how adults act and if this is the “right” way that I have to grow up into. So relieved to find this is not right.

  • Bluegemi
    Bluegemi 4 months ago +7

    It’s amazing how much our values have changed. It makes me wonder what will be unacceptable ten or twenty years from now. It just shows that progress is happening and it makes me hopeful for a better future.

  • Mo Yo
    Mo Yo 4 months ago +19

    "It's like you were on this pedestal"
    -Tyra, while literally standing on a pedestal

  • M M
    M M 4 months ago +5

    A few years ago I lived next to a model apartment in LA and their agency would not only pimp them out to rich men who wanted models to be seen with them, but also make profit from the girls paying rent ..so predatory

  • Megan Roller
    Megan Roller 4 months ago +10

    So happy I never watched this show. My mom tried getting me to be a model as a toddler, by the time I was 5 she took me out because I threw the biggest temper tantrum ever in the dressing room and it spilled over on the runway. My fit was over the fact that another girl got to wear the polar/teddy bear overalls and I had to wear the itchy dress. My mom who is all about looks was mortified, and boy do I still remember the whopping I got when we got home that night but never had to model again!

    • Megan Roller
      Megan Roller 4 months ago +4

      @Cuz I'm the Mom I know! When I had kids I promised myself I wouldn't put them through that. My mom started me off at 3 and I lasted till 5. I can't even imagine what would have happened to me if I hadn't thrown that fit

    • Cuz I'm the Mom
      Cuz I'm the Mom 4 months ago +3

      Good for you!! Who wants to when they are FIVE??

  • Jessica B
    Jessica B 4 months ago +6

    I did some Modelling as a Teenager intill 20 I'm 5"9 and 115 lbs and agents in Japan wanted to hire Me but they Called Me FAT & said My skin was to dark I'm Italian & Mexican I LOVE My Olive skin , This industry is Toxic Im so Glad I got out of it , Love Your Bodies Babes

  • Rockabelle
    Rockabelle 4 months ago +392

    The girl in the cowboy hat was absolutely right to be offended and it took guts for her to speak up the way she did. Sucks that she was forced to back down in order to continue with the show- and it was really messed up that Tyra went out of her way to humiliate her like that. Not cool.

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 10 days ago +1

      Yeah, I thought she looked really good in her whole outfit. The cowboy hat went really well with the rest of her ensemble, in my opinion.

    • Marieke D
      Marieke D 2 months ago +3

      Kaitlin Skanes I knew I recognized her! I wash her in Chicago Med, just didn’t know her real name. But then seeing this clip I knew her voice instantly! Her face too, but her voice is what made me realize it was the same person.

    • Kaitlin Skanes
      Kaitlin Skanes 2 months ago +11

      Yaya went on to become a SUCCESSFUL actress and was recently the lead character in the FOX show OUR KIND OF PEOPLE!! Take that Tyra!

    • dandy72
      dandy72 2 months ago +9

      @Jackie Kurtz I remember this season too and the way they treated Yaya bc she had a strong sense of self, was confident and was proud of her heritage was f#%ked up. They edited that sh!t to make her a villain bc reality tv loves making dark skinned black women villains especially when they are strong. What Tyra did to Yaya that entire seAson, was totally despicable and so were the comments of that stupid white lady that told her she didn’t have to try to be so Afrocentric 🙄🙄🙄 whatever the hell that was supposed to mean.

    • Jackie Kurtz
      Jackie Kurtz 2 months ago +2

      True! I used to watch this show and remember that episode. It wasn't much of her standing up for herself it was her attitude behind it. As the show went on she got more of a chip on her shoulder and came across as a know-it-all. Not defending the judges but I think they were trying to get her to be more humble and less stuck up.

  • Victoria Adeniji
    Victoria Adeniji 2 months ago +2

    When i saw her knee twist, I felt her pain in my heart and body. That is just horrible and inhumane! How can you treat someone like that?

  • The Disco Timelord
    The Disco Timelord 4 months ago +6

    Are ALL of the girls who ever competed on this show alive and well?
    I'm extremely concerned for them.

  • Shadow Neko
    Shadow Neko Month ago +2

    🤦‍♀️ my mom and I used to watch this show all the time when I was younger… until middle school and I started getting badly bullied for my body and how I looked… after that I could not take this show serious. The expectations they have for the models is completely in-human and I feel like they actively try to destroy every models self esteem.

  • sarahwithstars
    sarahwithstars 4 months ago +3

    "Its possible to explain yourself without being defensive"
    AND TARA It is possible to give feedback on a photograph without tearing a person's entire identity apart. And if they hate the photo, they should have chosen a different one from the shoot! Stupid show.

  • Envia0809
    Envia0809 4 months ago +2

    I have a gap in my teeth and watched this season when it aired. Luckily I'm so attached to my gap that I was pissed at them that they said that. Then the way she looked after they fixed it looked awful. It woulda been nice to have her get to the end without getting it fixed.

  • Natasha Clark
    Natasha Clark 4 months ago +1

    Thanks to Hulu I often find myself watching TV shows from back in the day and realizing how problematic they were. ANTM was definitely one of the worst. I think the saddest part of the whole thing is that it was a woman treating other women that way.

  • Sasha-Lee Sampson
    Sasha-Lee Sampson 3 months ago +1

    I use to love that show, even dreamt about being on the show.. but looking back now.. I'm sure we can all agree that it was the most toxic show ever! It's disgusting how blunt they were towards those beautiful women.

  • BonneMoms
    BonneMoms 4 months ago +2

    I watch a young lady who reacts to a lot of their stuff and Holy crap, I never noticed how problematic they are until she pointed out the stuff that was happening.

  • Simple Beauty
    Simple Beauty 4 months ago +881

    Did they seriously compare being seen naked backstage/in the locker room to having a nude photo published?
    Telling an aspiring entertainer that they have to pose nude to make it is how some pretty horrible trafficking stories start…

    • RecoveringChristian
      RecoveringChristian Month ago

      @Surftouka "I see afraid of exposure" hello esl👁👄👁 what a beautiful haiku

    • RecoveringChristian
      RecoveringChristian Month ago

      @Mel said the lady who referenced "Tara" 👁👄👁 zoomer brain, perhaps?

    • Mel
      Mel Month ago

      @RecoveringChristian I think you're trying to come across as smart and funny. It's not working.

    • Surftouka
      Surftouka Month ago

      @Mel I don't and don't. However, I still have the freedom to express my opinion much to your dismay!😂 Yay freedom of speech. You want a list of other things I don't like and thus don't participate?

  • Gian Carlo Escala
    Gian Carlo Escala 4 months ago +1

    I just love everything that you do Charlotte. You're the best!

  • junimondify
    junimondify 4 months ago +3

    Luckily I always knew I was too short for being a model, and (for the early 2000s) too pale, so my brain never tried to apply these beauty standards to me. Thank God for that XD

  • Jen the bubble
    Jen the bubble 4 months ago +6

    I don’t think any of these models ended up getting any modelling contracts or work after this. Really sad. A lot of mean fashion has beens kicking the ladder down behind them and exploiting these girls dreams for cheap entertainment. Awful.

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 4 months ago +1

      Only a very small few have found success, not just in modeling, but in any industry. However, when they try to audition for a movie, or a modeling gig, they get skeptical looks when people see they were on reality TV.

  • Miki Poole
    Miki Poole 4 months ago +2

    I'm so glad times have changed! Sad to know that a lot of the older generations still think all that bull and refuse to keep up with the times 😓

  • Hannah Nicole
    Hannah Nicole 4 months ago +893

    When that one girl was trying to explain why she didn't choose the fake "African" hat so she could avoid being a cliché and was told she was being "defensive," my jaw literally dropped. Like you literally just told her she needs to prove her African-ness (whatever the hell that means), how did you think anyone would respond to that kind of stupid statement?

    • jaye lee
      jaye lee 4 months ago +1

      @Adirondack Pixie there was a black girl made up as "white face"...u didnt mention that.?. ..?...The girl had "blackface" as she's 1/2 black, so they decided to make her skin tone fully dark. She herself said "I'm half black, so being transformed in to a proud african woman for me is definately an exciting experience". It wasnt a "racial sterotype". She's not "offended" at having it done, so u are for her? They explained why they did it...& she loved it!!! Good for her.

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 4 months ago +6

      @Laura Marschmallow I agree. I thought her outfit was very cool. Adding the cowboy hat was a cool twist 🤠

    • just cause
      just cause 4 months ago

      With gace by putting on the hat.

    • Granny Klampit
      Granny Klampit 4 months ago +9

      She literally choked back cursing them out.

  • Regina Machamer
    Regina Machamer 4 months ago +2

    I agree 1000% these "judges" were taking in every shtty thing they had to deal with in their own careers, and spitting it out onto these poor contestants tenfold. It's just especially disgusting how much some them seemed to enjoy ridiculing others.

  • TSprong
    TSprong 4 months ago +1

    ANTM motto: If you want to be able to work in this business you cannot have any personal boundaries whatsoever. If you are not willing to do everything we say no matter how degrading or humiliating it is or how uncomfortable it makes you, you are out.

  • Tera Greene • nova jade*

    I was invited to audition for ANTm in Los Angeles many years ago. Very interesting experience, for sure. Glad I went, and glad I wasn’t picked! Loving your videos! Thank you 💜💕

  • R SA
    R SA Month ago +1

    I remember one of the girls best friend passed away. And Tyra thought it’d be great to do a shoot of the seven sins. The girl that lost her best friend was forced to get down in a grave!!! It was so sick and twisted! Horribly cruel !

  • Dominique Winther
    Dominique Winther 4 months ago +375

    the worst thing about that one model who didn’t wanted the space between her teeth close, is that they literally forced another model get a big space create in her front teeth..

    • Samantha Baines`
      Samantha Baines` 4 months ago +2

      @who that British girl is Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger's daughter

    • Dominique Winther
      Dominique Winther 4 months ago +1

      if i had known Charlottes ❤️ would disappear efter editing the comment, i would never have changed the how to who I’m so sad now! 😭

    • Dominique Winther
      Dominique Winther 4 months ago +3

      @Mel Robertson yeah exactly! i remember that. it is just beyond ridiculous how they treated the models. telling one : you will never gat a job because of.. and then telling another: you doesn’t look unique enough so you have to..
      i only watched the show with my mom, and i’m glad i did, because she always pointed out how ridiculous everything about the show was.

    • Mel Robertson
      Mel Robertson 4 months ago +6

      They did the same with a girl with braids and said she would never get a job with them,then a couple of seasons later gave a girl braids to "stand out" from the others

    • Jessie Jammes
      Jessie Jammes 4 months ago +6

      Exactly! Tyra has so many double standards at this point, I don't even think SHE knows what she believes in anymore.

  • Ayla Crissman
    Ayla Crissman Month ago

    I remember my parents telling me and my sister we couldn’t watch this show. I now know why (all the problems it had, including racism, sexism, and not wanting us to eat eating disorders, which is probably why it was initially a no before it came out and then the other problems were seen).

  • Taylor Martin
    Taylor Martin 4 months ago

    I love that this show is getting called out for its BS. Clip-Sharer and photographer Jessica Kobeissi does a lot of reactions to this show while also providing insight into what being a photographer and creative director should actually be like and she’s great.

  • Sarah Pyle
    Sarah Pyle 4 months ago +1

    I did not watch the show. I always thought it was a toxic scenario disguised as a competition that would ultimately help launch someone's career. Seeing these clips reinforces it! How on earth did any of these talented and beautiful women take this abuse more than once? I would have walked off for sure.

  • GAO
    GAO 4 months ago +4

    when she said you'll be able to survive this, she meant that she would be able to survive not being chosen and being sent home

  • Jackie Carzello
    Jackie Carzello 4 months ago

    0:30 I'm so glad how much society has grown since those times because living during those times were just awful, especially as a woman. There was so much judgement, expectations, unacceptance and discrimination and it was wrongly encouraged and justified. There are still some those things today but definitely not as much as it was back then. A lot of those toxic behaviors are being called out and unacceptable now. There is much more acceptance and recognition and support for people now and that's why I don't understand why people say the past was better.

  • MegoRex
    MegoRex 18 days ago

    The crazy thing was, I loved the photography bc I was in art school for photography… it didn’t occur to me at the time how awful these shows were and looking back I feel guilt for loving them at the time.

  • Porsche Gregory
    Porsche Gregory 4 months ago

    I was in my early 20s when this show first came out and annoyed 😒 by all the other girls imitating what they thought was beautiful. It also reminded me of why I was never interested in watching it nor wanted to model ever. On the plus side, I’m glad Yaya DaCosta stuck around Hollywood. She’s a great actress on Chicago Med and more recently, Our Kind of People.

  • J_G
    J_G 4 months ago

    I used to watch this when I was a teen. I remember thinking “oh that’s kinda mean” about Janet but also thinking that the models should just suck it up. I never comprehended how truly terrible these “judges” were until I looked back as an adult. I feel bad for thinking the girls should just do as they’re told because I thought that is what models are supposed to do to be successful. I only watched the first two seasons then lost interest,.
    I do remember thinking “that’s messed up” when they put them in physical danger (like an episode where they had these incredibly slender girls, almost naked, on top of a windy building during winter... like, wtf.) It never registered that their words were just as cruel.

  • Brenda Maricel
    Brenda Maricel 3 months ago

    6:15 I'm convinced they knew it and that's why they did that photoshoot, reality shows love putting their participants in that kind of situations. Love from Argentina 🇦🇷

  • Philip
    Philip 4 months ago

    I would love to see this program and cast in a 2022 version of ANTM with some woke, entitled and karens girls. That would brighten a lot of peoples days...🤣 😂 🤣 😂

  • OutiKoo
    OutiKoo 4 months ago

    I've sprained my ankles painfully so many times in a past (before I found barefoot shoes) and seeing other people hurt their ankles makes me nauseous and I couldn't watch that shoe part. I never watched that show and after seeing this video I'm quite happy for that.

  • Addi Pose
    Addi Pose 3 months ago +1

    I never watched this show growing up, and I’m very glad for that now...this is horrific to put it nicely...

  • Sierra
    Sierra 4 months ago +699

    The fact that this show ran for SO long and even spread to multiple countries that had their own versions BAFFLES me. I hope all the participants on this show are doing ok emotionally

    • Carla Kroeze
      Carla Kroeze Month ago +3

      I used to watch Germany's Next Top Model, hosted by Heidi Klum. When the models were given an exercise that required them to insult each other, they refused. Heidi agreed that the exercise was hurtful and cancelled it. The whole series was much less offensive.

    • Tomiri A.
      Tomiri A. 2 months ago +2

      @RecoveringChristian I've said there actually are problems in Italian television. Never denied. I just said there weren't in this particular show.
      Moreover Berlusconi is still a despicable person that had never said the right thing in his life, please don't think everyone has the same feelings or opinions. Politicians, especially in Italy, rarely represent the population's opinions and feelings, since money and family influence moves the world.

    • RecoveringChristian
      RecoveringChristian 2 months ago

      @Tomiri A. lol one of your ministers was literally in blackface recently over a year ago. In 2007: the preamble to Barack and Michelle Obama entering the WH in 2008, your prime Minister and first lady made racist remarks about the first black POTUS/FLOTUS. But yes thank goodness that didn't translate to italy's next top model and was just relegated to ANTM only, sure sure 😉😉😉

    • Surftouka
      Surftouka 2 months ago +2

      @Tomiri A. I watched it 2 years in Greece s Next Top Model and I feel same with Italy. I didn't see the recent one but don't remember the other 2 being anywhere near as bad as the US ones.

    • Tomiri A.
      Tomiri A. 2 months ago +2

      I watched Italian version (Italia's next top model), it was not as rude, uncomfortable and plain mysoginistic and homophobic as the US one. True, it was in the 2007 so in Italy there were not enough open-mindness in television (that lacks still now, even if some changes were made, but it's another matter), but some outrageous behaviors were luckily left in the USA.

  • Zayna Lucy
    Zayna Lucy 4 months ago

    I had my mouth open the entire time.... wtaf! Especially shocked Tyra allowed this on her show! 😳🤦‍♀️

  • Älatar
    Älatar 3 months ago

    Watched this show whenever my dad had it on. He would always say “quit whining” whenever the girls would cry. Really messed with a growing girls way of handling emotions.

  • Deal With it
    Deal With it 4 months ago

    I remember the show not being fun. I wanted to be on it so I could get talked shit to and laugh. I also wanted to go on American idol and get talked shit to by Simon. Thank him and say that was my goal, well actually it was for him to praise me but I realized I needed to have talent for that and went for plan B 🤣

  • Aline Carter
    Aline Carter 2 months ago

    Watching these episodes back my jaw is dropping and I look back now and I’m like “why did we all love this show so much?!” They are so rude and just so out of line!! Those women that went through all that, damn!!
    But I also think about that ticktock filter that shows what you would look like if you were a different ethnicity. And that trend went viral!!

  • Mohona Mukherjee
    Mohona Mukherjee 4 months ago +141

    This doesn't even cover the WORST stuff I've seen on ANTM:
    1. A young model calling out a show extra ( a male model called for one shoot) for touching and groping her unnecessarily on the shoot even when she said no. He was literally grinding up on her. The whole thing was caught on camera. The judges berated HER, told her she should have let it go and after all, it was supposed to be a "sensuous" shoot so why did she look so frozen in her photograph. My GOD.
    Not ONE person during the shoot or afterwards told the male model to stop or leave. Not ONE.
    2. A black model was forced to KISS a male model extra who OUTRIGHT said to her " I don't like black girls."
    TYRA, you are a BLACK WOMAN. HOW did this shit happen?!!!

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 4 months ago +4

      As someone who has been sexually harassed in a workplace before, it's bad enough having it happen to you, but to get BERATED for it!!!!! That's flat out victim blaming. That guy should get arrested for harassing this poor girl.

    • MossyBallerina
      MossyBallerina 4 months ago +5

      @Forge Norman Yeeep. I mean, to be fair, the contestant didn't specify how serious the allergy is-- for example, I'm allergic to bees but not in a life threatening way, I just swell up a lot where I was stung. But she was certainly a bit scared of the bees, and mentioned she was allergic and scared of being stung and they just... did not give a fuck. The show was SO messed up tbh.

    • Mohona Mukherjee
      Mohona Mukherjee 4 months ago +4

      @MossyBallerina Goodness that is horrific... but unsurprising given ANTM...

    • Mohona Mukherjee
      Mohona Mukherjee 4 months ago +3

      @LillyVaughn It was beyond disgusting!

  • Melanie Ghalambor
    Melanie Ghalambor 4 months ago

    I'm sure Tyra experienced a lot of trauma when she was first starting out. But given her experiences, you'd think she would want to create a safer environment and have young women go through less trauma than she did instead of being the one dishing it out.

  • Michelle Pane
    Michelle Pane 2 months ago

    This is a gooood one! So glad you're bring this BS to light! Our bodies are OUR BODIES - how can they be so damn mean and keep a straight face??? This is straight-ass bullying!!! Just awful. DO BETTER ANTM! Thank you for doing whatcha do Charlotte!

  • IamMe
    IamMe 4 months ago

    This show triggered me and my weight. After the first season I developed an eating disorder because I wanted to be as thin as Elyse. Not blaming the show for my ED but it definitely egged it on.

  • Dana K
    Dana K 4 months ago +1

    When I was a chubby tween, I watched ANTM obsessively for several months after discovering it. I wanted sooo badly to be even the ugliest of those models. I went cold turkey after watching an episode where Tyra went off on a model who because she'd gained 5 lbs. She was recovering from anorexia, but Tyra chewed her out saying "Your body is your temple!!" It hit me all of a sudden how awful it would be to be a contestant because it's considered acceptable for your teacher and job trainer to belittle you for saving yourself from a life-threatening disorder.

  • Charlotteatethecat
    Charlotteatethecat 4 months ago +339

    I’m so glad you included that clip of Yaya, because it still upsets and disgusts me to this day, with them expecting her to use that cheap knockoff stereotypical hat, when she explains why she chose her hat, and why she didn’t choose that hat. And they come at her like she’s being defensive. No. She explained why not, just because their expectations were for her to choose that and she didn’t….nah, fuck them. Also apologies Charlotte this became a rant. I love you, you’re great! ❤️

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige 4 months ago +2

      I loved Yaya's outfit. I think it's ridiculous they not called her defensive for explaining herself, but also that she APOLOGIZED for it & they made her apologize to a HAT, an inanimate object.

    • Robert Nieves
      Robert Nieves 4 months ago +6

      Yaya went on to play Whitney friggin Houston after this. I'd say Yaya is having the last laugh.

    • Bookluver29
      Bookluver29 4 months ago +3

      Also - there was no way to come out on top in that case. They were railing her for being too 'african' and also for not choosing to embody the cartoonish stereotype? What?

    • Layla
      Layla 4 months ago +5

      I knew it was Yaya! I religiously love to watch her acting in Chicago Med🥰

    • Rustin Stardust
      Rustin Stardust 4 months ago +7

      Same. She was adorable and her style was fresh. And *damn* I'm so impressed with how she stood up for herself in front of a celebrity and on tv. Even though she apologized later, she was still surprisingly strong.

  • Silver Tulip
    Silver Tulip 4 months ago +1

    You forgot to add that just as they denigrated the first girl's tooth gap, in a later season they forced a girl to *increase* her teeth gap to emulate classic supermodel Lauren Hutton. This involved permanently grinding off part of her teeth! They are such f&*$ing hypocrites.

  • Sami Rezler
    Sami Rezler 4 months ago

    Girl, we watched that show for the drama, and you KNOW it. I must be different cuz I didn't wanna be on it. I wanted to be on the one where they do the creepy/scifi/fantasy makeups as a model. I thought that show was epic AF.
    And yep, this show had those moments, they haven't been canceled, and mostly because our generation was able to see things at face value, although, yes...that moment was really out there. I was unable to watch it and I am one of those people who is more than happy to let things be what they are, and that was just 😳

  • Dominika Kratochvíl

    Funny how in early episodes they call girl with size 4“ plus size” and now they say that girl with size 8 is barely plus size. And how they wanted “fix” that tooth gap, but in following seasons they MAKE a tooth gap, because another famous model had it 😂😂😂

  • MarieWolf_94
    MarieWolf_94 4 months ago

    bruhhhh, i dont remember ANTM being this savage! i use to watch this all the time as a young girl and pre-teen/young teen and loved Tyra since she encouraged young women to be fierce and confident in themselves. i mustve seen the tamer, more chill episodes lol

  • Kaye McKeeth
    Kaye McKeeth 4 months ago +342

    Considering Tyra is known to be an awful person to work for, started an MLM where she scammed her fans, I'm not surprised she tried to mess with young women's psyche for the production of the show. I really doubt SHE did any of this stuff.

    • Chrystal Rhoades
      Chrystal Rhoades 4 months ago +2

      I was getting ready to sat that she went on to create a MLM line.

    • Teresa Howick
      Teresa Howick 4 months ago +6

      @Alissa Wellner I’m not giving her that excuse. I get where you’re coming from but as far as I know, of all the supermodels, she is the only mean one. I’m sure they were all treated badly. Why is she the only one like this?

  • Caz Street
    Caz Street 4 months ago

    Dude...
    I've had friends that think a tooth gap is sexy, another finds facial scars are sexy... so the "fashion industry" tends to do more harm than good...
    to everyone involved...

  • Pam S
    Pam S 4 months ago

    And this confirms that I was right not to watch that show. Never seen so many people (judges) up their own 'bleep'

  • Norm Rayos
    Norm Rayos 4 months ago +1

    “Do you remember it being problematic?”
    In the first season they always referred to one contestant who was maybe a size 8-10 (?) as ‘plus-size’. ....yeah, my overweight high school ass had a reeeeeally big problem with that. Lol

  • LindaVictoria95
    LindaVictoria95 4 months ago

    I remember growing up to this and the one season that wanted to get rid of ‘fix’ that woman’s tooth gap because it wasn’t the ‘standard’ then seasons later they wanted to actually gap another woman’s teeth so she’d be more quirky or something I can’t really remember. It’s such a contradictory problematic chaotic show. I still love the first season because nostalgia though.

  • Sharon McShane
    Sharon McShane 4 months ago +268

    I never watched this show, and can’t believe that this psychological abuse was allowed on air.

    • SupaSillyMexi
      SupaSillyMexi 4 months ago

      same, I never watched the show I've only every seen snippets of people talking about it but OH MY GOSH it was way more horrible than I could have ever possibly imagined

    • SupaSillyMexi
      SupaSillyMexi 4 months ago +1

      @Wolfiecharm I understand it being different but HOLY CRAP Blackface?! and making one of the black girls white?! jeeeeeeeeeez

    • Solitude
      Solitude 4 months ago +15

      It was still disgusting at the time. I watched a little bit and went hell no

    • Wolfiecharm
      Wolfiecharm 4 months ago +8

      It was a different time back when it aired (about 10 years ago I think) don't know if it's still going and if they still pull that shit

  • Vanessa Whitehead
    Vanessa Whitehead 2 months ago

    I have never watched this show. I've seen a few clips, and that was enough for me. It's soul sucking, misogynistic, narcissistic, they gaslight and manipulate, and if you've ever been bullied, very triggering. I'd like to see the tables turned on these "judges" and let THEM get bullied like they do these poor girls.

  • Valerie Linares
    Valerie Linares 4 months ago +1

    I never saw a single episode of this show. Thank you for showing me I missed nothing - or if anything, I ditched that ugly dumpster fire of a show!

  • surlywithfabshoes
    surlywithfabshoes 2 months ago

    Tiffany was a BEAST! I especially liked the scene when she was supposed to speak with a different dialect and she said, ‘ I can barely speak English’🤣.and when Tyra was trying to be all dramatic like ‘a mom’ when she got eliminated. It wasn’t about Tiffany, it was about Tyra’s self-inflated ego and her belief that she is the be all, end all ruler of the world 🙄.

  • TurdFurgeson571
    TurdFurgeson571 15 hours ago

    I think this show was great. If you want to submit to the egotistical whims of horrible people who think tearing others down is a way to elevate themselves then do so with eyes wide open. The show reveals the nature of the industry. It's just a fog of pretense and narcissism with no legitimate contribution to the world. Good luck.

  • Raspberry Rumi
    Raspberry Rumi 4 months ago +2223

    Charlotte, you should react to Say Yes to the Dress
    Edit: Yall tysm for all the likes! 😭

    • Hope
      Hope 4 months ago

      Y do people edit an say “thanks for the likes “ ?

    • Your Inner Lawyer
      Your Inner Lawyer 4 months ago

      Never saw that show, but I vote yes. 🙋‍♀️

    • Raspberry Rumi
      Raspberry Rumi 4 months ago +1

      @Autumn leaves SAME!

    • Autumn leaves
      Autumn leaves 4 months ago +1

      I pray that her liking this idea means she'll do it... and I don't actually pray ever 😂

    • Mymusic
      Mymusic 4 months ago

      YES PLEASE!!!

  • 有頭騎士 Rider
    有頭騎士 Rider 4 months ago

    I once took the first half of a fashion course, and I decided to not take the second because I felt the industry is too toxic. The second half of the course has a final runway show at the end, and me and some other students volunteered to help to see what the second half was going to be like. The school hired a professional runway instructor, and half the time she was yelling at people and swearing, and we were just students! I couldn’t tell if she had already toned her attitude down for us, or if that was her usual style. Either way it was equally terrifying, and to think she’s just one of the many in the field.

  • Brienna
    Brienna 4 months ago

    I want more vids of this, please.
    There are, for a few years now, plus-size models. I even remember Tyra being a part of that, helping them get into the modeling career. I was confused why she was their "mentor" after what she had said to these models in this video. People, like Tyra, have been brainwashed. I really can't stand that there are people like her who actually see skinny people with a belly as plus-size. Like, have they never read how sizes work? Sizes 5-8 are nowhere in the plus-size area!

  • A.B.
    A.B. 4 months ago

    The real question is, what does modeling as a profession say about our culture?

  • Eliza Bassett-Wilson
    Eliza Bassett-Wilson 4 months ago

    I watch about one and a half episodes of ANTM (and every single Brad Mondo reaction video) before I gave the show a big NOPE!
    I was the weirdo who loved fashion and gorgeous cars, but didn’t wear makeup, constantly dressed like I was about to head into a dance class or horseback lesson, and refused to get a driver’s license until my parents bought me a car in my mid-twenties.
    Honestly, I thought I had the perfect way to get out of driving when I told them I’d get my license if the got me a Prius… I haven’t tried to bluff my parents since.