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This is it! This is your ticket out of brokeassdom! That is, as long as you’re at least 5’7″ and a female between the ages of 18 and 27. You probably need to possess some kind of unique beauty, too. Oh, and you’ll have to be okay with forfeiting your privacy. But if you have all of those things, then you qualify to audition for a spot on Cycle 17 of America’s Next Top Model!

So Tyra won’t really be there, but if your runway walk is fierce, you might make it past the first round of screening. Of course, there are some eligibility requirements which you can read here.  For further informations, refer to the official casting site.

Now, the casting is taking place in Danville today, which I hear is a bit of a hike, but frankly, I think it’s worth it. You never know what’s in store. You could be the next face (or butt) of Apple Bottom Jeans.

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America’s Next Top Model Casting Call
3600 Blackhawk Plaza Circle
Danville, CA
Today, Saturday 19th, 11am-3pm

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Mia is a nice Italian girl from an exotic Italian colony called New Jersey.  She studied English Literature and Screenwriting at Drexel University in Philadelphia and has no intention of ever being a teacher.  Instead, she produces low-budget films with her crew/friends, one of which actually won a contest hosted by AMC and judged by Mr. Robert (Rob) Zombie.  She currently lives and loves in beautiful Oakland, California, which, she maintains, is just as great as and even sunnier than San Francisco.