With Tyra Banks on screen, "America's Next Top Model" will never lack for outsized personalities. But the modeling show may be losing one of its biggest personalities yet.
Page Six reports that Andre Leon Talley, Vogue editor-at-large and judge on "ANTM," will be leaving after the shoe's seventeen "cycle."
The change would come after four seasons for Talley, who carved out a space on the show with his extravagant muumuus, distinctive lingo ("dreckitude," anyone?) and generally larger-than-life presence (the man is six-foot-seven, after all).
So who could fill those shoes? Why, Kelly Cutrone, of course. The People's Revolution PR maven and reality TV vet is rumored to be Talley's replacement, writes Page Six.
While Cutrone does have plenty of experience dishing out harsh on-camera sound bytes (you don't get starring roles on two MTV reality shows and your own Bravo show without an acid tongue), we wonder if Cutrone's got the right fashion cred to be critiquing high-fashion editorial spreads.
What do you think: would Cutrone be an improvement for "America's Next Top Model" or a step in the wrong direction?
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