"America's Next Top Model" is headed back to The CW for another cycle ... and this time it has quite the twist.
When Tyra Banks sent former judges Nigel Barker, Jay Manuel and J. Alexander packing, she went on the hunt for a new set of judges and ended up landing male model Rob Evans and PR maven Kelly Cutrone, who served as a judge in Cycle 18. Johnny Wujek, stylist to the stars, has also joined the team as the show's new creative consultant.
In honor of Banks' recent graduation from Harvard Business School, Cycle 19 of the series -- which will be moving to Friday nights at 8 p.m. ET -- will focus on students seeking all different kinds of education, from four-year colleges and universities to beauty school students.
The upcoming season of 'ANTM' will also feature audience participation. Beginning May 24, fans will have two opportunities each week to vote online at www.cwtv.com to choose their favorite contestants. The judges will use these scores to help determine who gets kicked off the show each week.
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