The drama is high and the fashion is higher in the second season of the hugely popular AMERICAâ€™S NEXT TOP MODEL(TM). From a bartender to a wire stripper to an account executive, the twelve model hopefuls compete for the highly-coveted prizes and the admiration of Tyra Banks and her judges.
Things get off to a tense start when the first assignment is in the nude, and one model refuses to pose. Although that is tame compared to what comes later as a contestant lets the studio lights go to her head and risks her relationship with the boyfriend she left back home. Find out who will fall victim to fashion and who will be AMERICAâ€™S NEXT TOP MODEL(TM) in this 3-disc DVD set including revealing special features.
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Genre: Reality TV
Run Time: 509 Min Final Format: DVD - NTSC Year: 2004
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Survivor: Guatemala, the eleventh season in the long-running series, strands the competitors in the dense jungles of Guatemala amidst the backdrop of the beautiful Mayan ruins. A diverse group of castaways, including ex-NFL quarterback Gary Hogeboom, are divided into two tribes, the NakÃºm and the YaxhÃ¡. After the tribes are formed, the cast sees the welcome return of fan-favorites Stephenie LaGrossa and Bobby Jon Drinkard from Survivor: Palau. Things start off with a brutal 11-mile hike through the Guatemalan Jungle and donâ€™t get any easier from there. In a cast that contains an ex-football player and an ivy-league student, everyone tries to keep their identity a secret to avoid being singled out by their teammates. Double crosses, tribe switches, and the introduction of the â€˜hidden idolâ€™ keep things fresh and exciting in the eleventh season. Watch as the castaways battle it out and discover for yourself who will be the sole survivor in this 5-disc DVD set.
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