When The WB and UPN joined forces this year to form The CW Television Network, its first scheduled programme was America's Next Top Model 7.
The show is just like its other six predecessors but of course with an all-new cast of 13 models who want to make it big. Cycle 7 provides plenty of new surprises such as the show's first set of twins, Amanda and Michelle.
Tyra Banks comes back again to host and judge.
The competition gets fierce and feisty for the seventh cycle of America's Next Top Model, as the 13 finalists fight to make their dreams of becoming a top model a reality.
This season, an incredible transformation takes place as the finalists face tougher challenges and live the high life participating in glamorous photo shoots all while living under one roof in a posh Los Angeles mansion.
During this cycle, the 13 participants live together and ferociously vie for the grand prize, competing in a highly accelerated modeling boot camp.
The participants' abilities are tested each week as they strive to master the runway, fashion photo shoots, perfect publicity skills and learn the business aspects of becoming a supermodel, all under 24-hour-a-day surveillance of the America's Next Top Model cameras.
Throughout the season, supermodel Tyra Banks, art director of photo shoots Jay Manuel, and runway guru J. Alexander mentor the participants.
Banks leads the panel of America's Next Top Model judges, comprised of leading fashion industry experts, including supermodel Twiggy, photographer Nigel Barker and runway expert J. Alexander, who closely evaluate the progress of the models to narrow the field each week.
In addition, special guest judges appear to critique within his or her area of expertise.
Season 7 Models
A.J. Stewart, a 20-year-old student from Sacramento, California
Amanda Babin, an 18-year-old bookstore sales associate (and twin) from Anaheim, California
Anchal Joseph, a 19-year-old sales clerk from Homestead, Florida
Brooke Miller, an 18-year-old atudent from Keller, Texas
CariDee English, a 21-year-old photographer from Fargo, North Dakota
Christian Evans, a 19-year-old bank teller from Columbia, South Carolina
Eugena Washington, a 21-year-old customer service representative from Palmdale, California
Jaeda Young, an 18-year-old student from Parkersburg, Iowa
Megan Morris, a 23-year-old bartender from San Francisco, California
Megg Morales, an 18-year-old retail clerk from Los Angeles, California
Melrose Bickerstaff, a 23-year-old fashion designer from San Francisco, California
Michelle Babin, an 18-year-old student (and twin) from Anaheim, California
Monique Calhoun, a 19-year-old marketing representative from Chicago, Illinois
When the FOX Life channel debuted in October 2016, the channel began broadcasting Seasons 7 and 8, the only two seasons that had never aired in South Africa.