At this point, the shame of being on a Tyra Banks program probably doesn’t seem so bad anymore. Cari Dee English is shown at the CW Network 2008 Upfronts on 5/13/08, thanks to WENN.

The end of America's Next Top Model All-Stars is nigh, and if this week's episode is any indication, it will come not with a bang, but a whimper.

It's been clear throughout the season that Tyra and the producers weren't entirely sure what an All-Stars event would mean.

He was discovered two years ago when he was doing some training to become a boxer once he left London to try his luck in the runway there was no turning back.

He was usually referred to as the Yung Tyson Beckford (which is a good thing, Cindy Crawford’s fast success was because some think of her as the new baby Gia in reference to the late model Gia Carangi).

Rob appeared in Madonna’s music video “Girl Gone Wild”.

He participated in the Trussardi AW11 show in Florence and Givenchy, Jeremy Scott, Jean Paul Gaultier.I can't believe that I miss the slog of the Covergirl commercials or that frisson of stress that the go-sees provide, but either would have been far better than this installment. Apparently, the winner of ANTM this cycle also gets a blog on Vogue Italia, which, if it appeared in actual print, would be presumably used to wrap fried fish with. People typing frantically while eating rinds of cheese they found in the back corner of the fridge is just not going to bring in those ratings.And yet, that was what the ladies had to do: Write a blog post (everyone kept saying to write "a blog" which added to the general confusion and terribleness) about being in Crete, to be judged by Nigel and impresario Franca Sozzani.Not to mention that this weird ego extravaganza took two days to execute, and that the second part will determine the finale.Not only was the challenge every film teacher's worst nightmare, but it gave very little chance for the remaining four girls to display their talents in any real way.Apparently Modelland is overrun with glitter cats and "smells like blood oranges," but as to the actual plot of the book, your guess is as good as mine.