"America's Next Top Model" could be from Michiana
GRANGER, Ind. – Hit reality show America’s Next Top Model was in town Saturday looking for prospective contestants to “strut their stuff.”
The tall, slender, and eye-catching women who auditioned were hoping they had what it takes to make it from the small town to the big city for some major exposure.
Some of the girls auditioning today were hoping to fulfill their childhood dreams. Potential contestant Keerah Carter said “I’ve always wanted to be a model, partly because when I was little I felt that was the only place I fit in since I was so tall. I looked in the magazines and thought ‘those girls look like me’ and so I felt like this is where I belong.”
The possible contestants must now wait for a phone call to find out if they impressed the show’s producers. Good luck to all who came out!