Here’s how it went down. Three America’s Next Top Model production staff waited up the front with two umbrellas in hand. The first girl came out with a headscarf wrapped around her face and huge dark glasses. She happened to be African American. The production staff rushed forward, attempting to cover her from view. The media also rushed forward, knocking the production staff aside… “TYRA! TYRA! How long are you here in New Zealand for? Happy Birthday Tyra! Tyra! Tyra! What can you tell us about the show? Why did you choose New Zealand? Tyra!!!!” I stood watching to one side, shouting at everyone. “That’s not Tyra! That’s a contestant!” Nobody listened to me. They all followed her outside, forming a giant cameraman scrum. The other contestants followed, virtually ignored by the media. There were either four or five girls, it was hard to say – they were moving so quickly. Three in particular were very strongly guarded, one (as you can see above) was allowed to be photographed. All I can gather from that is that there are three girls left in the competition but a few other decoy girls have been brought over here to confuse everybody.
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