America's Next Top Model, Cycle 11

America's Next Top Model, Cycle 11 is the eleventh cycle of the reality series America's Next Top Model created by supermodel and television personality Tyra Banks. This was the fifth season to be aired on The CW network. The promotional catchphrase of this cycle is "Feel The Love."

The prizes for this cycle are:

  • A modeling contract with Elite Model Management.
  • A fashion spread and cover in Seventeen.
  • A US$100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics.

Approximately the first half of the competition took place in Los Angeles, moving the show back from New York City where it was held last season. The international destination for the final episodes of the cycle was Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The promotional song was "When I Grow Up" by the Pussycat Dolls.

The winner was 19-year-old Brittany "McKey" Sullivan from Lake Forest, Illinois

Read more about America's Next Top Model, Cycle 11:  Season Summary, Contestants, Post Top Model Careers

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