America's Next Top Model, Cycle 3 debuted on September 22, 2004. It was the third season of America's Next Top Model hosted by supermodel Tyra Banks. It was the first cycle to gain partnership with cosmetics magnate CoverGirl and ran weekly commercials during the show named Beauty Tip of the Week with Jay Manuel and Elsa Benitez as well as the CoverGirl of the Week contest. Also the cast was increased to 14 contestants. The season's catch-phrase was "Beauty In Progress".
The prizes for this cycle are:
- A modeling contract with Ford Models.
- A fashion spread and cover in Elle Magazine.
- A US$100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics.
The following prizes have been removed:
- A modeling contract with IMG Models.
- A fashion spread and cover in Jane Magazine.
- A cosmetics campaign with Sephora.
The international destinations during this cycle were Montego Bay, Jamaica (for one episode) and Tokyo, Japan, the series first visit in Asia and cross the International Date Line.
The winner was 19 year-old Eva Pigford from Los Angeles, California.
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