It’s time to reapply that smeared mascara and glue those fake lashes back on—America’s Next Top Model might not be dust in the wind after all. Following reports of the beloved reality series being canceled after 22 cycles, Deadline is now saying that the show could find life on another network.
After all, how can we live in a world without epic meltdowns over a dramatic haircuts, phone arguments over someone possibly cheating, or models failing to remember three simple lines for a CoverGirl commercial shoot? Short answer: We can’t.
According to reports, executive producer and showrunner Ken Mok is working on a reboot with support from Tyra Banks. However, it looks like the model-turned-actress-turned-tv personality-turned-entrepreneur-turned-producer may not be the host. (RIP, Tyra Mail.)
Let’s face the facts: Even if the show—which debuted in 2003 on UPN—does return on another network, it won’t be the same. Who else is going to teach us the ever-popular booty tooch, the difference between smizing and crazy eyes, and how to turn a pose from hoochie to top model? Like Highlander says, there can only be one [Tyra Banks].