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'America's Next Top Model' Ditches Its Age Limit

Sick of your job? In need of a career and/or life overhaul? Why not become a supermodel? 

America's Next Top Model, the Tyra Banks-created show that taught a generation of people about smizing and strutting, has officially ditched its age limit.

The show previously was capping contestants at 27, but Tyra and the gang have acknowledged that the age limit is unreasonable, especially since models of all ages are landing major contracts. Now catwalker wannabes of all ages have a shot at stardom, regardless of when they were born.

Tyra Banks on Twitter

Apply Now!!! #michellemockcasting Send 3 pics,Name,Age,stats + Contact Info to [email protected] U.S. Citizens https://t.co/A7lUJ7rVv4

If you're always dreamt of seeing your face on billboards, it's time to get your headshots ready and start practicing your poses in the mirror. Your big break could be just around the corner.

 

Lauren Levine is a freelance writer who has contributed to publications and websites including The Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, Bustle, Thought Catalog, The Charlotte Observer, U.S. News & World Report, and others. She’s also the co-host of The Margarita Confessionals podcast. Say hi on Twitter, @lifewithlauren1.