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jhanson - August 13, 2015

Angelea Preston won season 400 of America's Next Top Model, a show which doesn't generate America's next top models. She claims her crown was taken away however when it was discovered she was once a prostitute, because there's a huge difference between modeling and prostitution, namely modeling ups your fee. Clearly it's possible the producers just re edited the show, since it's not real. Preston is suing Tyra Banks and the show's real producers due to mistreatment. Apparently she's unaware nobody, especially the people who make reality TV, have any respect for the people participating in reality TV. This is to foster a nature of them being expendable and coming back for more and it works marvelously. Aside from not drawing that distinction, Preston appears to not understand how TV production works period:

"I used to admire Tyra so much. I wanted to be like her. I don't want to be like her now. Tyra was non existent. The only time we saw Tyra was at panel. Tyra never came in to talk to us personally. When the cameras stopped rolling it's like she's a stranger."

Yeah ding dong it's because she doesn't really like you and it's a fucking TV show. Preston goes on to complain about shooting long hours and a bunch of other shit she signed off on in her non union contract. She looks forward to a day when all of Tyra's victims can line up together "Like the victims of Bill Cosby" and tell their stories. Sure, let's make it a 99 Cent Store catalog as long as you're all there. Define victim again English major. You with the face: Put that granola bar down and get back to work.

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