Tyra Banks attends 'America's Next Top Model' Cycle 22 premiere party at Greystone Manor in West Hollywood, California.

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It’s official! VH1 announced it will be the new home for the series.

Toni Akindele
Feb, 24, 2016

It’s official! On Tuesday VH1 announced it will be the new home for the America's Next Top Model. The show was thought to have ended its run in December after 12 years and 22 cycles on the CW and UPN after CW announced in October that the series was ending.

Tyra Banks and 'America's Next Top Model' Reportedly Headed to Vh1

VH1 will produce 14 episodes of the competition, but there’s a catch – while new mom Tyra Banks will remain in play as an executive producer of the reality show, she will not be returning to host. In a press release Banks stated, “After creating an incredible, global brand, I am beyond excited to have the show reborn. I will continue as Executive Producer, but must turn my attention to new business endeavors, so I want to find a new host.”

Tyra Banks Announces the End of 'America's Next Top Model'

Top Model fans can begin to rejoice. This upcoming season, the models won’t be the only ones getting a makeover. Who will be chosen to host cycle 23 of America’s Next Top Model?

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