Celebrity guests will include actress and fashion icon Zendaya Coleman, social-media star and record producer DJ Khaled, recording artist Tinashe, singer and So You Think You Can Dance judge Jason Derulo, and talk show host and former Dancing with the Stars contestant Amber Rose.
Additional celebrities who will appear on Season 23 are hip-hop artist French Montana, supermodel and Victoria Secret Angel Chanel Iman, model and social-media sensation Jasmine "Golden Barbie" Sanders, music video director Director X, and runway coach and international model Stacey McKenzie.
In seasons past, celebrity guests kick off challenges, inspire the contestants and occasionally serve as judges at panel.
As previously revealed, singer and actress Rita Ora will serve as the host of the show.
The winner of America's Next Top Model will receive $100,000, a commercial feature on behalf of Rimmel London, a fashion spread in Paper magazine, and an exclusive one-year talent deal with VH1.
The network's "reinvented" version of Top Model will premiere Monday, December 12 at 10PM ET/PT.
After The CW announced Top Model's cancellation in October 2015, VH1 revealed in February 2016 it had picked up the long-running reality series for a "reinvented" 23rd season that will still be executive produced -- although not hosted -- by Tyra Banks, who served as Top Model's host for all 22 prior seasons.
Top Model's 22nd edition, which was supposed to be its last, aired its finale in December 2015.
Banks had said the show ran its course creatively and producers wanted Top Model to go out on a high note. However, fellow executive producer Ken Mok immediately led an initiative to resurrect the show.