'America's Next Top Model' cuts Nina Burns and Jeremy Rohmer in special double-elimination
By Reality TV World staff, 10/21/2013
America's Next Top Model eliminated Nina Burns and Jeremy Rohmer from the competition during The CW's broadcast of the twentieth season's twelfth episode Friday night.
Nina, a 5' 8 1/2" 18-year-old student from New York, NY, and Jeremy, a 6' 3" 19-year-old nutritional supplement salesman from Mission Viejo, CA, were eliminated from the competition after they found themselves in the bottom three alongside Chris Hernandez, a 6' 1 1/2" 25-year-old doorman and security guard from North Bergen, NJ.
Nina, Jeremy and Chris landed in the bottom three based upon their total combined scores from Top Model's judges and viewers for a photo shoot which required the contestants to wear green clothes and pose in Bali's green rice fields.
There was no challenge this week. Instead, the models got to have some fun. Some of the contestants got a "spiritual healing," while others observed monkeys. They all also got to ride elephants at the Elephant Safari Park and received some personal time with Tyra Banks, who attempted to get to know her models a little better.
At panel, Nina received a score of six from both judges Kelly Cutrone and Rob Evans, as well as a score of eight from Tyra. She was the first of the three models eliminated with her low overall score of 26.9. Surprisingly, Nina's ouster followed two weeks of receiving "best photo" in a row.
Jeremy was eliminated next with his overall score of 27.7. He received a score of seven from all three judges.
Chris was deemed safe thanks to his overall score of 28.5. He earned seven points from Kelly and eight points from both Tyra and Rob.
"Best photo" of the week went to Jourdan Miller, a 6' 0" unemployed 19-year-old from Bend, OR, who received the overall highest score of 33.0.
Tyra's call-out order was as follows: Jourdan; Marvin Cortes, 32.7; Cory Hindorff, 30.0; Renee Bhagwandeen, 29.2; Chris; Jeremy; and Nina.
(Photo credit The CW)
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