'America's Next Top Model' eliminates female model Ivy Timlin
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 09/02/2014
America's Next Top Model eliminated Ivy Timlin during The CW's broadcast of the 21st season's third episode Friday night.
Ivy, a 5'8" 20-year-old from Buffalo, NY, was ousted from the competition after she found herself in the bottom two alongside Will Jardell, a 6'4 3/4" 23-year-old from Nederland, TX.
The female and male model landed in the bottom two based upon their total combined scores from the judges and viewers for a challenge and photo shoot. The challenge required the models to walk a runway covered only in silly string, so they were basically nude. Keith Carlos, a 6'1" 26-year-old from Bridgeport, CT, won the challenge and received the key to the Tyra suite.
For the photo shoot, the contestants had to pose while being drenched in buckets of water from above their heads.
Ivy received 21 points from Top Model's judges, six points for the challenge and 5.8 points from the fans. Her overall score was 32.8.
Will received 21 points from the judges, seven points for the challenge and 5.1 points from the fans. His overall score was 33.1.
Best photo of the week -- and the week's highest score -- went to Keith, who scored 41.8 total points. He earned 26 points from the judges, a perfect score of 10 points for the challenge, and a 5.8 fan vote,
Tyra's call-out order was as follows: Keith, Lenox Tillman, Mirjana Puhar, Matthew Smith, Denzel Wells, Chantelle Brown-Young, Ben Schreen, Romeo Tostado, Kari Calhoun, Adam Smith, Raelia Lewis, and Shei Phan. Will and Ivy were therefore left in the bottom two.
Tyra revealed Ivy will enter the second-chance competition in which eliminated models will participate in every photo shoot of the season with the hopes of earning a social-media score high enough to re-enter the original running to become "America's Next Top Model."