Top Model fans must wait more than two months for the show's return.

The CW has announced the 21st season of America's Next Top Model will premiere on Friday, August 22 at 9PM ET/PT.

Hosted by creator and lead judge Tyra Banks, the second "Guys and Girls" edition of Top Model will feature seven men and seven women living under one roof and battling it out to earn the title of "America's Next Top Model."

Sitting next to Banks on the judging panel will be fashion public relations maven Kelly Cutrone as well as J. "Miss J." Alexander. He served as a regular judge on the series from its fifth to thirteenth season. J. Alexander then took on the role of runway coach and guest judge up until the conclusion of Season 18. He left the show entirely for its nineteenth and twentieth editions.  

Male model Rob Evans will no longer be serving as a Top Model judge.

In addition, Yu Tsai, a renowned photographer, will be joining the series as the new photo shoot creative consultant. Tsai has helped launch the careers of supermodels including Kate Upton and has worked on campaigns with national brands such as GUESS.

It still remains unclear whether former creative consultant Johnny Wujek and blogger BryanBoy will remain a part of the show.

America's Next Top Model's 21st season will offer its winner the following prize package: a fashion feature in NYLON Magazine, a $100,000 national ad campaign with GUESS, and the opportunity to sign a modeling contract with Next Model Management.

The CW announced it had renewed Top Model for a 21st season back in late October.