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“It’s something that’s been on the tip of my fingers for so long, so it wasn’t necessarily difficult [to let go]. I wanted the show to continue; I wanted to keep it new.With me creating and owning a significant portion of the show, it’s in my best interests to keep it going and to keep it fresh.” And refresh, revitalize, and renew she has.Banks might not take a daily seat in the show’s editing bay or micro-manage production (she says she “used to have a problem” with the latter) anymore, but she still something to the program, which has come a long way under her wing — from cycle 1’s cramped, closet-sized judging room to a worldwide franchise that now boasts more than 20 international editions, including offshoots in Mongolia, Australia, Finland, Thailand, and the Caribbean.“Our current culture within this industry is no longer just about being beautiful and being able to walk.You have to be adaptable to : social media, businesses, working with brands, film, music… ” “We’re constantly looking at where the world is and [figuring out] how we can either join it or create new things to stay relevant.
I want to take this new revamped season and say, ‘Look, models.’” Being turned down for modeling jobs is something Banks herself is no stranger to and even incorporated the sting of rejection into the show’s track record of championing diversity and self-acceptance.