Scores of women lined up outside the Westfield Vancouver mall on Saturday morning for their chance to be a contestant on “America’s Next Top Model.”
Contestants were photographed, walked the runway in front of the TV crews and answered a few questions. Videos will be mailed to Los Angeles and posted online so people can vote for their favorites, said Lance Heisler, spokesman for the Westfield Vancouver mall.
Bridget Saladino, another spokeswoman for the mall said about half of the contestants had Washington IDs, which was a higher percentage than when additions took place in Portland.
Competitors selected will compete in the show which airs locally on NW32TV.