Episode after episode through 16 cycles of “America’s Next Top Model,” viewers have watched and waited for executive producer, host and judge Tyra Banks to announce a winner and induce a flood of tears as the triumphant winners from Adrienne Curry to Brittani Kline rejoice in their glorious achievement on the road from obscurity to fame, at the very least of the TV sort.
After the CW Network series caps off its “All-Stars” edition for the 17th cycle, the public will get to take home a product inspired by this emotional finish. Dream Come True, the first fragrance associated with “America’s Next Top Model” developed under license by Santa Monica, Calif.-based Hatch Beauty, will hit Target stores in January in an exclusive arrangement with the retailer.
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