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September 29, 2011  | by: Stephanie Scott

Kelly Cutrone

Looks like America’s Next Top Model may be getting a diva swap! Kelly Cutrone, head of fashion public relations firm People’s Revolution, will be replacing Vogue editor-at-large, Andre Leon Talley.

Talley will leave the series after the 17th season wraps up. Talley joined ANTM after Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model, Paulina Porizkova left, and has been a judge for four seasons, including the “All-Star Cycle.”

Andre Leon Talley

Since he began on ANTM, his title at Vogue has changed from editor-at-large to contributing editor. Maybe Anna Wintour misses him and wants him to be more prominent now? Who knows.

Kelly Cutrone on The Hills and The City

Cutrone has appeared on The Hills and The City. She served as Lauren Conrad’s employer on The Hills, and Whitney Port’s mentor, as well as employer, on The City.

Cutrone was given her own show on Bravo called Kell on Earth after appearing on these reality shows, which she also executive produced. The show doesn’t look like it will be coming back on anytime soon though.

The new ANTM judge has also published two books, is a correspondent for Dr. Phil, and was casting for a new MTV show earlier this year.

Oh, and Cutrone will still be at the People’s Revolution shows, in case you were wondering!

Talley will be missed, but Cutrone makes for entertaining television! Hopefully those models can handle her cut-throat demeanor or they may be booted. Talley out, Cutrone in.

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