'ANTM' cycle 23 cast photos and bios released

Source: VH1
Source: VH1

The countdown to the next season of America's Next Top Model is on, with only a few days left until the 23rd cycle. The rebooted series, which features a new host and is airing on a new channel, will begin Monday, Dec. 12 at 10 p.m. Eastern on VH1. Rita Ora will host the show, replacing Tyra Banks, the series' creator, original host and executive producer. 

Judges of the aspiring models vying for the show's title include plus-size model Ashley Graham, stylist Law Roach and Paper magazine creative officer Drew Elliott. The 14 contestants, who come from different walks of life, will compete in fashion-related challenges and photo shoots. 

Meet ANTM's cycle 23 cast.

Binta Dibba

Binta Dibba
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VH1

Binta is 25 years old and from Seattle.

Cherish Waters

Cherish Waters
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VH1

Cherish is a 25 years old and from Los Angeles.  

Cody Wells

Cody Wells
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VH1

Cody is a 27-year-old from San Jose, California. 

CoryAnne Roberts

Cory Anne Roberts
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VH1

CoryAnne is a 19-year-old from Bali, Indonesia. 

Courtney Nelson

Courtney Nelson
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VH1

Courtney is 25 years old and is from San Francisco. 

Giah Hardeman

Giah Hardeman
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VH1

Giah is a 21-year-old server and a part-time gymnastics coach from Bryan-College Station, Texas. 

India Gants

India Gants
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VHI

India is 20 years old and from Seattle. She works in marketing and promotions for a local radio station.

Justine Biticon

Justine Biticon
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VH1

Justine is an 18-year-old from Panorama City, California. 

Krislian Rodriguez

Krislian Rodriguez
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VH1

Krislian is a 26-year-old server from Los Angeles. 

Kyle McCoy

Kyle McCoy
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VH1

Kyle is a 23-year-old bartender from New York. 

Marissa Hopkins

Marissa Hopkins
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VH1

Marissa is 19 years old and from Houston. 

Paige Mobley

Paige Mobley
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VH1

Paige is a 22-year-old from Birmingham, Michigan, and is a senior at Loyola Marymount University. 

Tash Wells

Tash Wells
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VH1

Tash is a 27-year-old server from San Jose, California. 

Tatiana Price

Tatiana Price
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VH1

Tatiana is a 22-year-old from Queens, New York who is a licensed esthetician and owner of a skin care line.

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