‘America’s Next Top Model’ audition ends in chaos (Video)


Chaos erupted at the auditions for America’s Next Top Model, which led to six injuries and three arrests Saturday, according to the New York Daily News.

An overheating car triggered a stampede and hundreds of model wannabes toppled over barricades along W. 55th St. after several people in the crowd started yelling, “There’s a bomb!”

Three people were reportedly arrested for disorderly conduct, and two of the six injured were transported to the hospital.

“The girls were running like it was 9/11 part two,” Jennifer Brown, 27, told the newspaper. “I feared for my life.”

Scores of catwalk-craving cuties slept overnight outside the Park Central Hotel, for a chance to try out for Tyra Banks‘ reality show.

“I had to pee in a cup and change my clothes in the street,” said Mona Knight, 18, who arrived at 11:30 p.m. Friday night. “There was no organization whatsoever.”

No more women were allowed to audition after the stampede, leaving many ladies distressed that they missed out on an opportunity to make it big.

Watch the video of the stampede below: