On Monday evening, Justin Bieber stepped out for a night on the town and he wasn't alone. In fact, the Sorry singer was photographed (above) with a leggy, dirty blonde that happens to look a lot like Hailey Baldwin — but unfortunately, wasn't the model.
J.B. may have rung in 2016 with a kiss from Miz Baldwin, but was all smiles just a handful of weeks later with this doppelgänger at El Lay hotspots Henry's and The Nice Guy.
There's no word on whether Tyra Banks will be attached — though she did quit FABLife at the perfect time for it — but if she is a part of the new season, we really hope she gets rid of the ridiculous point system!
We actually kind of hope this news isn't true because Nyle DiMarco was such a good note to end on…
But maybe VH1 execs will have some new ideas to breathe fresh life into the formerly fabulous fare?
America's Next Top Model winner Nyle DiMarco stopped by to EXCLUSIVELY tell us all about what it was like to be the show's first deaf winner (and the last winner, ever!). He also gushed over the most valuable advice he learned from Tyra Banks AND the challenges the handsome brunette faced during his time on the CW series!
According to this young woman, the process was strange and exhausting, and although she doesn't regret it, she wouldn't do it again, either.
Beginning at 8 a.m., she and hundreds of other young people were bussed from New York to New Jersey to get dressed, before being brought back to Madison Square Garden, and were paid $100 for 10 hours of work.
Read on for HIGHlights from her tale (below)!
The extra explains how she felt like cattle being herded about:
"It was like a really big assembly line. It was literally like a factory. You go through, you get your outfit, go to the shoe section and get your shoes, go to the hat section and get your hat. Put it on, take your picture, go out, get on the bus again."
The extras also didn't wear any pieces designed by Yeezy himself:
"I think a misconception was that the clothes the extras were wearing were from the Yeezy collection. All the shoes were Adidas, but the clothes were thrift store finds that I think they dyed to be the same color scheme. "When I first got to the warehouse, I was like, how in the world did he produce all of these pieces. Then I realized they weren't his label. The models that were wearing his designs were all on the platform, but they were also mixed in with some of the extras."
The anonymous extra recalls feeling strange about the whole experience: