Cycle 22 of "America's Next Top Model" premieres Wednesday on The CW -- and the show has seen quite a bit of changes since first airing 12 years ago!
Not only has the reality competition gone from being all-female to throwing men into the mix, it's also had an All Stars season, a College Edition and a US vs. UK throwdown.
Tyra Banks introduced us all to the phrase "smize" as she also crowned 21 winners since 2003. But what have the winners been up to since their time on the show ended?
The first ever "Top Model," Adrianne Curry, won the show's inaugural season but has since made a name for herself outside the modeling world. The now 32-year-old starred on the fourth season of VH1's "The Surreal Life," where she met future hubby Christopher Knight.
The pair got a spin-off, "My Fair Brady," which chronicled their engagement and wedding preparations. The couple married in 2006 when she was 23 and he was 48, but later filed for divorce in 2011. Adrienne is now a fixture at Comic-Con and in the cosplay world.
Lisa D'Amato might be one of the most memorable contestants to ever come out of ANTM. She first appeared on Cycle 5 of the series, where she memorably peed in a diaper during a photo shoot. She placed sixth during the season, but returned for the All Stars season and took home the title!
The 33-year-old has since released two albums, got married and welcomed a son in 2013.
Eva Marcille (formerly Pigford) has one of the best success stories after winning the competition. The model-turned-actress won Cycle 3 after being branded the "mean girl" by Tyra. Since then she's had roles on "The Young and the Restless", "House of Payne" and has done some hosting work. She welcomed a daughter with boyfriend Kevin McCall in 2014 and stars in the new series "Born Again Virgin."
But they're not the only "Top Model" alums who've done well for themselves -- click "Launch Gallery" to see more of the shows contestants then and now!
Cycle 22 of "America's Next Top Model" premiere Wednesday at 8PM on The CW!