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VH1: 10/7/2007-12/16/2007
51 Minds Entertainment

America's Most Smartest Model was the show that attempted to find brains behind beauty in a series of challenges and would grant the winner $100,000, a feature in an upcoming VO5 ad and the title of "America's Most Smartest Model".


Fourteen models (seven men and women) all of whom think they could be the smartest in America, will live together as they compete to determine which of them has what it takes to be dubbed as "America's Most Smartest Model" the perfect combination of beauty and brains. In every episode, the "himbos" and "bimbos" will face challenges that put both their overall intelligence and the beauty to the test. The individual or team that wins will be safe, the loser(s) will face elimination. In the end, only one model will prove they're more than just another pretty face and take home the Extreme Style by VO5, a $100,000 prize and the coveted title of "America's Most Smartest Model".


In October 2007, Andre Birleanu was charged with sexual misconduct and aggravated harassment due to accusations from 19-year-old actress, charges for which he denied. According to the law enforcement sources quoted in The New York Post, he "has served half-dozen prison stunts since 2000 on charges including assault, harassment, criminal concept, criminal mischief and trespassing. Almost a year later after many court appearances the DA's Office in the criminal Court of Manhattan has dropped all charges on both cases. Birleanu had maintained his innocence the entire time and had said that he wanted to take both cases to trial to prove his innocence and counter prosecute for false charges.


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