We know it's the finale and you're dying to see who won the whole shebang, but seriously, if you just end up scrolling to the bottom to see who's name is there, you're being rude.
Plus, some shocking news was revealed before it all came down to one, so let's get this party started...
Easy, Breezy, Beautiful: The final three head into familiar territory in tonight's episode. Each girl was asked to do a beauty shot for a Cover Girl ad and then a commercial for Shadow Blast. Piece of cake, right? Well, kind of. Lisa kept sounding like a used car salesman, Allison's eyes were watering up a storm, and Angelea has a little too much personality. Shocker!
Vogue Italia: Later, the ladies arrived at an isolated beach in Crete, basically to relax and get their composure for what's to come. Just kidding! They had to do a photo shoot for Vogue Italia, and the winner's photo will be published in the mag.
The Final Moment: Runway time! Lisa, Angelea and Allison finally got to see the final product of the gowns they had especially designed for each of them that they would wear down the runway. But first, each potential Top Model winner had to swim (yes, swim. Poor Angelea) underwater and then rise from water to signify her transformation from a model to a goddess. But don't try to do anything creative (Hi, Lisa!) because those wigs get stuck in the masks and you end up at the side of the pool instead of the end. Oops!
Afterward, each girl got a harness strapped onto them and they flew onto the runway in their personalized gown. Then they were lowered to the floor to strut their stuff down the catwalk while their self-written "Pot Ledom" songs played in the background.
Gasp! Everyone went back to L.A. for the final panel discussion and deliberation to choose the all-star winner, when all of a sudden, Nigel Barker shares that after wrapping the final shoot, Top Model execs got information about Angelea that disqualified her from the competition! What?! All this way and it had to end like this?! Unfortunately, Tyra and Nigel didn't go into detail as to what caused her to get dropped from the competition, but the girl from the 716 was out. And it was down to Lisa and Allison.
And the Winner Is… Both ladies were criticized for either "playing it safe" or being "vacant" when it came to their Cover Girl ads and commercials. And after a bunch of back and forth and back again, someone was finally crowned as the winner of America's Next Top Model: All-Stars winner. So we all watched part two of Modelland and one face was shown at the end…Congratulations, Lisa!
So what do you think? Sound off in the comments!
(Originally published Dec. 7, 2011, at 7:10 p.m. PT)