The America's Next Top Model-like reality competition series' first season premiered in January and featured 14 co-ed contestants living together in a Manhattan loft while also competing in a series of challenges designed to test their potential on the catwalk.
In addition, Make Me a Supermodel was the first Bravo reality competition series that allowed home viewer votes to determine which contestant would be eliminated each week and who would ultimately win the grand prize.
Holly Kiser, a 21-year-old from Coeburn, VA, took home Make Me a Supermodel's first-season title, which included $100,000 and a modeling agency contract with New York Model management.
Make Me a Supermodel's format is based on a U.K. show of the same name, which premiered in March 2005 and aired two seasons on Britain's Five broadcast network. It is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions -- a division of IMG Media -- with Andrew Zein, Jamie Munro and Jym Buss serving as executive producers.