Make Me a Supermodel (Courtesy Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Make Me a Supermodel is an American reality television modeling competition series based on the British reality series of the same name. Following an audition preview on January 2, 2008, the series premiered January 10 on the cable television network Bravo.
For Season 1, the bottom three contestants were selected at the end of each episode and viewers of the show determine which of the three contestants will not continue in the competition with the judges picking the winner of the episode; for the final episode, the viewers determined the winner. For Season 2, viewer participation was removed, and all model eliminations and winners were selected by the judges.
The first season was hosted by supermodels Tyson Beckford and Niki Taylor, and judged by fashion casting director Jennifer Starr and model agent Cory Bautista. The second season premiered on March 4, 2009, with Beckford returning as the sole host. Nicole Trunfio replaced Taylor and act as a mentor to the female contestants, while the judging panel will be completely revamped. The show features top photographers such as Roxanne Lowit, Markus Klinko & Indrani, Howard Schatz, Suza Scalora.
Contestants (in order of elimination)
Number of contestants
Sarah Swartz, Dominic Prietto, Aryn Livingston, Jay McGee, Katy Caswell, Stephanie Bulger, Jacki Hydock, Frankie Godoy, Casey Skinner, Shannon Pallay, Perry Ullmann, Ben DiChiara
Ken Thompson, Chris Cohen, Karen Kelly, Shawn Nishikawa, CJ Kirkham, Gabriel Zadok Everett, Kerryn Johns & Laury Prudent, Colin Steers, Amanda Crop, Jordan Condra, Salome Steinmann, Mountaha Ayoub, Jonathan Waud