Bravo has revealed the identities of Make Me a Supermodel's second-season cast and announced the reality competition will premiere on Wednesday, March 4 at 10PM ET/PT.

Prior to the show's second-season premiere, Bravo will air a casting special on Saturday, February 7 at 11PM ET/PT.

Bravo revealed last week that it was revamping Make Me A Supermodel by completely replacing the first-season judging panel; dropping a co-host and moving to a single-host format; and doing away with the near real-time production format that allowed home viewers to determine each week's eliminations and the competition's eventual winner.

Instead, Make Me A Supermodel's already filmed second season will use a format similar to the rest of Bravo's current reality competition series, in which the members of the show's judging panel -- and not viewers -- will get to determine eliminations and the eventual winner.

In addition, none of the first season's four regular judges -- supermodels Tyson Beckford and Niki Taylor, fashion casting director Jennifer Starr and New York Model Management agency director Cory Bautista -- will be part of the second season's judging panel. 

However, Beckford -- who also co-hosted Make Me A Supermodel's first season with Taylor -- will return as the new season's sole host and also still serve as a mentor to the show's male contestants.  Australian supermodel Nicole Trunfio will replace Taylor as a mentor to the second season's female contestants.

The new regular judges -- which will also be joined by additional guest judges -- will be designer Catherine Malandrino; model Jenny Shimizu; international model scout Marlon; and Perou, a fashion photographer who served as a judge on the original U.K. Make Me A Supermodel reality series that Bravo's edition is based on.
Make Me a Supermodel's grand-prize has also been slightly tweaked to include a fashion pictorial in Cosmopolitan magazine to go along with $100,000 and New York Model Management contract, which first-season winner Holly Kiser received. Kiser also received a spread in GQ Magazine for winning the competition.

Make Me a Supermodel's second-season contestants are:

- Amanda, a 21-year-old from Banks, OR

- Branden, an 18-year-old from Lake Tahoe, NV who currently resides in Central Point, OR

- Chris, a 22-year-old from Libertyville, IL who currently resides in Chicago, IL

- CJ, an 18-year-old from San Ramon, CA who currently resides in Danville, CA

- Colin, a 21-year-old from Charlottesville, VA who currently resides in Northfield, MN

- Gabriel, a 22-year-old from Charlotte, NC who currently resides in Nashville, TN

- Jonathan, a 26-year-old from Southampton, U.K. who currently resides in Los Angeles, CA

- Jordan, a 21-year-old from San Antonio, TX who currently resides in Tucson, AZ

- Karen, a 22-year-old from Ocean Springs, MS who currently resides in Los Angeles, CA (Season 2 viewers' choice winner)

- Ken, a 24-year-old from Winterville, NC who currently resides in Nashville, TN

- Kerryn, a 24-year-old from Russelville, AR who currently resides in Memphis, TN

- Laury, a 23-year-old from Miami, FL

- Mountaha, a 23-year-old from Londrina, Brazil who currently resides in New York, NY

- Salome, a 19-year-old from Altamont, TN who currently resides in Nashville, TN

- Sandhurst, a 22-year-old from Tobago who currently resides in Philadelphia, PA

- Shawn, a 30-year-old from Seattle, WA who currently resides in Pensacola, FL