Norway's Next Top Model

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Norway's Next Top Model (also known as Top Model Norge) is a Norwegian reality television show based on the original American version, airing on TV3. The first cycle aired in 2006, after part years of participating in Scandinavia's Next Top Model along with Sweden and Denmark. The prize was a model contract with Trump Model Management, a campaign with cosmetic brand Make Up Store, and a cover of the Norwegian magazine Woman. The show was hosted by Kathrine Sørland. The three coaches are model coach Herve Bernard, runway coach J. Alexander and posing coach Mariana Verkerk.

After three Cycles of being part of the Scandinavian co-production Norway had its first individual Cycle (officially counted as Cycle 4) in September 2006 featuring 12 girls. The winner was Maria Eilertsen from Stavanger.

Cycle 5 premiered on 3 September 2007. It was hosted by Vendela Kirsebom, who was also hosting Sweden's Next Top Model at the same time. Starting with 13 girls, ranging between the ages of 16 - 27, the second cycle was won by Kamilla Alnes from "?lesund.

With Martina Lervikg, another girl from "?lesund also won the sixth Cycle which was running from September to December 2008.

In Early 2010 castings for a new Cycle were announced. The age limit of the girls has been set down to 14. The seventh Cycle was taped in summer 2010 but did not went on air before February 7, 2011. Kirsebom was replaced by former Miss Universe Mona Grudt making her the third host of Top Model Norge.

Cycle Summary

As Part of SNTM

Cycle Premiere date Winner Runner-up Other contestants in order of elimination Number of contestants International destination
1 February 17, 2005 Kine Lauvås Bakke Henriette Stenbeck Anne Hauge, Amila Vu?ki"?, Warsan Adam, Anna Kolaczkowska, Tina Nordby, Marna Haugen, Kristin Trehjørningen 9
New York City
2 September 5, 2005 Frøydis Elvenes Kristine Øverby Nazila Shirindell, Annette Kjær, Nora Møller, Elise Måge, Sarah Mohamud, Sandra Otteråen, Karin Santini 9
3 February 27, 2006 Therese Haugsnes Mira Wolden Ingrid Janne Sæberg, Rikke Kalsveen, Kira Hellesten, Ellen Caroline Brenger, Helene Sletten Vangen, Camilla Abry, Catherine Wenger 9

Top Model Norge

Cycle Premiere date Winner Runner-up Other contestants in order of elimination Number of contestants International destination
4 September 4, 2006 Maria Eilertsen Lene Egeli Eva Simone Laading, Toril Charlotte Ulleberg, Trine Rekdal Hoel, Nina Therese Aune, Camilla Skjerven Veie-Rosvoll, Meriam Lerøy Brahimi, Tara Cecilie Midtli, Cecilie Sundsbø, Ingvild Jenhaug, Iren Desirée Puskas Kristiansen

New York
5 September 3, 2007 Kamilla Alnes Ivanna Petrova & Polina Barbasova Ann Jeanett Angell-Henriksen, Kine Johansen, Kristina Breivik, Kristina Marcelie Holen Talleraas, Agathe Høistad, Julia Brønn Lyon, Kaja Kirstine Hegstad Lilleng, Silje Alvhilde Løvik, Anette Wiborg, Esther Roe 13



6 September 8, 2008 Martine Lervik Marita Skeivik Frost Line Stolen Wilberg, Vana Perisa, Thea Pernille B. Christophersen, Sasha Danest Hammari, Sina Gulbrandsen, Helene Hornstuen Urberg, Martine Bjørke Dyb, Silje Hellenes, Ida Serine Nikås, Elise Haugen, Goshia Golab, Mona Lisa Ibrahim, Christina Slette Johnsen, Frøydis Labowsky (quit) 16



New York
7 February 7, 2011 Claudia Alette Bull Charlotte-Louise Isachsen Sarah Gindel Jabang, Bambie Maria Bang Vaage, Darja Barannik, Farzaneh Davodi, Signe Taubøll (quit), Inga Maurstad, Eirin Hagstrøm, Thea Sofie Rabbum Karlsen, Frida Mathea Kocian, Roberta Grybauskaite, Katarina Barannik, Alexandra Sanneh Stølen, Maiken Wahlstrøm Nilssen 15





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