THE FINALISTS ON BRAVO'S "MAKE ME A SUPERMODEL" ARE REVEALED
See All The Cross-Country Drama In The Supermodel Casting Special Airing Saturday, February 7 At 10 PM ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY � February 5, 2009 � Tune in as Bravo scours the country to give the nation's sexiest aspiring models a shot at achieving their dreams of becoming the next supermodel in season two of "Make Me A Supermodel." The casting special, which airs on Saturday, February 7, 2009 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at open calls in five cities � Nashville, Miami, Los Angeles, Portland and New York � where models audition for the chance to be on the show. Narrowed down from thousands of applicants, the top 22 are flown to New York City in hopes of making the final cut.
"Make Me A Supermodel" returns on Bravo with sixteen aspiring models as they compete for $100,000 prize, a contract with New York Model Management, a fashion pictorial in Cosmopolitan magazine, and the chance to become the next great supermodel. Tyson Beckford returns as the show's host, and Aussie Supermodel Nicole Trunfio joins the show as mentor to the female models. A new panel of esteemed judges join the show, including world-renowned designer Catherine Malandrino, model Jenny Shimizu, and famed photographer Perou and international model scout Marlon. The series will premiere on Wednesday, March 4 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
"Make Me A Supermodel" is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions, a division of IMG Media. Andrew Zein, Adam Steinman and Jym Buss serve as executive producers.
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