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Make Me a Supermodel (UK TV series)

Make Me a Supermodel
Genre Fashion
Presented by Dave Berry & Tess Daly (2005: Live Final only)
Fearne Cotton (2006: Live Shows)
Judges Tandy Anderson
Rachel Hunter
Dylan Jones (2006)
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 21
Running time Varies
Production company(s) Tiger Aspect Productions
Distributor Endemol UK
Original channel Channel 5
Picture format 16:9
Original run 1 March 2005 (2005-03-01) – 16 November 2006 (2006-11-16)
Related shows Make Me a Supermodel
(U.S. version)
Make Me a Supermodel
(Australian version)

Make Me a Supermodel is a British reality television modeling competition hosted and judged by New Zealander model Rachel Hunter, airing on the television channel Five. A U.S. version began airing 2 January 2008 on the cable network Bravo.[1]

Series one (2005)

The series premiered Tuesday, 1 March 2005 and followed 13 young women (including twins) competing for a modelling contract with Select Model Management.[1] The judges of the first season were Rachel Hunter, Tandy Anderson (co-founder and owner of Select) and fashion photographer Perou.[1] The judges eliminated 10 contestants, with viewers voting for the winner among the final three – Kate Ellery, Alice Sinclair and Joanna Downes – in a live catwalk show presented by Tess Daly and Dave Berry. Sinclair was the first season's winner.[2]


  • Abigail Boston
  • Alice Sinclair
  • Camilla Hamilton
  • Emily Mann
  • Jackie Turner
  • Joanna Downes
  • Jasmine Lennard
  • Juliet Horne
  • Kate Ellery
  • Samantha Rowley
  • Antoinette Williams
  • Katie Black
  • Patsy Kigozi

Series two (2006)

The second series premiered on Sunday, 15 October 2006 with a change in format from the first series: this time, male models were part of the competition. In addition, the three returning judges were joined by new judge Dylan Jones, editor-in-chief of British GQ magazine.[3] Each week, one male contestant and one female contestant would be eliminated, until the final catwalk, at which a winner was chosen. With the exception of the first elimination, it was all based on the public's votes. The live catwalk shows were presented by Fearne Cotton on Fridays.[4]

Each week, the bottom four contestants (two male models, two female models) would face a live 'Walk Off', and the public would vote and the male and female model who received the lowest vote total from the public would be eliminated. In the first week, there was no 'Walk Off' - the judges decided which two of the models were the weakest and should be sent home.

Model Elimination Progress
1 2 3 4 5
Marianne Berglund BTM 4 SAFE SAFE SAFE OUT
Sennait Adhanom SAFE SAFE SAFE OUT
Anya James SAFE WO OUT
Josh Murad BTM 4 SAFE OUT
Kerrie Johnson SAFE OUT
James Dunstan SAFE OUT
Katie Furler OUT
Jono Namara OUT
     The model was in the bottom four in week one.
     The model was eliminated purely by the judges at the end of the first week.
     The model was in the live 'Walk Off' that week but survived the public vote.
     The model was in the live 'Walk Off' and was eliminated by the public.
     The model won the competition.

Final catwalk show

The final show aired on Thursday 16 November 2006. Four models competed: Albert, Jen, Luke, Marianne. As in every catwalk show in Make me a Supermodel, the models had to do 3 catwalks. After the first 'Walk Off', Marianne was eliminated. The remaining 3 models walked the next 'Walk Off' and Jen was eliminated, leaving the 2 men, Luke and Albert. After their final 'Walk Off', Albert was announced as the winner leaving Luke as runner up.[5]

Make Me a Supermodel Extra

The behind-the-scenes show Make Me a Supermodel Extra, broadcast on the channel Five Life, was presented by Anthony Crank, and series-one contestant Jasmine Lennard, who was dropped after referring to Rachel Hunter as "Rachel Munter" live on air.

International versions

Country Title Broadcaster Presenters Air Dates
Australia Make Me a Supermodel Seven Network Jennifer Hawkins & Tyson Beckford 6 August 2008 – 20 November 2008
United States Make Me a Supermodel Bravo Tyson Beckford
Niki Taylor (season 1)
Nicole Trunfio (season 2)
Season 1 January 10, 2008 – April 3, 2008
Season 2 March 4, 2009 – June 3, 2009


  1. ^ a b c "Make Me a Supermodel: A Closer Look". BuddyTV. Retrieved 25 Nov 2014. 
  2. ^ "Alice Sinclair: hot fashion property". Independent (Ireland). Retrieved 25 Nov 2014. 
  3. ^ "Speaker Bios - Dylan Jones". JLA. Retrieved 25 Nov 2014. 
  4. ^ "Speaker Profile - Fearne Cotton". The Speakers Agency. Retrieved 25 Nov 2014. 
  5. ^ "TV Crown For Cornish Model". BBC. Retrieved 25 Nov 2014. 
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