New Zealand's Next Top Model is a New Zealand reality television series in which a number of young women compete for the title of New Zealand's Next Top Model and the chance to start their career in the modeling industry.
The show's format was originally created by American talk-show host and model Tyra Banks.
The New Zealand series is hosted by former model and 62 Models Management founder Sara Tetro, and airs on TV3 NZ. The winner of NZNTM wins a modelling contract with Sara's agency. Like its American counterpart, NZNTM features a photographer and international model on its judging panel, Chris Sisarich and Colin Mathura-Jeffree, respectively. Mathura-Jeffree also acts as runway coach to the girls, much like Miss Jay on America's Next Top Model.
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2011 • 13 Episodes
New Zealand's Next Top Model, Cycle 3 is the third season of New Zealand's Next Top Model which is a reality TV show based on America's Next Top Model. Fourteen young women compete for the title and a chance to start their career in the modeling industry. The prize for this cycle was a contract with 62 Model Management, a Ford Fiesta, a 1 year contract with CoverGirl cosmetics, an 8 page editorial in CLEO Magazine, there would also be an all expenses paid trip to Paris and London to meet with NEXT Model Management. The catch phrase for this cycle was "New Season. New Attitude" - hinting a slight change in the overall feel of the show. The International destination for this cycle was Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in the Middle East. This was the first cycle to have a live finale, and to have the final runway held at New Zealand Fashion Week. The winner of the competition was 21-year-old Brigette Thomas, from Motueka, making her the first winner from the South Island. She is also the first and currently only winner to have never made a bottom two appearance.
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