Africa's Next Top Model is a reality television show in which a number of women compete for the title of Africa's Next Top Model and a chance to start their career in the modeling industry. The show will be hosted by supermodel Oluchi Onweagba, and will feature aspiring models from a wide variety of counties all over the African continent.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Africa's Next Top Model - America's Next Top Model (cycle 4) - Netflix
The fourth season of America's Next Top Model aired in spring 2005, with the shooting location being moved from New York City to Los Angeles. The catch-phrase of the season was “Dive In.” These were the last appearances of Janice Dickinson and Nolé Marin who participated as judges. The Beauty Tip of the Week has now been replaced by the My Life as a CoverGirl segment. The house that the girls stayed in the first half of the competition was later used in The CW TV series (successor to UPN with the WB) The Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious and Oxygen TV series Pretty Wicked. The international destination for the cycle was Capetown, South Africa. The winner was 20-year-old Naima Mora from Detroit, Michigan. The prizes for this cycle were a modeling contract with Ford Models, a fashion spread and cover in Elle Magazine, and a US$100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics.
Africa's Next Top Model - The Girl Who Is Special - Netflix
First aired May 11, 2005. The four remaining finalists participated in a challenge where they had to learn and perform an African dance which was won by Naima. They did a 1940's inspired campaign for Caress Sensational Smoothing Body Wash at an ostrich farm. The judging saw Brittany become the eleventh finalist eliminated from the competition. Featured photographer: Johan Wilke Special guests: J. Alexander, Alfred Hinkel, Modise Phekouyane, Jackie Manyepelo, Mandela Mokoena, Bebe CoverGirl of the Week: Naima Mora
Africa's Next Top Model - References - Netflix