Denmark's Next Top Model

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Danmarks Næste Topmodel
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Genre Reality television
Created by Tyra Banks
Presented by Anne P. (Season 1–3)
Caroline Flemming (Season 4-present)
Country of origin Denmark
No. of episodes 23
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel TV3 (1–3)
Kanal 4 (4-Present)
Original run February 15, 2005 – present
External links
Website

Danmarks Næste Topmodel (Danish for Denmark's Next Top Model), or simply Topmodel, is a Danish reality television show and an adaptation of America's Next Top Model, created by Tyra Banks.

For its first three cycles the show was part of Scandinavia's Next Top Model and was hosted by Anne P. In each cycle, the top 3 contenders of the individual Danish competition would move on to Scandinavia's Next Top Model in order to compete with the three remaining contestants from Sweden and Norway. Despite always having a spot reserved in the final episode, a Danish woman never went on to win the entire competition.

In 2010, the show began to produce its first independent cycle (as did Norway and Sweden), under the name of Danmarks Næste Topmodel. It began to be broadcast on Kanal 4 with Caroline Fleming having taken over the hosting duties.[1][2]

Cycles[edit]

As Part of Scandinavia's Next Top Model[edit]

Cycle Premiere date Winner Runner-up Other contestants in order of elimination Number of contestants International Destination(s)
1 February 15, 2005 Nanna S. Christensen Cecilie Madsen Malene von der Maase, Amirah Hamed Alsarrag, Sophie Tine Schandorff, Helga Rose Samuelsen, Anne Baunbæk Pedersen, Stéphanie Juana Rasmussen, Stine Mangaard Hansen 9 United States
New York City
2 September 6, 2005 Anna Nørgaard Tine Holm Riis

Mikaela Kirketerp Ibsen, Tanja Bredsgaard Johnsen, Line Bang, Sofie Thrane, Heidi Helm Larsen, Lise M. Andersen, Louise Falkenblad

9 France
Paris
3 February 16, 2006 Anna Lundgaard Camilla Schoenberg Mira Pelle (quit), Cecilia Kristensen, Stine Palle, Line Vanggaard Nielsen, Nana Bach Nielsen, Christina Anaya Mortensen, Signe Cecilie Nørgaard, Sara Olsen 10 Italy
Milan

Danmarks Næste Topmodel[edit]

Cycle Premiere date Winner Runner(s)-up Other contestants in order of elimination Number of contestants International Destination(s)
4 September 22, 2010 Caroline Bader Brinette Odgaard Sofia Sakko, Astrid Bech Augustinussen, Serina Jensen, Emma Penthien, Nanna Jo Borgersen, Elise Lou Dubois, Rochel Rasmusen, Laila MacFarlan, Isabella Nastassja Kaufmann, Karen Ziefeldt, Stephanie Strarup 13 France
Paris
United Kingdom
London
5 September 22, 2011 Julie Sofie Nyman Hasselby Nanna Liin Sørensen Camilla Sebens, Cecilie Nillson, Josefine Hewitt, Zola Olsen, Sara Abdelghani, Nanna Nielsen, Amalie Fischer, Kimmi Rønnebæk, Silvija Vukovic, Johanna Kjærbo, Shenna Salih, Carla Kruse, Natasja Ligaard Smith 15 Spain
Barcelona
6 September 20, 2012 Line Rehkopff Julie Lillelund Bianca Weisshaupt, Simone Pedersen, Yasmina Bach, Caroline Baastrup Larsen, Ida Gottlieb Taarnhøj, Sasja Andersen, Nanna Wentzel, Hanna Rolsted Jensen, Emma Rolsted Jensen, Christina Bæk Simonsen, Anna Møller Levsen, Gudrun Eir Hermannsdottir, Marie Louise Bang
15 Italy
Milan
7 September 19, 2013 Louise Mørck Mikkelsen Caroline Hollitsch Klara Lau, Sille Rieck, Petronelle Jeanita Schultz, Rebecca Rovsing, Andréa Linneá Emilia Helander, Mette Cäcilia Christensen, Amalie Egemose, Anne Holth, Josephine Maria Bach Jacobsen, Amanda Bo Elfving, Caroline Sebber Colfelt, Anne-Kathrine Petersen Bach, Catrine Juhl 15 France
Paris
8 September 25, 2014 Sarah Kildevæld Madsen Lu Toft Jørgensen Michelle Desideriussen (quit), Mirah Davidsen, Lund Larsen, Mille Mørck, Ceelin Aila, Danielle Svendsen, Cristine Pedersen, Mollie Marie Edelved, Mini Obling, Louie Simmersholm, Sally Hoeyer
13 United Kingdom
London

References[edit]

External links[edit]

tvtvtv.dk