Super Model Centroamérica
|Super Model Centroamérica|
|Created by||Tyra Banks|
|Presented by||Leonora Jiménez|
|Country of origin||Costa Rica|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Original run||August 2007 – October 2007|
Super Model Centroamérica is a reality documentary that features contestants from the participating countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama that are living in a villa in Heredia, Costa Rica and do a variety of model-business-based competitions to determine who will win title Super Model Centroamérica.
The show followed the format of America's Next Top Model, with Costa Rican model Leonora Jiménez taking the role of Tyra Banks in the original series as the head of the search as well as a mentor for the finalists. Cycle one premiered in August 2007, and was won by Lisseth Cáceres from Panama.
In its second year, the show became a beauty-pageant style search where all significant factors of a typical "Next Top Model" show were removed. Instead, each country had its own model search where all of the national winners got a ticket for the Super Model of the World contest.
- Kito Rojas
- Tony Daza
- George Caballero
- Dafne Montiel
|Cycle||Premiere date||Winner||Runner-up||Other contestants in order of elimination||Number of contestants||International destination|
|1||August 2007||Lisseth Cáceres||Nadine Maxwell||Gabriela Rubio, Iva Grijalva, Mariel Lagos, Graciela Monetenegro, Marcela Alger, Jessica Sánchez, Leslie Lino, Iris Vega, Nadege Herrera, Denisse Rivas||12||None|
|Iva Grijalva||Nicaragua (originally from Bulgaria)||11th|
|Marcela Alger||El Salvador||8th|
|Jessica Sánchez||Costa Rica||7th|
|Denisse Rivas||El Salvador||3rd|
|Nadine Maxwell||Costa Rica||Runner-up|
- The contestant was eliminated
- The contestant won the competition
- There was no solid call-out in the show. Only a select number of girls were put up for elimination every week.