True Beauty (TV series)

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True Beauty
True Beauty Logo.jpg
Judges Season 1:
Season 2:
Opening theme So Beautiful
Composer(s) Superchick
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 16
Production
Running time 60 minutes (including commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Original run January 5, 2009 – July 19, 2010
External links
Website

True Beauty is a television series in which contestants are competing to see who is the most beautiful. However, they think they are only being tested on outer beauty. The show is hosted by three judges, who judge the contestants on their inner beauty, in addition to their appearance. The contestants are competing for $100,000 and to be "featured in People magazine's 100 most beautiful people issue." The series is produced by Tyra Banks and Ashton Kutcher. It premiered on ABC on January 5, 2009. The second season premiered May 31, 2010.[1] It is listed as cancelled on tvseriesfinale.com.[2]

Season 1[edit]

The first season premiered on January 5, 2009 on ABC, and featured judges Vanessa Minnillo, Nolé Marin, and Cheryl Tiegs. On the season finale, which first aired February 23, 2009, Julia Anderson was named the winner, with Joel Rush finishing second, and Billy Jeffrey in third place.

Season 2[edit]

The second season premiered on May 31, 2010 on ABC, and featured judges Vanessa Minnillo, Carson Kressley, and Beth Stern. On the season finale, which aired July 19, 2010, Taylor Bills was declared the winner, placing Erika Othen in second and Craig Franczyk in third.

International airdates[edit]

Seasons
Country / Region Network Premiere Season
 Australia Seven Network July 16, 2009 2
 Netherlands RTL 5 September 2009 2
 Hong Kong ATV World February 5, 2010 2
 Denmark Kanal 4 June 6, 2010 2
 Russia MTV Russia June 6, 2010 2
 United Kingdom VIVA July 26, 2010 1
 France Direct Star September 31, 2010 2
 New Zealand TV2 October 15, 2010 1
 Turkey ShowPlus 2010 1
 Norway TvNorge Fem 2010 1
 Brazil E! 2009 1-2
 Finland Sub (TV channel) 2009 1
 Mexico E! 2009 1-2
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 India
 Taiwan
STAR World January 7, 2011 1-2
 Philippines STAR World/ ETC April 11, 2011 1-2
 Greece Fox Life Greece February 28, 2011 1-2
 Portugal MTV Portugal June 20, 2011 2
 Slovenia TV3 May 2011 1
 Poland TV6 August 2011 1
 Netherlands RTL 5 January 2012 1
 Israel HOT 3 February 2012 1-2
 Canada
 Quebec
MusiquePlus 2011 1-2

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