Australia's Next Top Model (season 10)

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Australia's Next Top Model (cycle 10)
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Cycle 10 contestants
Country of originAustralia
No. of episodes10
Release
Original networkFox8
Original release20 September – 22 November 2016
Additional information
Judges
No. of contestants13
WinnerAleyna FitzGerald
Cycle chronology
← Previous
Cycle 9
Series summary

The tenth cycle of Australia's Next Top Model began airing on 20 September 2016 on Fox8.[1] Head judge and host Jennifer Hawkins and judge Alex Perry returned along with model mentor Cheyenne Tozzi.[2] Tozzi's co-mentor and former judge Didier Cohen left the show after cycle 9, and was replaced by the Stenmark twins, models Jordan and Zac Stenmark, as her new co-mentors.[3] Model Megan Gale joined the judging panel as a permanent judge.[4]

The prizes for this cycle included a one-year modelling contract with Priscilla's Model Management in Sydney, a trip to New York City for New York Fashion Week valued at A$20,000 thanks to Colgate Optic White, a brand new Mazda2 Hatch, and an editorial spread in Elle Australia.[5]

The winner of the competition was 16 year-old Aleyna FitzGerald from Newcastle, New South Wales.[6]

Series summary[edit]

Requirements[edit]

All applying contestants were required to be aged 16 and over on 1 January to apply for the show. Those auditioning had to be at least 170 cm (5 ft 7 in) tall. To qualify, all applicants had to be an Australian citizen currently living in Australia. Additional requirements stated that a contestant could not have had previous experience as a model in a national campaign within the last five years.[7][8]

Auditions[edit]

Auditions were held in Gold Coast in 23 September, Sydney in 25–26 September, Melbourne in 30 September and 1 October, Hobart in 3 October and Perth in 9 October.[7][8] Applicants from Darwin, Dubbo, Port Macquarie and Townsville were also invited to auditions.[7] Applicants were also encouraged to apply for the competition online if they were unable to make an appearance at the live auditions.

Guest judges[edit]

To celebrate the series' ten year anniversary, the show decided to invite several well known Australian models as guests for the new cycle. These included Elle Macpherson, Gemma Ward, and Miranda Kerr.[9][10] The show also invited back several contestants from cycles past for guest appearances. Among these were cycle 7 winner Montana Cox and 2nd runner-up Simone Holtznagel, cycle 6 winner Amanda Ware, and cycle 5 runner-up Cassi Van Den Dungen. The series finale culminated with a runway show that invited several other alumni from multiple cycles of the show.[11][12][13]

Cast[edit]

Contestants[edit]

(Ages stated are at start of contest)

Contestant Age Height Hometown Finish Place
Sofie Baric[14] 17 177 cm (5 ft 9 12 in) Hobart Episode 1 13
Laura Taaffe[15] 20 175 cm (5 ft 9 in) Perth Episode 2 12
Summer Kane[16] 19 177 cm (5 ft 9 12 in) Melbourne Episode 3 11
Jordan Simek[17] 20 178 cm (5 ft 10 in) Sydney Episode 4 10
Jessie Andrewartha[18] 21 183.5 cm (6 ft 0 in) Adelaide Episode 5 9
Christy Baker[19] 17 172 cm (5 ft 7 12 in) Brisbane Episode 6 8
Vitoria Triboni[20] 25 177 cm (5 ft 9 12 in) Sydney 7
Belinda Kosorok[21] 18 175 cm (5 ft 9 in) Wagga Wagga Episode 7 6
Kassidy Ure[22] 19 176 cm (5 ft 9 12 in) Newcastle Episode 8 5
Linnea Stevens-Jones[23] 16 176 cm (5 ft 9 12 in) Sydney Episode 9 4
Daisy Davies[24] 19 177 cm (5 ft 9 12 in) Sydney 3
Sabine Jamieson[25] 17 173 cm (5 ft 8 in) Byron Bay Episode 10 2
Aleyna FitzGerald[26] 16 179 cm (5 ft 10 12 in) Newcastle 1

Judges[edit]

Other cast members[edit]

  • Cheyenne Tozzi - mentor
  • Jordan Stenmark - mentor
  • Zac Stenmark - mentor

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date
981[27]"Episode 1"20 September 2016 (2016-09-20)

The final thirteen took part in their first runway challenge in front of a crowd of 400 people, and had to model designs from Alex Perry's S/S16 collection. They later had a night time photo shoot at The Star, facing off against cycle 7 winner Montana Cox.

  • Special guests: Montana Cox
  • Featured photographer: Georges Antoni
992[28][29]"Episode 2"27 September 2016 (2016-09-27)

The models competed in groups for a challenge in which they had to create a social media video for Colgate Optic White, with the best performer being chosen as an ambassador for the brand. The contestants later arrived at Randwick Racecourse, where they were introduced to Australian model Elle Macpherson, and took part in an equestrian inspired photo shoot with a racehorse.

  • Special guests: Tina Kim, Elle Macpherson
  • Featured photographer: Gary Heery
1003[30]"Episode 3"4 October 2016 (2016-10-04)

The remaining eleven contestants were challenged to walk in a presentation for Swarovski as a part of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week to win the opportunity of being featured in the brands upcoming Crystaldust campaign, and were later coached by former Australia's Next Top Model contestants Amanda Ware, Cassi Van Den Dungen, and Simone Holtznagel in preparation for a latex photo shoot in groups photographed by Jez Smith.

  • Special guests: Margaret Simonovska, Amanda Ware, Cassi Van Den Dungen, Simone Holtznagel
  • Featured photographer: Jez Smith
1014[31]"Episode 4"11 October 2016 (2016-10-11)

The contestants received makeovers, and after having had no challenge or challenge scores, had to rely solely on their performance at a photo shoot session with alternative models at the Skyline Drive-In in Blacktown to guarantee their spot in the competition.

  • Special guests: Joey Scandizzo, Doll Wright
  • Featured photographer: Max Doyle
1025[32]"Episode 5"18 October 2016 (2016-10-18)

After a screen test challenge mentored by model-actress Gemma Ward, the models took part in a photo shoot session at Cradle Mountain in Tasmania. One of the contestants was left unable to participate after a medical emergency, and was granted exemption from elimination.

  • Special guests: Gemma Ward
  • Featured photographer: Adam Flipp
1036[33]"Episode 6"25 October 2016 (2016-10-25)

The final eight models were challenged to walk in a runway show over a pool, where they had to dive underwater and pose in a bid to be granted immunity from the upcoming double elimination. They later took part in a photo shoot session with fire performers.

  • Featured photographer: Simon Lekias
1047[34]"Episode 7"1 November 2016 (2016-11-01)

The final six took part in a Fitbit look book challenge, for which the winner was awarded the chance of becoming the brand's new ambassador. The models were later styled in Jennifer Hawkins' line of swimwear, Cozi, for a shoot that focused entirely on their body while their face was hidden from view.

  • Special guests: Jaime Hardley, Neysa Goh
  • Featured photographer: Pierre Toussaint
1058[35]"Episode 8"8 November 2016 (2016-11-08)

The remaining models were paired off into two teams in a challenge for Mazda, where they had to take their own photos in an attempt to have it featured in the brand's new print campaign. On set, the contestants had to model colorful costume designs, as they were mentored by Australian model Miranda Kerr.

  • Special guests: Lauren Phillips, Miranda Kerr
  • Featured photographer: Grahame Shearer
1069[36]"Episode 9"15 November 2016 (2016-11-15)

Immediately following the previous elimination, it was revealed that the final four contestants would be heading overseas to Milan. After arriving, the models took on a casting challenge for Trussardi, for which the winner was awarded double the amount of time in front of the camera for the upcoming photo shoot. On set, the girls were dressed in Italian fashion labels for an editorial session overlooking the Naviglio Grande. Back in Australia, it was revealed that only two contestants would advance to the finale.

  • Special guests: Saverio Rotini, Gaia Trussardi
  • Featured photographer: Stefania Paparelli
10710[37]"Episode 10"22 November 2016 (2016-11-22)

The final two shot for a mock cover and their winning editorial spread to be published in the December issue of Elle Australia. Later, the formerly eliminated models returned for a final runway show, with 40 contestants from all nine cycles of the series. After the judges reviewed the covers from the final photo shoot of the series, Aleyna was crowned as the tenth winner of Australia's Next Top Model.

  • Special guests: Justine Cullen, Naomi Thompson, Zoe McDonald, Simmone Duckmanton, Chloe Wilson, Gemma Sanderson, Sophie Miller, Madeleine Rose, Simone Viljoen, Eboni Stocks, Cobi Marsh, Steph Flockhart, Danica Brown, Jordan Loukas, Alamela Rowan, Caris Eves, Samantha Downie, Leah Johnsen, Madison Wall, Adele Thiel, Cassi Van Den Dungen, Valeria Nilova, Sally Geach, Amanda Ware, Caroline Austin, Yolanda Hodgson, Jess Bush, Madeline Huett, Izzy Vesey, Simone Holtznagel, Jade Collins, Abbie Weir, Duckie Thot, Kaitlyn Bennett, Ayieda Malou, Phoebe Deskovic, Tanahya Cohen, Izi Simundic, Jordan Burridge, Jess Thomas, Lucy Markovic
  • Featured photographer: Georges Antoni

Results[edit]

(Total and average scores on the table only reflect scores calculated from the full sets added during panel)

Place Model Episode scores Total score Average
1 2 3 4[a] 5[b] 6[c] 7 8 9[d] 10
1 Aleyna 34.5 30.5 33 24.5 38 35 36 35 38 29.5 334.5 33.45
2 Sabine 28.5 27 31.5 21.5 30.5 31 37 33.5 38.5 29 308 30.8
3 Daisy 27 26.5 27.5 22 33.5 32.5 37.5 31.5 37.5 275.5 30.61
4 Linnea 29 33.5 28 25.5 34 37 32 35.5 36 290.5 32.27
5 Kassidy 24 26.5 34.5 25.5 34 30 35.5 31 241 30.12
6 Belinda 26.5 27.5 30.5 19.5 30.5 30 164.5 27.41
7 Vitoria 28.5 27.5 30 21.5 32 29.5 169 28.16
8 Christy 31 31 30 25 28 29 174 29
9 Jessie 32 29 29.5 25.5 27 143 28.6
10 Jordan 27.5 36 29 19 111.5 27.87
11 Summer 18.5 25 27 70.5 23.5
12 Laura 22 23.5 45.5 22.75
13 Sofie 18 18 18
     The contestant had the highest score
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant won the competition

Viewership[edit]

No. Title Air date Overnight ratings Ref(s)
Viewers Rank
1 Episode 1 20 September 2016 65,000 7 [39]
2 Episode 2 27 September 2016 69,000 6 [40]
3 Episode 3 4 October 2016 80,000 2 [41]
4 Episode 4 11 October 2016 77,000 3 [42]
5 Episode 5 18 October 2016 74,000 4 [43]
6 Episode 6 25 October 2016 74,000 4 [44]
7 Episode 7 1 November 2016 95,000 1 [45]
8 Episode 8 8 November 2016 98,000 1 [46]
9 Episode 9 15 November 2016 91,000 3 [47]
10 Episode 10 22 November 2016 162,000 1 [48]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In episode 4, Jessie, Kassidy and Linnea tied for highest score.
  2. ^ In episode 5, Belinda was deemed unfit to participate in the shoot for medical reasons, and thus only had the opportunity to accumulate a score of 9 for the challenge.[38] In the interest of fairness, she was granted exemption from elimination. While she did technically have the lowest overall score, she wasn't eligible for elimination. Panel resumed with the other 8 contestants who took part in both the challenge and photo shoot.
  3. ^ In episode 6, Linnea was immune from elimination after winning the challenge, and also achieved the highest combined score at panel. This episode also featured a double elimination. Christy was eliminated after she placed lower than Kassidy on the leaderboard, who was last at the time. Despite scoring higher than Christy, Vitoria was also unable to score higher than Kassidy.
  4. ^ This episode featured a double elimination. Linnea was eliminated after Daisy placed above her on leaderboard, bumping her to third place. Daisy was eliminated after Aleyna placed above her on the leaderboard as well, bumping her to third place, and Linnea to fourth.

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