Danmarks Næste Topmodel

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Danmarks Næste Topmodel
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Genre Reality television
Created by Tyra Banks
Presented by Caroline Fleming (1-5)
Cecilie Lassen (6)
Country of origin Denmark
No. of episodes 60
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Release
Original network Kanal 4
Original release September 22, 2010 – November 4, 2015
External links
Website www.kanal4.dk/danmarks-n%C3%A6ste-topmodel

Danmarks Næste Topmodel (English: Denmark's Next Top Model), or simply Topmodel, was a Danish reality television show and an adaptation of America's Next Top Model, created by Tyra Banks. It began to be broadcast on Kanal 4 with Caroline Fleming being the host.[1][2] After the fifth season, Fleming announced that she would not continue hosting the show. She was replaced by Cecilie Lassen for cycle 6.

Cycles[edit]

Cycle Premiere date Winner Runner(s)-up Other contestants in order of elimination Number of contestants International Destination(s)
1 22 September 2010 Caroline Bader Brinette Odgaard Sofia Sakko, Astrid Bech Augustinussen, Serina Jensen, Emma Penthien, Nanna Jo Borgersen, Elise Dubois, Rochel Rasmusen, Laila McFarlan, Isabella Kaufmann, Stephanie Strarup & Karen Ziefeldt 13 France
Paris
United Kingdom
London
2 22 September 2011 Julie Hasselby Nanna Liin Sørensen Cecilie Nilsson & Camilla Sebens, Josefine Hewitt, Zola Olsen & Sara Abdelghani, Nanna Stenner, Amalie Fischer, Silvija Vukovic & Kimmi Rønnebæk, Johanna Kjærbo, Shenna Salih, Carla Kruse, Natasja Smith 15 Spain
Barcelona
3 20 September 2012 Line Rehkopff Julie Lillelund Simone Pedersen & Bianca Weisshaupt, Yasmina Bach, Caroline Baastrup Larsen, Ida Gottlieb, Sasja Andersen, Nanna Wentzel, Hanna Rolsted Jensen, Emma Rolsted Jensen & Christina Birk Simonsen, Gudrun Eir Hermannsdottir & Anna Møller Levsen, Marie Louise Bang
15 Italy
Milan
4 19 September 2013 Louise Mørck Mikkelsen Caroline Hollitsch
Catrine Juhl
Klara Lau, Sille Rieck & Petronelle Schultz, Rebecca Rovsing, Andrea Helander, Mette Christensen & Amalie Egemose, Anne Holth, Josephine Bach Jacobsen, Caroline Sebber Colfelt & Amanda Elfving, Anne Kathrine Petersen Bach 15 France
Paris
5 25 September 2014 Sarah Kildevæld Madsen Lu Toft Jørgensen Michelle Desideriussen (quit), Mirah Davidsen, Mille Mørck & Julie Lund Larsen, Ceelin Aila, Danielle Svendsen, Cristine Pedersen, Mollie Edelved, Mini Obling & Louie Simmersholm, Sally Høyer 13 United Kingdom
London
6 2 September 2015 Daniel Kildevæld Madsen Malle Turpie Kamilla Spinola Sørensen, Gustav Pedersen, Issa Sultan & Julia Just Holch, Simone Holme Pallesen, Lukas Anker, Kenni Nielsen, Helene Skovsgaard Hansen, Thomas Kahle & Thea Brandi, Mark Christiansen Appadoo 13 None

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