Die Model WG (Germany)

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Die Model WG
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Promotial Photograph of the Cast of
Die Model WG
Genre Reality television
Presented by Peyman Amin
Country of origin  Germany
No. of episodes TBA
Release
Original network Pro Sieben
Original release 14 January – 27 February 2010
External links
Website

Die Model WG (German for The Model Community) is a German reality documentary which claims to follow the life of aspiring models that are living together in one loft which most of them being former contestants on Germany's Next Topmodel. It is the German adaptation of the US-American show Modelville, which also resulted in an Austrian version with the same title.
GNTM-judge and model agent Peyman Amin is the mentor of the models and responsible for organizing castings and booking for them. Therefore, he equals the role of a model agent during the girls stay in the apartment.

Starting with six girls, the show saw several girls voluntary leaving the apartment and therefore the show over the course of the episodes having another girl moving in as the replacement.

The winner of the show will move to a "Model-WG" in New York.[1]

Contestants[edit]

(ages stated are at time of contest)

Name Age Hometown Former Participation, Placement
Anne-Kathrin “Anni” Wendler 22 Schwerin GNTM 2, 2nd
Sarina Nowak 17 Gerdau-Bohlsen GNTM 4, 6th
Denise Dahinten 18 Bruchköbel GNTM 2, 10th
Sarah Knappik 23 Bochum GNTM 3, 8th
Tessa Bergmeier 20 Hamburg GNTM 4, 14th
Yvonne Schröder 21 Frankfurt am Main GNTM 1, 2nd

Weekly Performances[edit]

Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Anni JOB JOB JOB JOB JOB WIN
Sarina JOB JOB JOB JOB EXIT
Denise JOB JOB JOB EXIT
Sarah JOB JOB EXIT
Tessa JOB JOB EXIT
Yvonne JOB EXIT
     The contestant won the competition
     The contestant was booked for a job
     The contestant was booked for two or more jobs
     The contestant left the competition
  • Episodes 3 and 6 did not have eliminations.
  • In Episode 7, the top 3 was revealed before the winner was announced.

Controversies[edit]

While the show was filmed, a fight between two contestants of the show (Tessa and Sarah) became the subject of several tabloid magazines where one was supposed to have attacked the other one with a pan in front of the cameras. So Tessa had to leave the show in the fifth week. [2]

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