Top Model (Scandinavia cycle 2)

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Top Model (Scandinavia cycle 2)
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The cast of cycle 2 of Top Model
Country of origin Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Sweden)
No. of episodes 12
Release
Original network TV3
Original release September 2005 – November 2005
Cycle chronology
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Series summary

Top Model, cycle 2 (or Top Model: Paris) was the second cycle of Top Model. It was broadcast on TV3 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden by Viasat from September to November 2005. The winner of the competition 17-year-old Frøydis Elvenes from Narvik.[1][2] The runners-up were Anna Nørgaard from Højbjerg and Arwen Bergröm from Sundsvall.[2]

Norway's pre-selection[edit]

Norway's contestants

Norway's competition was hosted by Kathrine Sørland, who was also the head judge until the three countries merged and Cynthia Garrett took over. The first episode was aired in Norway on 5 September 2005, with the finale being aired on 21 November.[3][4] The first episode saw nine contestants selected for the competition. The final three girls chosen to compete in the final competition with Denmark and Sweden were Frøydis Elvenes, Karin Santini and Kristine Øverby. The last contestant standing was Elvenes, who went on to win the competition.[1][2] As part of her prizes, Elvenes received a cover and multiple-page spread in FHM. She also had minor success in Norway, landing various magazine campaigns and print work.

Contestants[edit]

(ages stated are at start of contest)[5]

Final 9[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Outcome
Nazila Shirindel 20 Bergen Eliminated in Episode 2
Annette Kjær 22 N/A Eliminated in Episode 3
Nora Møller 21 N/A Eliminated in Episode 4
Elise Måge 21 Haugesund Eliminated in Episode 5
Sarah Mohamud 18 Karmøy Eliminated in Episode 6
Sandra Otteraaen 18 Bergen Eliminated in Episode 7

Final 3[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Outcome
Karin Santini 19 Bekkestua Eliminated in Episode 8
Kristine Øverby 20 Aurskog Eliminated in Episode 10
Frøydis Elvenes 17 Narvik Winner

Denmark's pre-selection[edit]

Denmark's competition was hosted by Anne Pedersen who was also the head judge until the three countries merged and Cynthia Garrett took over. The first episode was aired in Denmark on 6 September 2005, with the finale being aired on 22 November.[6] The first episode saw nine contestants selected for the competition. Contestants Mikaela K. Ibsen and Heidi Helm Larsen gained local success in Denmark after signing to minor agencies. Lise M. Andersen also had mild success across Scandinavia, landing print ads and was signed to semi-popular agencies. The final three girls chosen to compete in the final competition with Norway and Sweden were Anna Nørgaard, Louise Falkenblad and Tine Holm Riis. Holm Riis had local modeling success having been signed to high-profile Danish agencies. The last contestant standing was Nørgaard, who was runner-up overall.[7] Nørgaard did not pursue a modeling career.

Contestants[edit]

(ages stated are at start of contest)[8]

Final 9[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Outcome
Mikaela K. Ibsen 19 Risskov Eliminated in Episode 2
Tanja Johnsen 20 Copenhagen Eliminated in Episode 3
Line Bang 19 Copenhagen Eliminated in Episode 4
Sofie Thrane 22 Odense Eliminated in Episode 5
Heidi Helm Larsen 21 Holstebro Eliminated in Episode 6
Lise M. Andersen 23 Herlev Eliminated in Episode 7

Final 3[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Outcome
Louise Falkenblad 19 Copenhagen Eliminated in Episode 8
Tine Holm Riis 21 Aarhus Eliminated in Episode 10
Anna Nørgaard 18 Højbjerg Runner-up

Judges[edit]

  • Anne P (host)
  • Camilla Frank (Costume editor)
  • Helen Dohlman (runway show choreographer)
  • Jeppe Mydtskov (Unique Models)
  • Mariana Verkerk (guest judge, posing and catwalk coach)

Sweden's pre-selection[edit]

Sweden's contestants

Sweden's competition was hosted by Mini Andén, who was also the head judge until the three countries merged and Cynthia Garrett took over. The first episode was aired in Sweden on 14 September 2005, with the finale being aired on 30 November. The first episode saw nine contestants selected for the competition. Among the cast were Anna Maria Moström, who died in October 2014 after getting hit by a bus while cycling in New York, and Jazzmine Berger, who had a lot of success in Sweden, signing to high-profile Swedish agencies and landing print work for various Swedish magazines. The final three girls chosen to compete in the final competition with Denmark and Norway were Arwen Bergström, Janni Juntunen and Mikaela Källgren. The last contestant standing was Bergström, who was runner-up overall.[2] Bergström would later become a socialite in popular Swedish organizations and events. She is also still signed to Swedish agencies, including MIKAs, an agency which is mostly known for managing careers of former Swedish Top Model contestants.

Contestants[edit]

(ages stated are at start of contest)[9]

Final 9[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Outcome
Fahrie Berisha 19 Stockholm Eliminated in Episode 2
Charlotte Treschow 22 Stockholm Eliminated in Episode 3
Anna Maria Moström †[a] 20 Kungsör Eliminated in Episode 4
Jazzmine Berger 18 Järfälla Eliminated in Episode 5
Maria Lindgren 22 Gothenburg Eliminated in Episode 6
Emelie Törnqvist 20 Stockholm Eliminated in Episode 7
  1. ^ In October 2014, contestant Anna Maria Moström died after colliding with a bus while cycling in New York.[10]

Final 3[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Outcome
Mikaela Källgren 19 Bjursås Eliminated in Episode 8
Janni Juntunen 21 Stockholm Eliminated in Episode 10
Mikaela "Arwen" Bergström 18 Sundsvall Runner-up

Photo shoot guide[edit]

  • Photo shoot 1: Workout in Paris
  • Photo shoot 2: In spider's web
  • Photo shoot 3: Water advert at the Eiffel Tower
  • Photo shoot 4: Disco balls & bags
  • Photo shoot 5: Angels & devils
  • Photo shoot 6: Marie Antoinette style in Versailles
  • Photo shoot 7: Bikinis in St. Tropez
  • Photo shoot 8: Group photo with dogs
  • Photo shoot 9: Moulin Rouge
  • Photo shoot 10: Eiffel Tower glamour

References[edit]

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