Top Model (Scandinavia cycle 3)

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Top Model (Scandinavia cycle 3)
ScNTM3.jpg
The cast of cycle 3 of Top Model
Country of origin Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Sweden)
No. of episodes 12
Release
Original network TV3
Original release February 2006 – May 2006
Cycle chronology
← Previous
Cycle 2
Series summary

Top Model, cycle 3 (or Top Model: Milano) was the third and final cycle of Top Model. The winner of the competition was 18-year-old Freja Kjellberg Borchies from Vaxholm. The runners-up were Anna Brændstrup from Aarhus and Therese Haugsnes from Flateby.[1][2] Following the conclusion of the cycle, the three coutries parted ways and went on to produce their own individual adaptations of Top Model.

Call-out order[edit]

Call-out order[citation needed]
Order Episodes
8 9 10 12
1 Freja
2 Anna
Therese
3
4 Camilla
Mira Aanes
Sabina
5
6
7 Florina
8 Anna
Cathrine
9
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant won the competition

Denmark's pre-selection[edit]

Denmark's contestants

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 14 February 2006, with the finale being aired on 2 May.[3] The first episode saw nine contestants selected for the competition. The final three girls chosen to compete in the final competition with Norway and Sweden were Anna Brændstrup, Camilla Schønberg and Sara Olsen.[4] The last contestant standing was Brændstrup, who was runner-up overall.[1][2]

Contestants[edit]

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

Final 10[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Finish
Mira Pelle 23 Svendborg Episode 2
Cecilia Kristensen 20 Arvika, Sweden Episode 3
Stine Palle 20 Næstved Episode 4
Nana Bach Nielsen 19 Nørrebro
Line Vanggaard Nielsen 21 Copenhagen Episode 5
Christina Mortensen 19 Aalborg Episode 6
Signe Nørgaard 20 Aarhus Episode 7

Final 3[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Finish Place
Sara Olsen 18 Nørrebro Episode 8 9–8
Camilla Schønberg 19 Roskilde Episode 10 6–4
Anna Brændstrup 18 Aarhus Episode 12 3–2

Judges[edit]

  • Anne Pedersen (host)
  • Hervé Bernard (photographer)
  • Mariana Verkerk (guest judge)

Norway's pre-selection[edit]

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 27 February 2006, with the finale being aired on 15 May. 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 Cathrine Wenger, Mira Aanes Wolden and Therese Haugsnes.[4] The last contestant standing was Haugsnes, who was runner-up overall.[1][2]

Contestants[edit]

(ages stated are at start of contest)[6]

Final 9[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Finish
Ingrid Janne Sæberg 21 Bergen Episode 2
Rikke Kalsveen 18 Sofiemyr Episode 3
Helene Sletten Vangen 22 Løten Episode 4
Ellen Brenger 23 Oslo Episode 5 (quit)
Kira Hellsten 19 Fredrikstad Episode 5
Camilla Abry 23 Hosle Episode 7

Final 3[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Finish Place
Cathrine Wenger 19 Asker Episode 8 9–8
Mira Aanes Wolden 18 Nærsnes Episode 10 6–4
Therese Haugsnes 21 Flateby Episode 12 3–2

Sweden's pre-selection[edit]

Sweden's contestants

Sweden's competition was hosted by Malin Persson, who was also the head judge until the three countries merged and Cynthia Garrett took over. The first episode was aired in Sweden on 8 March 2006, with the finale being aired on 24 May. The two-hour premiere saw ten contestants selected for the competition. The final three girls chosen to compete in the final competition with Denmark and Norway were Florina Weisz, Freja Kjellberg Borchies and Sabina Karlsson.[4][7] The last contestant standing was Kjellberg Borchies, who went on to win the competition.

Contestants[edit]

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

Final 10[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Finish
Sandra Nilsson 20 Malmö Episode 2
Joanna Häggblom 19 Gothenburg
Ebba Söderström 17 Stockholm Episode 3
Emma Johansson 20 Stockholm Episode 4
Julia Agapova 19 Farsta Episode 5
Sofia Eriksson 19 Smedjebacken Episode 6
Kristina Svensson 19 Huskvarna Episode 7

Final 3[edit]

Contestant Age Hometown Finish Place
Florina Weisz 20 Halmstad Episode 9 7
Sabina Karlsson 17 Växjö Episode 10 6–4
Freja Kjellberg Borchies 18 Vaxholm Episode 12 1

Photo shoot guide[edit]

  • Photo shoot 1: Fruit swimsuits
  • Photo shoot 2: Young mothers
  • Photo shoot 3: Romantic sensuality
  • Photo shoot 4: Busy streets couture
  • Photo shoot 5: Underwater nymphs
  • Photo shoot 6: Gladiatoresses
  • Photo shoot 7: Bikinis on the Italian Alps
  • Photo shoot 8: Golden 20s Vamp
  • Photo shoot 9: Beauty shoot with popsicles
  • Photo shoot 10: Diva with man and paparazzi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Svenska Freja vann Top Model". Expressen. Retrieved 2016-03-29. 
  2. ^ a b c http://www.vg.no/rampelys/moter-og-modeller/therese-trodde-ikke-jeg-skulle-vinne/a/116542/
  3. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20080407213457/http://www.topmodel.tv3.dk/Afsnit/Tirsdag2majfinaleafsnit/
  4. ^ a b c Loodtz, Ann-Kristin. "Modellenes hete utfordrere". Nettavisen. Retrieved 2016-04-11. 
  5. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20090402044929/http://www.topmodel.tv3.dk/pigerne/
  6. ^ "TV3 - Top Model - Forside -". 2006-04-19. Archived from the original on April 19, 2006. Retrieved 2016-03-29. 
  7. ^ "Storbråk i "Top model"". Aftonbladet. Retrieved 2016-03-29. 
  8. ^ "En ska bli toppmodell". Aftonbladet. Retrieved 2016-03-29. 

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