Supermodelo

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Supermodelo
Supermodelo.jpg
Genre Reality
Starring Judit Mascó (1-2)
Eloísa González (3)
Country of origin Spain
No. of seasons 3
Production
Location(s) Madrid, Spain
Release
Original network Cuatro
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release August 22, 2006 – June 20, 2008
External links
Website web.archive.org/web/20080701095206/http://www.cuatro.com/microsites/supermodelo-2008/index.html

Supermodelo (English: Supermodel) was a Spanish reality television and modeling competition which ran from 2006 to 2008, with three seasons being broadcast.

The show employed a team of teachers who helped train aspiring models. The teachers for the first season were stylist (and director of the training center in season 2) Cristina Rodríguez, runway trainer Valerio Pino, trainer Jimmy Roca, and photographer Emmanuel Rouzic. For the second season, dance instructor Rubén Nsue, nutritionist Javier Martínez, acting coach Marta Romero, and etiquette instructor Vanesa Romero joined the show. For the third season, the only returning teacher was Emmanuel Rouzic; Marie-Ange Schmitt-Lebreton became the new director and runway trainer and José "Josie" Fernández became the new stylist. Supermodelo was hosted by Spanish model Judit Mascó for the first two seasons. Eloísa González replaced her for season 3.

Each eliminee was determined on a weekly basis by public voting. The program aimed to find a Spanish representative for the Elite Model Look contest. The first two seasons featured exclusively female casts, while the third featured both male and female contestants.[1] The last season was divided into two separate competitions: male and female, with one male and one female winner being chosen.

Seasons[edit]

Season Premiere date Winner Runner-up Other contestants in order of elimination Number of contestants Destination
1 August 27, 2006 María José Gallego Yasmín García Odilia Pamela, Christel Castaño, Cristina Palavra, Yanira Catalá, Fina Rodrigo, Laura Beigveder, Graciela Tallón, Malena Costa, Elisabeth Kweku, Laura Negrete, Mayte Prieto 13 Italy
Venice
2 August 13, 2007 Noelia López Magdalena Pérez Lisa Charlotte & Janire Alejos & Gracia de Torres & Dabryna Sedeno, Irene Valerón, Paola Ditano, Raquel Hernández, Marta Abarrategui, Sandra Girón, Jessica Ruíz, Marta Vicente (quit), Silvia Salleras, Paula Hidalgo, Paula Bernaldez, Zaida Rodríguez (quit), Paloma Bloyd, Alba Carrillo, Isabel Cañete 20 None
3 April 28, 2008 Eva Prieto Maria Amparo Gracía Isabel Conejo, Nora Gárate, Raquel Martínez, Marcela Fuentes, Catalina Agilar, Yara Cobo, Mamen Solís, Belén Alarcón 20 Italy
Savona, Rome, Palermo
Malta
Malta
Tunisia
Tunisia
Oliver Baggerman Javier Vázquez Abdel Abdelkader, Mario Rodríguez, Luis Jiménez, Benito Daza, Andrés Moreno, Arturo Galue, Iván Plata, Aaron Marínez

Viewing figures[edit]

Season Episodes Premiere Finale Average audience
Viewers Share
1 12 27 August 2006 8 November 2006 1,177,000 8.5%
2 14 27 August 2007 26 November 2007 1,072,000 8.0%
3 39 28 April 2008 20 June 2008 649,000 5.5%
Total 65 27 August 2006 20 June 2008 966,000 7.3%

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