Top Model (Polish TV series)

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For the current cycle, see Top Model (Poland cycle 6).
Top Model
Top Model Poland Logo.PNG
Genre Reality television
Created by Tyra Banks
Directed by Piotr Wawrzyniak
Presented by Joanna Krupa
Opening theme SheMoans - "Super Girl"
(Season 1)

SheMoans - "Super Girl" remix
(Seasons 2-4)
Country of origin Poland
Original language(s) Polish
Production
Executive producer(s) Rinke Rooyens
Ewa Leja
Running time 45 minutes
Production company(s) Rochstar
TVN
Release
Original network TVN
Picture format SD: 576i, HD: 1080i 16:9
Original release September 8, 2010 – present
External links
Website

Top Model (formerly Top Model. Zostań modelką (English: Top Model. Become a Model)) is a Polish reality television series based on Tyra Banks' America's Next Top Model, which sees a number of aspiring models compete against each other in a variety of competitions to win the title of Top Model among other prizes in hopes of a successful career in the modeling business.[1]

The competition is hosted by Polish American model Joanna Krupa, who serves as the lead judge. The other members of the judging panel are fashion designer Dawid Woliński, runway coach Kasia Sokołowska and photographer Marcin Tyszka.[2] Model Anja Rubik has made several guest appearances throughout the show's run.[3]

Judges[edit]

Judges Seasons
1
(2010)
2
(2011)
3
(2013)
4
(2014)
5
(2015)
6
(2016)
Joanna Krupa
Host/head judge
Dawid Woliński
Main
Karolina Korwin Piotrowska
Main
Marcin Tyszka
Main
Magda Mielcarz
Mentor
Michał Piróg
Mentor
Kasia Sokołowska
Main

Format[edit]

Former Top Model. Zostań modelką logo (2010–2013)

Challenges[edit]

Challenges generally focus on elements important to modeling which will help the contestants improve for the week's photo shoot. A guest judge evaluates the contestants and decides the winner of each challenge. The winner of the challenge receives a prize for their victory, such as immunity from elimination for the week. Sometimes the challenge winner is permitted to choose a certain number of other contestants to share their reward, while the others receive no prize.

Judging and elimination[edit]

Once a week, based on the models' performance in the week's challenge, photo shoot, and general attitude, the judges are required to eliminate one contestant from the competition. During the elimination ceremony, the host calls out the names of the contestants who are still in the competition, handing them a copy of their best photo from the shoot. The two or three worst-performing models of the week are in danger of elimination, and one of them is eliminated. In some cases, the series sees double eliminations and non-eliminations by consensus of the judging panel.

Differences from America's Next Top Model[edit]

In contrast to America's Next Top Model, in which each cycle begins with preliminary rounds that span one or two episodes and around 30 pre-selected semi-finalists, Top Model begins with several rounds of open auditions held in cities across Poland, followed by a "bootcamp" which concludes with the selection of the final cast of 13 or 14, with the casting process spanning three or four episodes. Contestants are sometimes split into pairs for photo shoots, and the better-performing contestant from each pair is determined during the evaluation panel and granted immunity. Each cycle concludes with a live broadcast in which the final three or four contestants compete in front of a live audience, and a televote decides the winner of the competition.

Cycles[edit]

Cycle Premiere date Winner Runner-up Other contestants in order of elimination Number of contestants International Destination(s)
1 8 September 2010 Paulina Papierska Ola Kuligowska Zuza Walkowiak, Sonia Wesołowska, Paulina Pszech, Nicole Rosłoniec (quit), Pamela Jedziniak, Marta Szulawiak, Emilia Pietras, Magda Swat, Beata Szarłowska, Weronika Lewicka, Kasia Smolińska, Ania Piszczałka 14[4] Italy
Milan
2 7 September 2011 Olga Kaczyńska Ania Bałon Karolina Hennig, Gabrysia Pacholarz, Magda Roman, Natalia Piaskowska, Vera Suprunenko (disqualified), Viktoria Driuk, Oliwia Downar-Dukowicz & Dorota Trojanowska, Honorata Wojtkowska, Asia Kudzbalska, Michalina Manios 13 France
Paris
Kenya
Mombasa
3 6 March 2013 Zuza Kołodziejczyk Marcela Leszczak Ksenia Chlebicka, Ola Antas, Ania Piechowiak, Ania Koryto, Marta Zimlińska, Ola Krysiak, Asia Zaremska, Ania Cybulska, Justyna Pawlicka, Tamara Subbotko, Renata Kurczab, Klaudia Strzyżewska 14 India
Mumbai
Portugal
Madeira
4 1 September 2014 Osi Ugonoh Michał Baryza Karolina Kaczyńska, Michał Kaszyński, Ola Grzegorczyk, Adam Boguta, Mateusz Maga, Misza Czumaczenko, Ewelina Pachucka, Ola Żuraw, Michalina Strabel, Mateusz Jarzębiak, Marta Sędzicka 13 Portugal
Lisbon
Spain
Fuerteventura
5 7 September 2015 Radek Pestka Karolina Pisarek Justyna Łopian, Jagoda Judzińska, Sebastian Zawiliński & Ola Ławnik-Sadkowska, Michael Mikołajczuk, Natalia Gulkowska (quit), Kamila Ibrom & Andre Whyte, Samuel Kowalski, Magda Stępień-Kolesnikow & Karolina Gilon, Jakob Kosel 14 Israel
Tel Aviv
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Cần Thơ
Spain
Lanzarote
6 6 September 2016 Patryk Grudowicz Ewa Niespodziana Kamil Popławski, Zuza Matysiak, Mariusz Tomczak, Sasza Muzheiko, Ola Żbinkowska, Mateusz Zapotocki, Kamila Warzecha, Mateusz Mil, Adam Niedźwiedź, Ada Daniel, Natalia Karabasz, Daniel Tracz, Daria Zhalina 15 Spain
Madrid
Israel
Eilat

References[edit]

  1. ^ - TVN: ruszają castingi do programu top model
  2. ^ - TVN: anja rubik w programie top model. zostań modelką
  3. ^ - Modelka Anja Rubik z Rzeszowa wystapi w "Top Model. Zostań Modelką” - 27 sierpnia 2010
  4. ^ The original number of contestants was 13. This increased to 14 when Magda Swat, who was originally eliminated in the semi-finals, entered the competition as a replacement for Nicole Rosłoniec, who withdrew from the competition due to injury.