This is WOW News! Studio 23 has acquired the rights to air “Asia’s Next Top Model,” the Pan-Asian adaptation of the iconic international reality competition series “America’s Next Top Model.”
“We are honored to be the official carrier of the Asian edition of the world’s most popular ultimate modeling competition, which is licensed in over 100 markets around the world,” said March Ventosa, head of Studio 23 and Cable Channels & Print Media Group (CCPMG). “We hope that the first winner in the prestigious competition will come from the Philippines.”
Filipinas will have the chance to compete in the fashion-themed reality program as it has opened casting calls to aspiring female models aged 18 to 27 years old, at least 5’7” in height, who speak and understand English, and are currently residing in the Philippines, or have a permanent address in the country. Application can be done via mail or online (www.AsiasNextTopModel.tv) until May 21, 2012, 6 p.m. (Singapore time).
The show will be hosted by well-known celebrity and former international model/VJ/actress/presenter Nadya Hutagalung, who was voted one of “Singapore’s Top 20 Most Influential People” by CNN and awarded the “Best TV Host” title by ELLE Magazine Singapore in 2009.
In the next few weeks, the program will be announcing the coveted judging panel, official modeling agency and the show’s brand partners. Watch out for “Asia’s Next Top Model” airing soon on Studio 23.