If you were a fan of Tyra Banks and the concept of America’s Next Top Model, then you might like what would happen in the Middle East. Rumors have it that a Middle Eastern edition of America’s Next Top Model may be hitting our screens soon!
The original American series often features a host of celebrity judges and producers such as Tyra Banks, Ken Mok, Kelly Cutrone, Rita Ora and Ashley Graham – to name a few and the Middle Eastern series is also at seeking well-known judges for the region’s edition. The nature of the show has not yet been revealed, for example, if the competition is for women only or for men too, like the American show.
The concept of the Middle East Model Contest will be similar to America’s Next Top Model and will be a platform for aspiring models to show that they have what it takes to succeed in the world of high-end modeling. range – contracts and cash prizes. will also be awarded to the winner. Per episode, models will be invited to participate in a number of modeling and action challenges for a number of different concepts – similar to the US and UK versions.
America’s Next Top Model first hit television screens in 2003, with the idea of helping aspiring models succeed in the mainstream and gain exposure to agencies and designers. The show has since seen 50 international versions made in countries including China, Germany, UK and India.
Western TV shows happen to be franchised around the world and more recently we’ve seen The Real Housewives Of Dubai on TV here – sparking debate, controversy and interest amongst those watching in the city and region!