25,000 want to be Seven’s Supermodel

By David Knox on June 18, 2008 / Filed Under News 0

Seven has received over 25,000 enquiries for Make me a Supermodel. Last week it had announced 9000 applications.

Meanwhile marie claire fashion mag editor Jackie Frank will become as one of the judges.

She joins Chadwicks’ Martin Walsh as one of two judges announced. She has also been a regular on Sunrise.

“My career has been spent at the top end of fashion in the US, UK and Australia, so I’ve had the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in the industry, both locally and internationally,” Jackie says.

“Having worked with the world’s greatest supermodels from Linda Evangelista and Claudia Schiffer to Christy Turlington, I know the hard work and dedication it takes to become part of that elite group, and stay there.”

The show began auditions on the weekend.

Press Release:

Jackie Frank, editor of Australia’s number one fashion magazine, marie claire, was announced today as one of the judges on Channel Seven’s new show MAKE ME A SUPERMODEL.

Jackie will join host Jennifer Hawkins and fellow judge Martin Walsh, managing director of Chadwick Models and Management, as they search for Australia’s next face of fashion.

Jackie launched an illustrious career as fashion editor for several elite international publications, including UK and American ELLE, before working on both the UK and US editions of marie claire.

She has been at the helm of Australia’s number one fashion title since its launch in August 1995. She also appears each week as an “All Star” on Seven’s Sunrise.

“My career has been spent at the top end of fashion in the US, UK and Australia, so I’ve had the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in the industry, both locally and internationally,” Jackie says.

“Having worked with the world’s greatest supermodels from Linda Evangelista and Claudia Schiffer to Christy Turlington, I know the hard work and dedication it takes to become part of that elite group, and stay there.

“Australia has produced some of the best models in the world and I know there is a lot of raw talent waiting to be unearthed. I look forward to helping to discover that talent with this show.”

MAKE ME A SUPERMODEL will discover Australia’s most stunning unknown male and female models with the best of the beautiful bunch to be represented by Chadwick, Australia’s top model agency.

The nationwide search began this weekend with more than 1500 wannabe supermodels strutting their stuff at auditions in Sydney. The quest continues this week, in Adelaide, the Gold Coast and Brisbane. For full audition details go to:

www.yahoo7.com.au/supermodel - the website has now had over 25,000 enquiries from potential Supermodels.

MAKE ME A SUPERMODEL is an Endemol Southern Star production for the Seven Network, from a Tiger Aspect Productions format.

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