Aussie model to mentor American Supermodel

By David Knox on January 9, 2009 / Filed Under News 1

Australian supermodel Nicole Trunfio who won the third searon of TEN’s Search for a Supermodel will join Tyson Beckford as a mentor to the next American season of Make Me a Supermodel.

The series wil air on the Bravo cable network.

Trunfio, 23, has featured in magazines and for ad campaigns ranging including D&G and Lacoste and walked the runways for designers including Chanel, Versace, Roberto Cavalli, Michael Kors and Gucci.

She won the Search for a Supermodel series in 2002 and also came third in the international version. 23 is very young to be a mentor, so it seems these days, reality winners can become reality mentors with only a few years in between.

Meanwhile Rhys Uhlich, winner of Australia’s Make me a Supermodel, now has his fashion shoot in marie claire on the shelves. Only several thousand more photo shoots to attain Supermodel status.

At this rate he’ll be mentoring the next modelling series in about eighteen months…

Source: Zap2It

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  1. Michael January 10, 2009 at 12:40 am -

    She’s been a model for 6 years then. That practically makes her a dinosaur!

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