Media ,Become a model an award-winning production company renowned for producing compelling international networks, is bringing back its popular reality competition series, supermodel. The most recent season promises a fresh approach, new challenges, a star-studded cast, and builds off the success of its first five seasons. The initial multi-platform show has received several international nominations and has been broadcasted in 13 countries globally.
Refinery Media, with Presenting Sponsor Subaru Asia and supported by Singapore Airlines Kris Shop, Season 6 was filmed in Singapore in June, with 12 aspiring models from 8 markets across Asia, i.e., Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. Themed around female empowerment, this season’s titled’SupermodelMe Revolution ‘aims to offer a fresh take on the modeling reality competition series: one that’s modern, edgy, and exemplifies what this means to
Refinery Media’s modeling reality shows, including Supermodel Me Season 1 to 5 and Asia’s Next Top Model Cycles 5 & 6, have helped produce a new generation of successful Models and Social Media Influencers. In the all-new season, the supermodel hopefuls will face challenges like no time before, as they undergo intensive sports and fashion-related tasks while testing their individual mental and physical resolve in the cutthroat world of fashion. They try this while living together under one roof and going head-to-head against each other. The Revolution series aims to push the model boundaries of mind, body, and soul. Only one contestant will emerge as the best Supermodel Me winner and should go home with a Subaru Ambassadorship, an address on Harper’s Bazaar, and a modeling contract with Storm Model Management.
Besides new and emerging talents, Supermodel Me Revolution may also feature familiar and prominent faces in the fashion and modeling industry. Hosted by supermodel and actress Cindy Bishop, she’s joined by an esteemed panel of residents judges, including American photographer Yu Tsai – most famously noted for his involvement on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 22 and Cycle 23, Hani Hoofer – TV host and emcee, As Wang – Singaporean actress, model and entrepreneur, and Carrion Gray – Filipino-Australian model, singer and Miss Universe 2018. In 2010 may also feature taskmasters Monika Sta. Maria – Filipino model and runner-up of Asia’s Next Top Model (Cycle 3) and Dana Solar – Thai model and winner of Asia’s Next Top Model (Cycle 6), who will assist you to mentor contestants and offer them the very best advice possible.
“This has been quite a long time coming, but we’re very excited to bring back Supermodel Me for the Reboot season. It is a show that I am personally passionate about and this season, and we go beyond an ideal picture, catwalk show or video, to challenge the girls to offer their best. We had to deal with extra challenges because of Covid19, flying an international cast into Singapore and ensuring the whole crew and cast were safe, but all we were holding worth your time and effort for the chance to make an entirely original series once again. Fans can expect a great deal more exciting and challenging moments,” said Karen Sea, Founder and Executive Producer of Refinery Media. “We’ve pushed the boundaries of a locally-made, internationally-recognized multi-platform television format into one that’s transformative and impactful, both on the fashion industry and the lives of the contestants. In 2010 is not any different – and hopefully to raise the spotlight of local and regional talents, along with female empowerment on the planet of fashion and modeling.”