The Caribbean’s Next Top Model (CNTM) television series began yesterday and features 23 beauties from all over the region. The series will be aired simultaneously across more than 25 Caribbean countries.
The show, filmed in Trinidad and Tobago, is the Caribbean’s version of CBS’s internationally acclaimed Next Top Model series and will air 11 episodes.
Aspiring top models featured in the series comprise, Xiea from Antigua and Barbuda; Sedia from Barbados; Jenelle and Kendra from the Bahamas; Treveen from the Cayman Islands; Stephany from Curacao; Treicy from the Dominican Republic; Ashley from Guadeloupe; Lisa and Trudy-Lee from Jamaica, and Semoy, Ornella, Anna-Rosa, Davia, Julianna, Athaliah, Candace, Susan, Sheriza, Rachel, Kim-Marie, Maranda and Tinnitia from Trinidad and Tobago.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Wendy Fitzwiliam, who won Ms. Universe in 1998, served triple duty as the host, co-executive producer and judge.
Special guest appearances will be made by international stylist and fashion pundit Freddie Leiba, music producer Bryce Wilson, international photographer Matthew Jordan-Smith, fashion designer Claudia Pegus, Soca star Machel Montano and Factor Model Management’s Bridget Halanski.
The Caribbean’s Next Top Model series is sponsored by bMobile, LIME, KCL Capital Market Brokers Limited, Caribbean Airlines, The Carlton-Savannah, Farouk Systems – CHI, Trinre, Sacha Cosmetics, Factor Women, Caribbean Belle, Blue Waters, Kalloo’s and Micles.