Top Model (Scandinavian season 2)

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Top Model
Season 2
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Country of origin Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Sweden)
No. of episodes12
Release
Original network TV3
Original releaseSeptember 2005 (2005-09) 
November 2005 (2005-11)
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Top Model, season 2 (or Top Model: Paris) was the second season of Top Model . It was broadcast on TV3 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden by Viasat from September to November 2005. The winner of the competition 17-year-old Frøydis Elvenes from Narvik. [1] [2] The runners-up were Anna Nørgaard from Højbjerg and Arwen Bergröm from Sundsvall. [2]

Contents

Call-out order

Call-out order[ citation needed ]
OrderEpisodes
891012
1Frøydis
2Anna
Arwen
3
4Janni
Kristine
Tine Holm
5
6
7Karin
Louise
8
9Mikaela
  The contestant was eliminated
  The contestant won the competition

Norway's pre-selection

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Norway's contestants

Norway's competition was hosted by Kathrine Sørland, who was also the head judge until the three countries merged and Cynthia Garrett took over. The first episode was aired in Norway on 5 September 2005, with the finale being aired on 21 November. [3] [4] The first episode saw nine contestants selected for the competition. The final three girls chosen to compete in the final competition with Denmark and Sweden were Frøydis Elvenes, Karin Santini and Kristine Øverby. The last contestant standing was Elvenes, who went on to win the competition. [1] [2] As part of her prizes, Elvenes received a cover and multiple-page spread in FHM .

Final 9

ContestantAgeHometownFinish
Nazila Shirindel20 Bergen Episode 2
Annette Kjær22N/AEpisode 3
Nora Møller21N/AEpisode 4
Elise Måge21 Haugesund Episode 5
Sarah Mohamud18 Karmøy Episode 6
Sandra Otteraaen18 Bergen Episode 7

Final 3

ContestantAgeHometownFinishPlace
Karin Santini19 Bekkestua Episode 89–7
Kristine Øverby20 Aurskog Episode 106–4
Frøydis Elvenes17 Narvik Episode 121

Denmark's pre-selection

Denmark's competition was hosted by Anne Pedersen who was also the head judge until the three countries merged and Cynthia Garrett took over. The first episode was aired in Denmark on 6 September 2005, with the finale being aired on 22 November. [5] The first episode saw nine contestants selected for the competition. The final three girls chosen to compete in the final competition with Norway and Sweden were Anna Nørgaard, Louise Falkenblad and Tine Holm Riis. The last contestant standing was Nørgaard, who was runner-up overall. [6]

Contestants

(ages stated are at start of contest) [7]

Final 9

ContestantAgeHometownFinish
Mikaela K. Ibsen19 Risskov Episode 2
Tanja Johnsen20 Copenhagen Episode 3
Line Bang19 Copenhagen Episode 4
Sofie Thrane22 Odense Episode 5
Heidi Helm Larsen21 Holstebro Episode 6
Lise M. Andersen23 Herlev Episode 7

Final 3

ContestantAgeHometownFinishPlace
Louise Falkenblad19 Herlev Episode 89–7
Tine Holm Riis21 Aarhus Episode 106–4
Anna Nørgaard18 Højbjerg Episode 123–2

Judges

Sweden's pre-selection

Sweden's contestants SNTM2.jpg
Sweden's contestants

Sweden's competition was hosted by Mini Andén, who was also the head judge until the three countries merged and Cynthia Garrett took over. The first episode was aired in Sweden on 14 September 2005, with the finale being aired on 30 November. The first episode saw nine contestants selected for the competition. The final three girls chosen to compete in the final competition with Denmark and Norway were Arwen Bergström, Janni Juntunen and Mikaela Källgren. The last contestant standing was Bergström, who was runner-up overall. [2]

Contestants

(ages stated are at start of contest) [8]

Final 9

ContestantAgeHometownFinish
Fahrie Berisha19 Stockholm Episode 2
Charlotte Treschow22 Stockholm Episode 3
Anna Maria Moström † [lower-alpha 1] 20 Kungsör Episode 4
Jazzmine Berger18 Järfälla Episode 5
Maria Lindgren22 Gothenburg Episode 6
Emelie Törnqvist20 Stockholm Episode 7
  1. In October 2014, contestant Anna Maria Moström died after colliding with a bus while cycling in New York. [9]

Final 3

ContestantAgeHometownFinishPlace
Mikaela Källgren19 Bjursås Episode 89–7
Janni Juntunen21 Stockholm Episode 106–4
Mikaela "Arwen" Bergström18 Sundsvall Episode 123–2

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