The search begins for the continent’s next supermodel as Africa’s Next Top Model starts scouting on the continent. The first historic season of Africa’s Next Top Model will be filmed in Cape Town, South Africa.
Aspiring models that want to get a chance to travel to Cape Town, South Africa and “Live the Beautiful Life” must attend one of the scouting auditions taking place in the selected locations.
Supermodel, Oluchi Orlandi will be present at all the scouting auditions to personally select the 12 lucky girls who will travel to Cape Town, South Africa for the filming of Africa’s Next Top Model. South African Fashion Designer, Thula Sindi will also be present at the scouting auditions in Nigeria and Angola. Africa’s Next Top Model will be aired on M-Net’s AfricaMagic channels later this year.
Anyone from any country on the continent can audition. If the auditions aren't being held in your specific country then you can audition in the country closest to you. All Africans are welcome! This competition is for all of you! Live the beautiful life! Come to the auditions and stand a chance to be on a shoot of a lifetime in Cape Town, South Africa.
Applicants must be 18-27 years old at the time of application, at least 5'7" (170cm) in height, and must not have an existing contract with a modelling agency at the time of application. Plus-sized models are eligible to apply, but no male models.
Ladies, in countries where no auditions are being held can also email their pictures and completed entry forms to [email protected] or [email protected] scouting starts in July 2013.
Check out scouting dates and venues for respective countries:
Mozambique (Maputo) at Polana Serena Hotel on the 6th of July 2013.
South Africa (Johannesburg) at the Sandton Convention Centre on the 9th of July 2013.
Kenya (Nairobi) at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) on the 14th of July 2013.
Ghana (Accra) at the M Plaza Hotell on the 20th of July 2013.
Nigeria (Lagos) at the Federal Palace on the 23rd of July 2013.
Angola (Luanda) at the Paz Flor Cultural Centre on the 28th of July 2013.
South Africa (Cape Town) at the Cape Town Convention Centre (CTICC) on the 1st of August 2013.
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