Edutainment TV and Buro 24/7 have announced that an officially licensed Mongolian adaptation of “America’s Next Top Model” will begin on January 14.
A total of 220 women auditioned to compete on “Mongolia’s Next Top Model”, and 14 finalists were selected to compete on the show. The finalists will stay in a luxury house in Khiimori Town for two months during the taping of the show.
On January 5, the show’s producers held a press conference at Shangri-La Mall. Producer of On’n Off Production T.Nansalmaa, the show’s host, producers, and others partici-
pated in the press conference.
U.Sodgerel, founder of Buro 24/7:
I am really happy that we are working on this famous show. I hope this show will bring Mongolian fashion to a new level. The Mongolian fashion sector is developing for sure, but we have a lack of models and designers to compete at the international level. This show will give models the chance to walk on international runways. A team of hairstylists, fashion stylists, make-up artists, and designers are working together on this show.
D.Oyunnomin, host and head judge:
We are happy that an adaptation of “America’s Next Top Model” is taking place in Mongolia. I am very lucky to have become a part of this famous show. I want to express my gratitude to the show’s producers for evaluating my skills and choosing me as its host and head judge. I will do my best, I promise. This show will make great contributions to the Mongolian fashion sector. Currently, we have chosen the 14 top contestants. I hope a top model will be born from this show.
Marty Redman, executive producer of “Britain’s Next Top Model”:
I am an advising producer for “Mongolia’s Next Top Model”. I am very happy for that. I have been working as an executive producer on “Britain’s Next Top Model” for 12 years. This is an amazing show. I hope the show will explode and succeed in the Mongolian fashion sector.