Based on the hit US reality show America's Next Top Model this UK version presented by Lisa Snowdon follows the thirteen hopefuls through their journey to becoming Britain's newest 'Top Model'. Expect tears and tantrums as each girl attempts to claw her way to the top, because, there can only be one Britain's Next Top Model...
Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 1 was the first series of Britain's Next Top Model and it was broadcast on LIVINGtv. The international destinations of the series were Paris, France and Milan, Italy. The prize was a contract management and representation from Models 1, a contract with Ruby & Millie cosmetics, and a fashion cover for B Magazine. In addition, the winner had another contract management from Beatrice Models in Milan. The show was followed by a short programme entitled 'The Evictees Story' which showed the eliminated model and her journey through the competition. This was then followed by 'Britain's Next Top Model: Confessionals' which showed each girl in the confessional room talking about the other girls which wasn't shown on the show. For the second series 'The Evictees Story' was dropped and 'Confessionals' was dropped for the third. The first cycle was hosted by former supermodel Lisa Butcher and judged along with Marie Helvin and Jonathan Phang. The winner was 20 year old Lucy Ratcliffe from Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 2 was the second cycle of Britain's Next Top Model and the second series aired on LIVINGtv. The cast was increased to 13 contestants. The international destination was Marrakech, Morocco. The prize was a contract management and representation by Models 1, an advertising campaign in Ford Fiesta and a cover and 6-page spread of Company Magazine. Lisa Snowdon became the host of this cycle after previous host Lisa Butcher left the show due to her wooden performance in the previous cycle. Also, Marie Helvin was replaced with Paula Hamilton. Jonathan Phang remains as a judge. The winner was 18 year old Lianna Fowler from Derby, England.
Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 3 was the third cycle of Britain's Next Top Model and the third series aired on Living. For this cycle the judges remain the same as they did during last series. The number of contestants was decreased to 12, the same number of contestants as Cycle 1. The opening credits received a makeover and the theme song was also changed. The international destination for this cycle was Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The winner's prize was management and representation by Models 1, a contract with Ruby & Millie Cosmetics and a cover and 6-page spread in Company Magazine. The winner of the competition was 20 year-old Lauren McAvoy from Wickford, Essex. Runner-up Louise Watts participated as a contestant on America's Next Top Model, Cycle 18 along with six other former BNTM contestants. Watts quit the competition in the 3rd episode because she felt she couldn't handle the negative criticism of the judges, particularly Kelly Cutrone.
Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 4 is the fourth cycle of Britain's Next Top Model. The cycle, like the previous cycles, was aired on SkyLiving. The cycle was said to be "Bigger, better and bustier than ever before." There were major changes in this cycle. The winner's prize changed and the judging panel also received a change; Icelandic fashion photographer Huggy Ragnarsson and Gerry Deveaux replaced two of the former judges, Paula Hamilton and Jonathan Phang. This is the only cycle to feature a cast of 14 contestants until Cycle 6, rather than the usual 12 or 13. The international destination during this cycle was South Africa. The winner's prize was a contract with Models 1, an Revlon Comestics campaign, with a 6 page spread and cover of Company Magazine. The winner was 18-year-old Alex Evans from Cranleigh, Surrey.
Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 5 is the fifth cycle of Britain's Next Top Model and the fifth cycle to air on Living. With an increased budget, Cycle 5 claims to be "bigger, better and more high-fashion than ever before." The winner of this cycle, like the previous cycles, received a contract with modelling agency Models 1, became the face of a Max Factor cosmetics compaign, and a cover and six-page spread in Company Magazine. This was Lisa Snowdon's last series as the host and was replaced by supermodel Elle Macpherson. Mecia Simson was announced as the winner of the competition. Runner up Sophie Sumner would later claim victory as the winner of America's Next Top Model: British Invasion.
Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 6 was the sixth cycle of Britain's Next Top Model, and the sixth cycle to air on Living. It premiered on 5 July 2010. This cycle featured a completely revamped judging panel. Host Lisa Snowdon was replaced by supermodel Elle Macpherson. The new judging panel consisted of fashion designer Julien MacDonald, fashion stylist Grace Woodward, and former model Charley Speed. The winner was 18-year old Tiffany Pisani, from the island country of Malta, after beating Alisha White and Joy Mclaren in a public vote during a live finale. She won a modelling contract with Models 1 agency, a six-page fashion editorial, along with an appearance on the cover of Company, and a £100,000 contract with Revlon cosmetics, which included a photoshoot for the company's "Colorburst Lipstick" and campaigns posing as the face of Revlon's Autumn/Winter 2010 trend collection launching in the UK in November.
Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model, Cycle 7 is the seventh cycle of Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model. It aired from 4 July to 26 September 2011. Beginning with this cycle, the show's title has been changed from 'Britain's Next Top Model' to 'Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model', as the show now officially includes contestants from the Republic of Ireland. This cycle once again featured fashion model Elle Macpherson as executive producer and host alongside a judging panel consisting of Julien MacDonald, fashion stylist Grace Woodward, and male model Charley Speed. The winner of the competition was 20-year old Jade Thompson from Stoke on Trent, England. As a prize, she received a modelling contract with top international agency Models 1; a six-page fashion editorial, along with an appearance on the cover of fashion magazine Company; a £100,000 cosmetics contract with Revlon; a trip to Sandals Resorts Jamaica; an international fashion campaign with respected high-street brand Miss Selfridge, who have used models such as Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss for campaigns; and a new Peugeot RCZ.