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Asia’s biggest modeling search now on 6th season

Hit reality TV series Asia’s Next Top Model is back for another season of fashion, feuds and rigorous competition on FOX Life, one of Asia’s leading general entertainment channels. 

Pinay model and Pia Wurtzbach look-alike Jach Manere is one of Philippines' representatives for the 6th season of ‘Asia's Next Top Model.‘ 
A few days ago, FOX Networks Group Asia and FOX Life officially announced the 14 young women who will compete in Season 6, selected from scores of auditioning hopefuls across the region who fought for their chance to take center stage in what promises to be the program’s most riveting season yet. 

Asia’s Next Top Model is the longest-running regional adapted TV series in Asia TV history. Season 6 introduces one of the most diverse and captivating cast from Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, and Singapore. Each contestant will bring her own distinct look and extraordinary background to bag the coveted title of Asia’s Next Top Model.

The modeling search will be hosted by Asian supermodel Cindy Bishop for the third season in a row. Renowned celebrity fashion photographer Yu Tsai will once again act as Creative Director to help mentor and guide the models through the competition. 

Much-loved Asia’s Next Top Model alumni are also coming back in Season 6. Look out for fan favorites including Monika Sta. Maria from Season 3, and Shikin Gomez and Nguyen Minh Tu from Season 5. 

Executive Producer and Showrunner from Refinery Media, Karen Seah said, “Following the enormous reception from fans of last cycle, we are extremely excited to continue the momentum this cycle with pushing the boundaries of creativity and story-telling against the raw and edgy backdrop of Bangkok.” 

Dean Dezius, Vice President of Entertainment Channels, FOX Life & FOX, at FOX Networks Group Asia, added, “We’ve scoured the region to build a cast of truly impressive women, each with her own unique personal background and exceptional raw talent. Now entering our sixth cycle, we are once again thrilled to provide a platform for Asia’s brightest up-and-coming models to learn and grow as they test their abilities in fiercely competitive photo shoots. Bringing in fans new and old and creating an exciting platform for our brand partners, there’s no question that Asia’s Next Top Model Season 6 will be the can’t-miss TV show of the summer!”

“Last season, we saw such a strong response from the AsNTM fanbase, especially in support of our Filipina models. Maureen really won the hearts of the people here and we’re sure the two girls representing the Philippines this season will do the same,” said Charo Espedido, FOX Networks Group Philippines Head of Marketing.

Tune in to Asia’s Next Top Model to get to know the 14 contestants and see who will triumph in weekly challenges, all testing the young women’s poise, intelligence and aptitude for high fashion runway and print modeling. Content will also be released online and across social media, giving fans even more ways to witness the nail-biting excitement of Asia’s favorite modeling competition. Presenting Season 6 of Asia’s Next Top Model are regional sponsor and Official Automobile Partner Subaru; Huawei, Official Smartphone Partner in the Philippines; and ést.lab by ESTETICA, Official Skincare Partner in Singapore.

Go beyond limits when Asia’s Next Top Model Season 6 premieres on FOX Life with a simulcast livestream on FOX+ on Wednesday, Aug. 22 at 9.00 p.m. For exclusive news and updates about the program, please visit www.asntm.com and follow AsNTM on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Topics: Asia’s Next Top Model , FOX Networks Group Asia , FOX Life , Cindy Bishop , Monika Sta. Maria , Dean Dezius
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