Cycle two of Australia's Next Top Model
premiered on 4 January 2006 with 13 contestants competing for the title. The cycle's tagline was "Game On!"
The competition was held in Sydney
. The contestants shared an inner city apartment for several weeks while they were competing for the title of Australia's Next Top Model.
The prizes for this Cycle included a two-year contract with Chic Model Management, an all expenses paid trip to New York City
to meet with Next Model Management, an eight page editorial in Cleo magazine
, a national campaign for Napoleon cosmetics for one year, A$1,500 worth of Lovable underwear and a Samsung E530 mobile phone.
Eboni Stocks won the competition and became Australia's Next Top Model.
Prior to the airing of the show the contestants filmed a television commercial. As the theme of the cycle was 'Game On', the contestants each portrayed a different sport to the music of The Pussycat Dolls
' 'Don't Cha
Eboni did not participate in the commercial. Cycle 1 winner Gemma Sanderson wore Eboni's costume instead. Eboni's face was edited into the commercial afterwards. Gemma's face can still be clearly seen at the very beginning.
Original Airdate: 4 January 2006
The 12 wannabe models meet at 6:00 am in Sydney. They're taken to Holsworthy Army Barracks
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