Britain's Next Top Model




Dave Berry (2010 Live Final)


Head Judges:
Lisa Butcher (2005)
Lisa Snowdon (2006-9)
Elle Macpherson (2010-13)
Abbey Clancey (2016-)

Jonathan Phang (2005-7)
Marie Helvin (2005)
Paula Hamilton (2006-7)
Gerry Deveaux (2008)
Huggy Ragnarsson (2008-9)
Louis Mariette (2009)
Grace Woodward (2010-11)
Charley Speed (2010-11)
Julien MacDonald (2010-12)
Whitney Port (2012)
Tyson Beckford (2012-13)
Dannii Minogue (2013)
Paul Sculfor (2016-7)
Hilary Alexander (2016-7)
Nicky Johnston (2016-)
Cindy Bishop (2017-)
Max Rogers (2017-)

Guest Judges:
Nicola Roberts (2010)
Sophie Ellis-Bextor (2011)
Janice Dickinson (2011)
Tyson Beckford (2011)
Henry Holland (2011)
Ronan & Yvonne Keating (2011)


Thumbs Up Productions for LIVINGtv, 14 September 2005 to 4 October 2010 (69 episodes in 6 series)

as Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model: Thumbs Up Productions for Sky Living, 4 July 2011 to 5 September 2013 (39 episodes in 3 series)

Thumbs Up Productions for Lifetime, 14 January 2016 to present


British version of a highly successful international format whereby females take on a variety of modelling tasks (which always seem to involve wearing clothes and looking good on photo shoots, strangely enough) and living in a house together whilst getting gradually eliminated by the three resident judges and a bonus guest judge week by week.

This being Britain, the prizes are a little less glamourous than their US counterpart (one year's representation by a Proper Modelling Company, and an exclusive photoshoot with B magazine which must be elitist, aspirational and exciting because we've never heard of it).

It does keep the rather natty "airbrushing the eliminee from the group photo after the credits" thing they do in the original US show, however.


2005 Lucy Ratcliffe
2006 Lianna Fowler
2007 Lauren McAvoy
2008 Alex Evans
2009 Mecia Simson
2010 Tiffany Pisani
2011 Jade Thompson
2012 Letitia Herod
2013 Lauren Lambert
2016 Chloe Keenan
Spring 2017 Olivia Wardell
Autumn 2017 Ivy Watson


Series 2 runner-up Abbey Clancy would go on to forge a successful modelling and TV career.

The final of series 6 was broadcast live, allowing viewers to vote for the winner for the first time.

From series 7, the programme was renamed Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model allowing contestants from Ireland as well as Britain to compete.

Web links

Lifetime site

Sky site from 2012 via

Wikipedia entry


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