Shikin from Malaysia brings her country to the Asia’s Next Top Model finale once again. She has won 2 first call-outs this cycle and became the new face of Zalora and the latest Subaru ambassador. Will she put #MalaysiaOnTop?
My Favorite Photo: Model on the Move (Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 5 Episode 4)
My Least Favorite Photo: Runaway Model (Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 5 Episode 1)
Also, check out Maureen‘s and Tu‘s Asia’s Next Top Model portfolios so far.
Who will become Asia’s Next Top Model? Don’t miss the exciting Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 5 finale this Wednesday 9 P.M. on STAR World. Follow Amiciness on Twitter (@amiciness) for live updates as the finale airs.
What do YOU think? Is Shikin Asia’s Next Top Model?
Asia’s Next Top Model has successfully wrapped up another cycle. I can’t believe it’s been four cycles already. I can still remember my first AsNTM post in my blog (then on Tumblr). I’ve recapped every episode (and reviewed some of them), but now it’s time to take a look back at what the show did great and what we, the fans, think need to be cut and made-over. Below are some of my literal reactions to the recently concluded Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 4.
Looking back this cycle, there were only a handful of episodes where I could pick my top favorite photographs. I also tried very hard to, as much as possible, choose one picture per model, but I could only shortlist the following for obvious reasons. Anyway, here are my top 10 favorite photos in Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 3, starting with:
10. Aimee (Shanghai Beauty)
Love love love all around. Aimee probably had the best hair (next to Gani) since she was not wearing horrible, horrible wigs, so points for that. Her booty tooch demanded attention, which balances the distraction from the busy background and the handsome young lad on the right. Lastly, the dangling strap on her left shoulder was the cherry on top that multiplied the photo’s sexiness by a zillion.
Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 3 has just successfully wrapped up. I’ve been rating the girls on their performances. Due to insistent public demand, now it’s time to take a look at what the show did great and what we, the fans, think need to be improved.