One week ago Wiwi launched his annual search for Eurovision’s Next Top Model. Since then you guys have cast 1,582 votes for the women you think have the beauty and the poise to make it on the runway after Eurovision. Twenty-five women want a place in the final, but we only have room for 14 contestants in the Top Model House. That means we have to cut the four women with the lowest number of votes every week, and throw out a fifth contestant somewhere along the way. The first elimination begins now.
Wiwi only has 21 photos in his hands. And these photos represent the 21 women who are still in the running to become Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2011. I’ll be calling names starting with the woman who received the most number of votes. The numbers shown represent the total number of votes and the percentage of overall votes. The first contestant moving on to the next week of voting is…..
The Azeri singer who voters have come to know and love is actually named Nigar Jamal, but she transformed into Nikki shortly after winning the Azeri National Final. Nikki and her Azeri co-singer Eldar Qasimov currently have the most-watched video of all the Eurovision 2011 contestants on the official Eurovision YouTube channel. Given Nikki’s sexy look, we’re sure those viewing figures will keep on rising! Congratulations, Nikki. You’re still in the running to become Eurovision’s Next Top Model.
It’s extremely close at the top of this poll, and only 50 votes separate Nikki from this week’s second-place finisher. She recently released an English-language version of her Eurovision song “Jestem,” and she has one of the hottest preview videos at Eurovision 2011. She’s the tastiest thing to come out of Poland since the kielbasa. She is….
Third place this week doesn’t go to one woman, but two. They competed at Eurovision in 2008 as back-up dancers, but their performance this week proves they’re ready to take center stage all by themselves. Get ready to double your pleasure and double your fun because third place goes to the TWiiNS.
Our fourth-place finisher is the only other woman to earn more than 100 votes during the first week of competition. Armenians have expressed unease that she’s singing a song called “Boom Boom” at Eurovision, but that can’t take away from her natural beauty and perfect complexion. She is…..
Wiwi only has 17 more photos in this hands. And these photos represent the 17 aspiring models who have automatic places in the final. I’m now going to call out 16 of you at once, and leave one model hanging. The 16 lucky ladies are:
Would the following five ladies please step forward…
Wiwi is extremely disappointed in the five of you. You guys only managed a total of 25 votes between you. Belarusian babe Anastasia Vinnikova managed to get 26 votes and she is only one person! If you guys can’t even muster ten votes a piece, how can you lasso the millions of votes needed to win Eurovision? And how can Wiwi trust that you’ll earn the support of the public if you ever get a chance to walk down a runway?
Mathilde, Sopho and Florence—it’s obvious that you guys are out. Wiwi needs you to return to the hotel, pack your belongings and go home. And don’t steal any of the toiletries because I will make your delegations pay for them.
Now, we have an interesting situation for that final spot. Both Aurela Gace from Albania and the two unidentifiable women from the Portuguese protest group Homens da Luta have earned seven votes. It’s up to Wiwi to break the tie.
Unidentifiable women from Portuguese protest group Homens da Luta: I respect your courage in wearing traditional peasant wear and for holding your own while singing with the Village People. Aurela: I respect your edgy look, and the fact that you obviously died your hair using Tropical Punch Kool-Aid. So who stays? The Portuguese ladies who make brave, but completely disastrous fashion choices? Or the Albanian whose video makes her look like an absolute freak-a-zoid? The woman still in the running for Eurovision’s Next Top Model is…
And with that, we’re down to 21 ladies. The poll will keep running, and we’ll send another four ladies home next week. It’s up to you, Europe! Tell your friends and family to vote for their favorite, too!