The women competing at the Eurovision Song Contest don’t just know how to work. They also know how to work it. Over the past month beauties from all over Europe have been plucking, preening, and waxing with the hope of becoming Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2015. Established in 2009, the competition has become the premier online modelling contest for women competing at Eurovision. We’re here to let the ladies shine.
Twenty-nine hopefuls entered the House of Wiwi on March 27. During the semi-finals our readers cast a total of 81,730 votes. During our first elimination we said goodbye to Serbia’s Bojana Stamenov, France’s Lisa Angell, the UK’s Bianca Nicholas and the Czech Republic’s Marta Jandova. During our second elimination we said sayonara to Slovenia’s Marjetika, Latvia’s Aminata Savadogo, Poland’s Monika Kuszynska, Germany’s Ann Sophie and San Marino’s Anita Simoncini. During our third elimination we had to boot Hungary’s Boggie, Belarus’s Maimuna, Portugal’s Leonor Andrade, Estonia’s Elina Born, Greece’s Maria-Elena Kyriakou, and The Netherlands’ Trijntje Oosterhuis.
But then we threw all of our castaways a lifeline and let you guys vote to save two of them. In our 48-hour flash poll Estonia’s Elina and Greece’s Maria-Elena were given a second chance. They’re back — and they’re ready to fight for the title.
Now 16 (mostly) beautiful women stand before us, and it’s up to you to decide which one of them has what it takes to succeed as an international superstar when the Eurovision glory fades.
These women have big bra cups to fill, so don’t be hasty. Before you vote, please visit the Top Model Hall of Fame to see previous winners. Then review the contestants’ portfolios below. You can also see them performing their Eurovision entries on our contestants page and can read our reviews of their songs on the Wiwi Jury page.
You can vote for as many contestants as you would like, but you can only vote one time. Be sure to check the box next to each woman who you want to support. The poll closes on June 2, more than a week after the Eurovision finale. We want the women to be able to focus on their Eurovision performances on May 23. Dealing with the stress of this contest would simply be too much for them. Remember: beauty isn’t just about bone structure and body. It’s also about personality and charm, and a willingness to smile while bloggers ask you ridiculous questions. Please consult our interviews section to see who has charisma—and who needs an attitude adjustment.
It’s up to you, Europe. Start voting now!