After weeks of public voting, tear-jerking eliminations and a series of challenges, Fallon Harris - 19, Heidi Ann Jamieson - 17, Racquel Jones - 19, Saskia McIntyre - 17 and Rochelle Notice - 15 are ready to battle it out ‘face to face’ on the final and decisive local runway staging of the Caribbean Model Search (CMS) Reality Series. Vying to ‘make their name’ in the high flying fashion world, the five beauties are more than ready to go all out as they inch closer to fulfilling their dream of representing Jamaica in the international leg in the Search for the Caribbean’s Next Supermodel.
As the addictive series, which airs on CVM TV, accelerates to the final showdown this Friday November 16th at 9:00pm, the girls will be charged to exhibit great discipline, render top notch photographs and present their ‘toned hardware,’ personality and abounding confidence.
The CMS series has gained the attention of a nation clearly passionate about fashion & beauty and as the competition draws closer to the highly anticipated finale, this Friday, the personalities have gathered their own following. From the Villa Ronai showdown, the rigorous workout at Gymkhana, the Homestyle Juices freezer / beach bikini ‘pose off’ combo, the bmobile ‘spokesmodel’ contest, the public tunes in every week to vote for their favourite and watch as the girls master and in some cases fluster at the unique challenges thrust at them. Striking gold at exposing the anecdotes of the fashion hopefuls, the public watched intently as the girls underwent the mime and make-up photo battle and the vibrant Softsheen hair challenge. With appearances of Pulse supermodels Carla Campbell, Sunna Gottshalk, Jaunel Mckenzie and Nell Robinson the girls get a chance to see the life transforming ways of winning the top modeling title this hemisphere.
As viewers watch and determine just who’s got the goods to take Jamaica’s top reality series crown, the fierce final five are rearing and ready to prove to the judges and the public that they are the ultimate ‘fashion heavyweight’. One contestant, UWI student Fallon Harris pledged that the title was undoubtedly hers for the taking, “My sole intention is to win and I don’t intend to deviate from that plan. The title is mine for the taking!” Not to be outdone was potential supermodel and art student Racquel Jones who passionately relayed that “Modeling is a form of art and being an artiste this is the perfect way for me to express myself. I know that the artiste will emerge the winner!” Ready to dive into the fast paced world of high fashion is 17 year old Saskia who says she has been waiting anxiously for this opportunity, “I love fashion and I think I was born to model. It has been very challenging thus far but I am ready to win this competition!” The winner will then take on girls from across the region to vie for the final and ultimate modeling title this side of the hemisphere: The Caribbean’s Next Supermodel.