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Quynh Anh wins Supermodel Me Revolution 2021

Vietnamese model Nguyen Quynh Anh outperformed her rivals from the Philippines and Singapore in the finale on December 13, securing top prize of the 6th season of the Supermodel Me Revolution held in Singapore.

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Quynh Anh struttsdown the catwalk. (Photo credit to SMM)

The 10th episode of the contest saw three contests, namely Quynh Anh of Vietnam, Nikki of the Philippines and Hannah of Singapore compete in a photo shoot and catwalks.

The Vietnamese contestant looked confident showing off her perfect body in the photo shoot and strutting down the catwalk, thus winning judges’ praise.

This was the first time a Vietnamese model had won an Asian supermodel competition.

Born in 1999, Quynh Anh is known as the runner-up of The Face Vietnam 2018. Since May, she had flown to Singapore to film for Supermodel Me.

The first runner-up title went to Nikki of the Philippines and the second runner-up title was awarded to Hannah of Singapore.

The sixth season broadcast on October 11 after a seven-year hiatus features 12 contestants, with three from the Philippines, two each from Singapore and Vietnam, and one each from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

The prizes for this season are a Subaru Ambassadorship, a cover on Harper's Bazaar and a modeling contract with Storm Model Management.

Source: VOV

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