The competition is fierce on the premiere of "Make Me A Supermodel." The supermodels move into their New York apartment and get to check out their competition. Hosts Tyson Beckford and Niki Taylor tell the designers what their first challenges will be.
It's all about appearance and attitude in the second episode of "Make Me A Supermodel" as the boys and girls are transformed and start to look and feel like real fashion models. Then the models learn how to ooze attitude on the runway.
Chemistry is put to the test on "Make Me A Supermodel" as the male and female models are paired up to see who generates the most heat. For the photo shoot, the models must find ways to work together to sizzle for the camera and on the catwalk, they'll find out if they can share the spotlight.
The competition heats up when the models have to take it all off. They'll learn the need for poise and elegance while taking direction from an artist. The temperature will rise even further when the models must let go of their inhibitions and pose for a circle of art students who will sketch them in charcoal.
The models are pushed to their limits when they are taken outside their comfort zone for a photo shoot in the woods, while their catwalk is complete with wild animals and exotic headpieces as the judges look to see who can "stand out from the pack."