Recently the second cycle of Caribbean's Next Top Model came to an end and after weeks of intense competitions and exciting challenges, Kittisha Doyle from Grenada capped the title.
Doyle, is nineteen and six feet tall, has been modelling for a number of years and began making her dream a reality by signing with a modelling agency in Grenada.
As the winner of Caribbean's Next Top Model Cycle 2, Doyle was awarded US$25,000 in cash, an international modelling agency contract with Mint Model Management NY, a cover feature and editorial in SHE magazine, an iPhone with three months of free calls up to $500 USD per month, a digital painting by Tani Kunitake of Cyber Blue Productions, which will be featured in the graphic story book for the film 'Cerulean' by Tani Kunitake shot by Pedro Virgil Photography, and an invitation for a walk-on role in the film 'Cerulean.'
Caribbean's Next Top Model Cycle 2, is sponsored by Flow and is produced by Miss Universe 1998 Wendy Fitzwilliam. The reality television competition is based on the original production America's Next Top Model.
The series is hosted by Fitzwilliam who is accompanied by fellow judges; international photographer, Pedro Virgil and Caribbean fashion expert, Richard Young.
Over 20 finalists from across the Caribbean vied for the top spot in the competition. Casting calls were held in Barbados, Cayman, Jamaica and Trinidad, as well as online.
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Casting ends January 31, 2016