Brazil's Next Top Model, Cycle 1 - Episode Summaries - Episode 3

Episode 3

First Aired: October 17, 2007

In the "reward challenge", the theme is "personal style" and has the presence of judge Alexandre Herchcovitch. The candidates get 8 minutes into a crowded room of clothes to dress out with the best outfit to describe their own style. Érycka is the winner.

The photoshoot has as theme "Signs of the Zodiac", in which each model personified a sign. This was inspired by a photosoot in the episode The Girl With The Worst Photo In History in America's Next Top Model, Cycle 4.

Model Sign
Ana Paula B. Scorpio
Ana Paula C. Leo
Andrea Gemini
Anne Pisces
Danielle Libra
Érycka Aquarius
Isabella Taurus
Lana Virgo
Karin Sagittarius
Lívia Cancer
Mariana R. Aries
Mariana V. Capricorn

At the panel, Érycka and Anne are considered to not have a good performance, while Lívia Maria, Isabella and Mariana Richardt are praised. In the end, Érycka and Danielle are in the bottom two and Danielle is eliminated.

  • Bottom two: Danielle Damasio & Érycka Martins
  • Eliminated: Danielle Damasio
  • Special guests: Claudio Belizário

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