|Cycle||Premiere date||Winner||Runner-up||Other contestants in order of elimination||Number of contestants||International Destination(s)|
|1||14 September 2005||Lucy Ratcliffe||Edwina Joseph||Marina Fallahi, Claire Hillier, Shauna Breen, Anne Kent (quit), Hayley Wilkins, Marisa Heath, Stephanie Jones, Naomi Teal, Tashi Brown, Jenilee Harris||12||
|2||24 July 2006||Lianna Fowler||Abigail Clancy||Yvette Stubbs, Nina Malone, Asha Hibbert, Lucy Flower, Sophia Price, Samantha Gerrard, Georgina Edewor-Thorley & Tamar Higgs, Sarah Butler, Amber Niemann, Jasmia Robinson||13||
|3||2 July 2007||Lauren McAvoy||Louise Watts||Dani Lawrence, Krystal Hancock, Abigail Galatia, Natalie Nwagbo, Holly Alexander, Carly Thompson, Sherece Campbell, Lucy Bennett, Stefanie Webber, Rebecca White||12||
Rio de Janeiro
|4||21 April 2008||Alex Evans||Catherine Thomas||Sophie Roberts, Musayeroh Barrie, Louise Heywood, Lauren Donaldson-Stanley, Lynzi Arnott, Lisa Fowler, Leanne Nagle & Martha Braddell, Aaron Hunt, Charlotte Denton, Rachael Cairns, Stefanie Wilson||14||
|5||20 April 2009||Mecia Simson||Sophie Sumner||Lisa-Ann Hillman, Lauren Wee, Chloe Cummings & Kasey Wynter, Madeleine Wheatley, Hayley Buchanan, Annaliese Dayes, Daisy Payne, Viola Szekely, Ashley Brown, Jade McSorley||13||
|6||5 July 2010||Tiffany Pisani||Alisha White||Hannah Goodeve (quit), Rachelle Harry, Susan Loughnane, Harleen Kaur Nottay, Delita Cole, Amba Hudson-Skye, Nicola Wright, Kirsty Parsons, Olivia Oldham-Stevens, Amelia Thomas, Charlotte Holmes, Joy McLaren||14||
|7||4 July 2011||Jade Thompson||Justė Juozapaitytė||Kimberleigh Spreadbury & Joanne Northey, Ufuoma Itoje, Hannah Devane, Holly Higgins & Amy Woodman, Tanya Mihailovic & Stacey Haskins, Jessica Abide, Imogen Leaver & Anastasija Bogatirjova||13||
|8||9 July 2012||Letitia Herod||Emma Grattidge||Amelia Raven (quit), Emma Sharratt, Penelope Williamson, Tasmin Golding, Anne Winterburn, Kellie Forde, Jennifer Joint, Madeleine Taga, Roxanne O'Connor, Risikat Oyebade, Lisa Madden, Anita Kaushik||14||
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“The stars which shone over Babylon and the stable in Bethlehem still shine as brightly over the Empire State Building and your front yard today. They perform their cycles with the same mathematical precision, and they will continue to affect each thing on earth, including man, as long as the earth exists.”
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