As a juror, Behmann Amin, 51, has been a leading figure in “Germany’s Next Top Model” for years. Now he’s making headlines, above all, by taunting the successful Pro-Sieben format. His final accusation: the title seems too loud, because there are no real supermodels because of the format.
So far, none of the winners have succeeded in doing so. “Also Lena Jerky—she went her own way, but she’s more of a media star than a modeling star,” Peyman Amin tells Promeflash. It’s no different with Barbara Meyer (35 years old), who is currently getting her start as an actress, and with Sarah Nuru (32 years old) who is involved in charitable projects.
After all: Winners Vanessa Fox (26) and Elissar Ailbouni (33) have managed to gain a foothold in show business, even if they’re not top models. “These are models that have also been seen on catwalks in big cities like New York, Paris or Milan.”
Not the first criticism
This isn’t the first time Peyman has taken a shot at Amin Against the Show. Until recently pimped around the new season. “Frankly, I’m not happy,” Amin said in an interview with Promeflash. For him, this year’s season was a desperate and hypocritical attempt to promote diversity. However, for him, diversity doesn’t mean “you’re going to randomly accept everyone who’s a little different from left and right.” (Billion dollar)
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