This is her new "Germany's next top model" jury! – Swiss Illustrated

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Everything is different with "Germany's next top model"! The 14th season, which begins on February 7, will be conducted under a new concept. For the first time, it is no longer a permanent jury. Many well-known guest lawyers will evaluate "Määääädchen" with Heidi Klum.

All "Germany's next top model" fans can look forward to: February 7, the model show enters the next round. Incredible, but true: For the fourteenth time-modem mother Heidi Klum, 45, is looking for this year's top model.

Gallery: Model-Mama Heidi chooses a new look with each new man

After 14 seasons, but can be something new. That was what the producers believed too, and they overhauled the concept of the casting show with a major overhaul. From now on, no permanent jury members will support Heidi Klum by deciding who to move on and who "I don't have a picture for you today" will hear and thus retire. From now on, guest candidates in the individual episodes will take on this job, as Pro7 announces in one issue.

From Garrn via Gottschalk to Gisele

Fans of Thomas Hayo, 50, and Michael Michalsky, 47, will compete in the season after departing from many different stars. And they are really familiar. For example, the supermodels and "Victoria's Secret" angels Gisele Bundchen, 38, Winnie Harlow, 24, and Toni Garrn, 26, will pass on their knowledge to the next generation.

But alumni are also involved: The long-standing jury, Thomas Hayo, will visit the show and also designer Wolfgang Joop, 74, who was in the 9 and 10 jury seasons, will take the place next to Heidi Klum at least for a show.

Many different coachings

The model aspirants are also trained in many ways by stars who take care of the model's well-being during each episode. "GNTM" winner Stefanie Giesinger, 22, now successful as an influent, will give the girls tips for throwing and shooting. Star photographer Ellen von Unwerth, 65, will take pictures of the girls. And also the winner of the first season, today's presenter Lena Gercke, 30, will show valuable catwalk tricks in the first episode directly from Berlin.

The 14th season of "Germany's next top model" will be available Thursday, February 7 at 20:15 at Pro7.

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