Last night, Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 6 has come to an end. The top 3 finalists are Thailand’s Dana Slosar, Philippines’ Adela Mae-Marshall, and Taiwan’s Mia Sabathy. Half-English, Half-Filipina 21-year-old model Adela Mae-Marshall reigns the competition and ends up in the finale of ASNTM Cycle 6. She goes home as a runner-up for the competition together with Mia Sabathy.
Even though Adela grew up in the United Kingdom, the model willingly went back to the Philippines to learn and be personal with her Filipina roots.
Since the beginning of ASNTM Cycle 6, Adela is very vocal of her intention and pride in representing the Philippines as her home country.
In an Instagram post, Adela expressed her gratitude to the Philippines. “I am so happy to finally be able to tell you all that I was able to bring my beautiful country into the Top 3 of #AsNTM6,” she said.
“I will try my best to secure a back-to-back win for the Philippines,” she added as she aims to win the title after our very own Maureen Wroblewitz’s victory in the previous season.
Out of the 10 episodes this season, Adela was never in the bottom of all the episodes.This shows that Adela was the strongest contenders in this cycle.
After ASNTM, Adela says she will go to a social media break.
Dana Slosar Wins ASNTM Cycle 6
Thailand’s bet Dana Slosar conquers the title as winner of ASNTM Cycle 6. Aside from her title, Dana will enjoy all the premium prizes as Asia’s Next Top Model including a cover and spread on Harper’s Bazaar Thailand, an avatar in ASNTM mobile game, and a new Subaru XV.
On top of that, Dona is also getting a modeling contract with Storm Model Management in London, the modeling agency which houses top models and celebrities like Behati Prinsloo, Alexa Chung, and Cindy Crawford.