Once the first phase of the reality show was over, the model was a thing of the past and the rest of the judges said goodbye and thanked her for her valuable help.
"It was difficult but I did it. I think I liked it more than anything, seeing strong women who weren't afraid of anything. This was very inspiring. I was very happy. It was an experience I will never forget. Good luck with the other things you will do at GNTM this year," said Sophia Hadjipanteli, among others.
According to a report of the "Morning" show on ANT1, it was revealed that the model is receiving proposals from the GNTM production team to continue being in the competition. However, she is insisting on giving negative answers.
The former judge believes that she did not gain important things from her participation in the modeling reality and in fact, as reported, she went through some difficult times. She did not have good relations with the other two members of the jury, Vicky Kaya and Tasos Sofroniou, although she did a friendly relationship with Yiorgos Karavas, which was also visible during the auditions.
As noted in the report of the ANT1 show, the production wants to bring back Sophia Hadjipanteli for fear of a drop in viewership.
With a Greek-Cypriot father and a British mother, Sophia Hadjipanteli carves her own path towards acceptance of diversity.
She has made her own statement against the stereotypical standards of perfect beauty and is famous all over the world for her united, thick, natural, impressive brows.
The #UnibrowMovement has begun, a body positive movement that ignores the "shoulds" and promotes mold-free beauty and the freedom for people to feel confident with their unique features but also do whatever they want to look the way they want.
She has been photographed in international magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, New York Times and Vanity Fair and has worked with leading designers such as Jean-Paul Gaultier.