Sophia Hadjipanteli: Her unexpected return to Greece's Next Top Model - What will be her new role?

Sophia Hadjipanteli

Sophia Hadjipanteli has returned to the studio and is ready to rejoin the Greece's Next Top Model (GNTM) team.

The "[email protected]" show met the model shortly after her return to Greece and spoke with her. The model revealed, among other things, which contestant should ideally be crowned the winner of the show.

"I'm fine and I'm very happy to be back in Athens. It's a different experience now, because when I first came, no one knew me and now I feel welcomed. I was sure that I wouldn't come back and I said that I did well to be at the audition and I was happy. But I don't think the story will be closed, because I loved these girls and I want to see them do good things in life," she said.

Regarding her role in the show from now on, she revealed: " I will always be Sophia. I can be Sophia the model, Sophia the ugly, or the judge. But it's always me. This time I want to help the girls, not challenge them."

Finally, speaking about the model she would like to see win, she stated: "In the final I would like Marita, because she is my fellow Cypriot. All the girls are winners anyway."

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.

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