Alice Burdeu (born January 27, 1988, in Melbourne, Victoria) is an Australian model, who won the third cycle of the reality television show Australia's Next Top Model.
Australia's Next Top Model
Burdeu first came to the spotlight as one of the contestants on Australia's Next Top Model, Cycle 3. During her time on the show, Burdeu's height and editorial looks immediately caught the eyes of the judges. Some of the judges and fellow competitors believed that she had a high-maintenance attitude, in that she voiced her complaints a few times. In addition, she received harsh criticism concerning her low body mass index. However, Burdeu's portfolio and runway walk proved to be impressive. Ultimately, she was chosen by both the judges and viewers of the show as the winner.
Burdeu's prizes as the winner included a one-year deal with model agency Priscilla's Model Management, a contract as the face of Napoleon Perdis including an international photo shoot, appeared on the cover and was in an eight-page fashion feature in Vogue Australia (September 2007 issue), a trip to New York, and a Ford Fiesta XR4. Her Napoleon Perdis campaign photos can now be seen in stores all over Australia and New Zealand.
During the second last episode of Australia's Next Top Model, Cycle 4, Burdeu made a cameo appearance while the series was on location in New York City, in which she gave her opinion of what she thought about the final three girls left in the competition. In the finale of the fourth series, Alice announced during a live cross from Paris, that the winner was (...)