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Britain's Next Top Model casts first ever transgender model

FIRST: BNTM contestant Talulah-Eve Brown

BRITAIN'S NEXT TOP MODEL has made the decision to cast their first transgender contestant in the forthcoming series.

The show, which is in its 10th series, will feature 22-year-old Talulah-Eve Brown from Birmingham.

Brown, who is a bar supervisor and Trans Rights Campaigner also currently holds the title of Miss Transgender, Birmingham.

She says her look is "instantly recognisable and versatile, believing she can win the competition because there is no one like her".

The modelling reality TV show will see 12 hopefuls taking on a weekly challenge with the aim of being crowned the winner at the end of the show. Model Abbey Clancy will host the series alongside male model Paul Sculfor, fashion writer Hilary Alexander and celebrity photographer Nicky Johnston.

Other contestants of BNTM this year include 23-year-old Victoria Clay from Liverpool who "runs in the same circles as the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio", 20-year-old psychology student and online gamer Chloe Lockley-Middleton from Huddersfield and Simone Murphy, 22, from Edinburgh, who is the only Scottish contestant among the 12.

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