First transgender contestant to feature in the new Britain’s Next Top Model


12 aspiring catwalk queens will take part in the new edition of Britain’s Next Top Model and a transgender is making history as the first to compete on the show.

Talulah-Eve Brown, 22 who stands 5ft 8in is a tattooed waitress and a Liverpudlian who describes herself as ‘an English rose with great boobs’. Talulah-Eve Brown also doubles as a blogger with a black belt in karate and is the current Miss Transgender, Birmingham.

She describes her look as ‘instantly recognisable and versatile.’ According to reports, she is a trans rights campaigner with a bit of controversy. Last year she made headlines when she announced plans to freeze her sperm before transitioning so that she could one day have a baby. On her Instagram, she describes herself as a ‘sugar-coated bi**** that likes the finer things in life’.

The show, which launches on March 16 also has a mixed up of ladies vying for the coveted title. The judges also include an elite panel including former contestant Abbey Clancy, supermodel Paul Sculfor, fashion guru Hilary Alexander OBE and photographer to the stars Nicky Johnston.

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