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Talulah is the show’s first transgender contestant.

Abbey Clancy and Paul Sculfor return as co-head judges on the new series of BNTM, working with style guru Hilary Alexander OBE and photographer Nicky Johnston.

“These girls are really pushed to the limit in a series of testing shoots and challenges,” Abbey said

Talulah-Eve Brown, a trans rights campaigner, describes her look as “instantly recognisable” and “versatile”, believing she can “win the competition because there is no one like her”.

The show will focus on the twelve aspiring models’ personal stories as they attempt to transform themselves into professional models.

Millie Mackintosh, Estee Lalonde, Savannah Miller and Matthew Williamson will also appear in the highly anticipated new series.

Britain’s Next Top Model returns to Lifetime on 16 March 2017.

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