Could Lisa-Jane be Britain's next top model?

PUBLISHED: 15:34 30 April 2008 | UPDATED: 21:43 26 October 2009

IF you are looking for Britain s next supermodel then you need not look any further than your own town. The latest series of Britain s Next Top Model is under way, and one contestant hoping to be labelled with that title is

IF you are looking for Britain's next supermodel then you need not look any further than your own town.

The latest series of Britain's Next Top Model is under way, and one contestant hoping to be labelled with that title is Potters Bar's very own Lisa-Jane Fowler.

The Cambridge Drive resident is one of 14 'models' across the country appearing on the show aiming to win one of the modelling markets most coveted prizes - a contract with a top agency.

With a busy schedule ahead of her as the show progresses in the coming weeks Lisa-Jane still found time to exclusively speak to the Potters Bar Edition.

The 22-year-old said: "I watched the show last year and when the advert for auditions came on I decided I would enter.

"My first audition was in Manchester and then I had a second in London.

"It has been a great experience so far being part of the show.

"I never had any modelling experience beforehand but neither did some of the other girls, and I have just learnt on my feet.

The former Wroxham Primary School pupil is currently working as a personal trainer, after completing her psychology degree at the University of Hertfordshire.

She admitted her appearance on the show summed up how unpredictable her life has been since she left Bishop's Hatfield Girls' School.

The self-confessed H&M shopping addict added: "It is random I suppose that I got my psychology degree then went on to be a personal trainer and have appeared on a modelling show!

"But I enjoy sport and keeping fit so the job suits me."

Britain's Next Top Model airs at 9pm every Monday on Living TV, and Lisa-Jane will have to wait until the show ends in 11 weeks' time to see if she has landed the title.

The Spurs fan added: "I wouldn't say I am conventionally good looking but I hope I have a market and that I appeal to the right people.

"I like the tomboy kind of look and hopefully that works.


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