Models 1 Talks to ¦¦ BINTM Winner Letitia Herod

This year's winner of Britain & Irelands Next Top Model, Letitia Herod talks to Models 1 about the shows ups and downs, some of the more unusual photo shoot experiences and life after winning.

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Congratulations on becoming this year’s winner Britain & Irelands Next Top Model! How did you get involved in the show?

Thanks! well I was told when I was growing up that I should be a model, so I thought I’d give it a go, and here I am.

What was your favourite/least favourite aspect of the show?

Travelling to places like Dubai and Paris was amazing, but it was difficult not being able to speak to your parents, or do every day things like reading or listening to music.

How did you find living in the house with the other contestants?

When the cameras were off it was usually fine and we got on well, but sometimes when the cameras were on and you had to compete that things started to happen and people start to get frustrated. We were really lucky though, we all got on really well.

What was the weirdest shoot you had to do?

It doesn’t sound weird but when we first came into the house we had to do a shoot with butterflies whilst hanging in the air. It was one of those things that you could have shot on the ground but no, you had to be spinning around in the air, losing control whilst all these butterflies were fluttering around you!

What was your favourite shoot?

The last one was a special day. We shot it on a beach in Cornwall, all the judges were there, it was a special day.

Do you think the show has changed you at all?

A lot of people have said I’ve matured more, and I feel like I have a bit. It prepared me to learn to take criticism.

What’s in the pipeline for the rest of the year?

I’m just hoping to become a good model, that’s my aim.

What’s no.1 on your bucket list?

To become a Victoria’s Secret model!

Who would be your ultimate dinner date?

Ryan Gosling

Contact ezzie@models1.co.uk

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