Abbey Clancy Named Head Judge Of Britain's Next Top Model
Abbey Clancy has landed a major TV role as she's set to be the head judge on Britain's Next Model.
The series will make a return next year and it's sure to bring back memories for the model came second in the 2006 series.
Speaking about the new role, Abbey said: “Britain’s Next Top Model is a show very close to my heart as it's where I started my career so I am thrilled to be returning as head judge.
"We have an incredible team working on this series and I can’t wait to bring my own spin to the show.
"Lifetime viewers should expect more drama and style than ever before, and the girls better be ready to bring their A game!” said Abbey.
Fashion director of The Daily Telegraph, Hilary Alexander OBE, celebrity photographer Nicky Johnston and male model Paul Sculfor will join Abbey on the newly revamped show.
Hialry Alexander is also joining the show as a judge
The show was axed by Sky Living in 2013 but Lifetime renewed it earlier this year.
It's thought that the show will start filming in Britain and abroad next month.