There's an Irish girl on the new series of Britain's Next Top Model
Introducing Alannah Beirne.
Britain's Next Top Model has been one of the most popular reality shows on television since it first aired back in 2005.
The show has always had an Irish influence and it was even renamed Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model for a few years before it reverted back to the original name.
The girl flying the flag for Ireland this season, which begins on March 16th, is Alannah Beirne from Kildare.
The 22-year-old, who is "outdoor enthusiast and a keen painter with an eye for visual merchandising," will be against 11 other competitors on the show.
The 2017 version of the show will feature the series' first ever transgender contestant and the judges this year are Abbey Clancy, Paul Sculfor, Hilary Alexander and Nicky Johnston.
Best of luck to Alannah, we're sure she'll have plenty of support from here at home.
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WOO SECRETS OUT! I'm finally able to reveal my big news - I have made it as a finalist on this years Britain's Next Top Model!! It's been a whirlwind and I can't wait for you all to tune in and follow my journey through the show when it airs on 16th March! Woop 🎉 please share and tell all, as the only Irish gal on the show I'll be super appreciative of all the support I can get as I battle it out aginst the other gorgeous gals!! I'll be keeping everyone updated on the below FB page (link in bio) Instagram & Snapchat (@bntmalannah) so go on and gimme a follow pretty please 😉 Yeehaw! Here's to the next few months of fun!! #bntm #series11 #teamalannah #lifetimetv