Models can appear with TOWIE star

By Ian Dipple Thursday 15 May 2014 Updated: 16/05 09:07

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Buy photos » Lydia Bright (right) with sister Georgia in Redditch. Picture by Marcus Mingins

A CHANCE to appear alongside reality television star Lydia-Rose Bright is on offer to budding Redditch models.

The Kingfisher Shopping Centre is holding a Summer Style Saturday event on May 31, including an appearance from the former The Only Way is Essex star and her pop-up fashion range Bella Sorella.

The centre is searching for two female models to take part in the showcase. The winning pair will be treated to a makeover and hair styling from one of the centre's stylists as well as each receiving £100 to spend in the Kingfisher.

Applicants do not need any previous modelling experience but do need to be available on the day itself, willing to model selected outfits in front of an audience and aged 16 or over.

To enter send a selfie to the Kingfisher in the form of a Tweet or Facebook post or message with the hashtag #RedditchModel.

Visit www.kingfishershopping.co.uk/news/redditch-next-top-model.htm for full terms and conditions.

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