Fairytale shoot for Top Model hopeful Emma

Emma Ward doing her cover as Goldilocks for Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model.
Emma Ward doing her cover as Goldilocks for Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model.

It was a fairytale challenge for Heckmondwike model hopeful Emma Ward as she made it through last night’s episode of Britain and Ireland’s Next top Model.

Emma, who works at a Morley call centre, and Batley contestant Saffron Williams, impressed the judges with both their weekly challenge and photoshoot to go through to next week’s round of the reality show.

The challenge involved filming a Make Mine Milk advert, along with Daisy the cow – who proved to be a less than willing prop for the girls.

Previous celebrities who have appeared on the advert, which famously ends with them sporting a milk tache, include Gordon Ramsey and Jenson Button.

The girls were ‘down on the farm’ and had to lead Daisy while talking to the camera and then taking a gulp of the white stuff.

The second part of the programme saw the girls dressed as fairytale characters for their picture of the week shot.

Saffron donned a Little Red Riding Hood outfit for her photo-shoot, while Emma was told to portray Goldilocks.

Looking over their best shots judge Elle Macpherson said of Saffron: “Her mission was to show fear, and I think she did very well.”
Fellow judge Tyson Beckford agreed saying: “I think she got it!”

Danni Minogue added: “What is great is that everything else in the shot – even though it’s intricate – falls into the background, the eyes are just on her.”

The judges were equally impressed with Emma’s Goldilocks.

Elle told her: “You know how to work and you did it like a pro.”

And Danni said: “It is a picture I could see in a magazine.”