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BINTM 2012: Anne Winterburn - 'I thought I'd look like Eminem!'
Anne spoke to us about her time on BINTM.
It's been a whole six weeks since this year's Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model launched and the competition is tougher than ever.
Anne Winterburn is the latest hopeful to leave the show, after Elle said she was disappointed that Anne's edgy look wasn't being reflected in her photographs.
We chatted to Anne about her time on the Sky Living show...
Anne before her makeover.
The first thing we have to talk about is Letitia's decision to give you 5 less minutes in the shoot, how did this make you feel?
I wasn't too bad. She said she chose me, as she thought I could take it and didn't need the extra minutes. I thought I could take it too, although looking back at the show, I whinged a lot about it! At the time I thought I was fine about, but now looking back I think I took it more personally than I thought I did.
Do you think you would have stayed in the competition if you had the full amount of time?
At the time I thought I would have stayed if I had more minutes, but now I'm really not sure! Towards the end of the shoot, they told me to change my pose and for some reason I had a block and didn't change! I don't know why I didn't change and most of the time I know what poses to do, but I just froze.
Was your experience on the show everything that you thought it would be?
Yeah, it was exactly as I expected it to be. Some of the other girls didn't know how hard it would be in Dubai being isolated and away from their families, but I expected it to be isolated and I thought that I would feel a bit lonely. By the end of my time on the show, I was feeling a bit down - I thought I was a tough cookie, but I cried so much! I never really cry much, so it was strange!
Anne revealed to MSN TV that she was emotional on the show.
You had quite a dramatic makeover, what did you think about it?
I loved it. At first, I didn't think that I would suit being blonde - I thought I'd look like a wannabe Eminem! But I loved it. Anything would have been better than how my hair looked before the makeover though. When I found out I was coming in the show, I was most excited about getting my makeover. I couldn't wait.
You took part in some amazing photo shoots, which were your favourite?
I have two favourite photo shoots. My first is the butterfly one, as I got best photo for that one. That was really good, because it was after the catwalk challenge. I thought that I had an OK walk, but it turns out I was rubbish and I felt really down after that. So, I was ecstatic when I got the best photo.
The second was the prison photo shoot, as it was the first time when I got to model by myself. I loved the final picture and I don't think it looked like me! Maybe because it was a straight-on shot and wasn't a profile?
Madeleine said she saw you as her biggest competition, did you see her as your biggest competition?
I think Madeleine has a striking look and she could go really far in the competition. But then, I think all of the girls can go far! The judges did say to Madeleine that she has to work extra hard to get a good photo.
Madeleine is coming across as being a little bit bitchy on the show, is she like that in real life?
The thing about Maddy is that everything she says, she says as a joke and I think she's funny. She's being sarcastic most of the time.
You also had to record a French TV commercial, what was that like?
That was awful that was my worst moment out of the entire show! I can't speak French and can't act - I got a D in both of them at school! In drama, I was the extra in the background.
Anne told MSN TV that she hated taking part in the French TV advert.
Was there more pressure acting in front of judge, Whitney Port?
Acting is bad enough for me! So it didn't really matter who it was in front of. But, I guess there was extra pressure because we were doing it as a challenge.
Did you get on with all the other models?
Yeah, I got on with everyone. They're all really nice girls. We did bicker over silly things, but that's the same whenever you spend a lot of time with a big group of girls.
What was it like being around the celebrity judges and who was your favourite?
As far as guest judges go, Mel B was my favourite just because of the Spice Girls! I used to really love them when I was young. I was so excited when I saw Mel B on the judging panel!
Who's your tip to win?
I think Roxy's hair really makes her stand out. I love it and I think that her hair really steals a show. It means she will stand out the most when she goes to castings and the other girls will have to fight extra hard to get the same amount of attention. I think Roxy's makeover has given her more confidence.
What's next for you?
I'm getting back out there now and seeing modelling agencies to see if I can get signed. I'm also planning my wedding, as I'm getting married in November! I've been engaged for a few years and now we both have the time and money to do it!
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