Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Katie Green "Super Hot Wonderbra Model"

Katie Green (born 28 August 1987) is an English model from Chichester, West Sussex. Her potential was initially recognised by Surrey photographer Ian MacFadyen, who arranged a test-shoot for her at Image Park Studio in West Sussex, paving the way for her successful modelling career.

Green attended an open casting in London in July 2008 along with 1,500 girls and had a few quick pictures taken in her underwear. A week later the Daily Express newspaper ran a picture of her on page 3 asking readers to contact them if they knew who she was as she had been selected as the new face of Wonderbra. Green contacted the newspaper and before she knew it she was splashed across a large billboard in London's west end and on the packaging for their D to G cup range.

Green then went onto join Premier Model Management but later quit after being told she needed to lose 2 stone (28 lb; 13 kg) and go from a UK size 12 to a UK size 8-10 despite being 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) tall.

She is now in talks with other major brands and has signed with Unleashed PR.

Green has most recently been signed as the new face of Ultimo's D-G Range alongside fellow model Melinda Messenger and Spice Girl Mel B.

Green has appeared in publications such as Love It!, Zoo Magazine, Nuts Magazine, FHM, Loaded, News of The World, Daily Express, OK Magazine, Daily Mirror, Daily Star, Daily Star Sunday, The Sun, The Daily Record, Closer and is soon to appear on Channel 5's show Generation Sex. She was also voted within the top 12 most inspirational women of 2008 by Company magazine. She is currently said to be in talks to appear on reality television shows as well as auditioning for various TV presenting roles.

Katie has recently launched 'National Measure Your Bust Week' at Debenhams on Oxford Street with Ultimo creator Michelle Mone.

Green in now the face of Sony Bravia's new flat screen TV which is the worlds thinnest of its kind. Katie has also signed an advertising deal with a water brand for a TV campaign.

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