AFTER turning heads in Miss World Australia last year, Cardiff beauty Natalie Roser has no plans to slow down.
On Tuesday the blonde bombshell will be splashed across Australian television alongside one of the most famous – and feared – supermodels in the business, Naomi Campbell.
Ms Roser, 23, is one of the top 24 contestants on modelling reality series The Face, which premieres next week.
It’s described as a cross between The Voice and Australia’s Next Top Model.
And, as you would expect, there will be plenty of controversy.
The show centres on pruning the model hopefuls to 12 finalists, with contestants assigned to four-woman teams under captains Campbell, Cheyenne Tozzi and Nicole Trunfio.
“I entered because it was a commercial competition, so it seemed like they needed someone who had the complete package,” Ms Roser said.
“I also liked the fact that this show is for over 18s.”
Ms Roser said it was “unbelievable” to be able to meet Campbell, who is notorious across the world for her diva antics.
“She was absolutely breathtaking in real life and she acts the same on the cameras as she does off camera,” she said.
“She says it like it is, but she has the right to do that because she’s been in the industry so long and knows what she’s talking about.
“She’s a big personality.”
The Face isn’t the only thing keeping Ms Roser, who also works as a professional photographer, busy.
Currently based in Sydney, she is an entrant in the 2014 Miss Universe Australia competition.
Ms Roser is no stranger to pageants – in 2013 she took out the runner-up title in Miss World Australia.
She also recently photographed an ASICS campaign where well-known celeb Jesinta Campbell was the model.
“I’m split 50/50 between my love of modelling and photography,” Ms Roser said.