Britain And Ireland's Next Top Model Winner
Letita Herod takes the crown following catwalk face-off...
A winner has been crowned in the eighth series of Britain And Ireland's Next Top Model.
Letita Herod, 19, triumphed over Emma Grattidge in the show's final - where both women did their thing on the catwalk for designer Pavoni.
Third place was taken by Anita Kaushik, following a "tribal goddess" shoot which saw the final trio posing with a horse on a beach in Canada.
Winner Letita will get a contract with international agency Models 1, a cover shoot with Company magazine and a contract with Revlon.
She'll also be the face of an international campaign for Miss Selfridge, get a nice holiday to Dubai and be given the opportunity to live in a luxury flat in London.
Speaking to Digital Spy, Letita said: "I still can't believe I've won. It literally feels amazing. I feel like I'm on top of the world right now.
"I just feel in my gut that this is something that is going to completely [start] a whole new time in my life."
Thanking supermodel judges Elle Macpherson and Tyson Beckford for their support she added: "Elle really, really [was] passionately... rooting for me to win. And Tyson as well.
"It really makes me think that I can do well in the industry because they've been doing it for so long and I know that Tyson has helped so many models to get successful, so obviously they know what they're talking about. If I was crowned the winner with them as judges it does give me hope for my future really."