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America’s Next Top Model star hosts Harlesden radio show

PUBLISHED: 17:57 15 October 2012

Annaliese Dayes

Annaliese Dayes

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Model to divulge secrets in morning show on Bang Radio

Britain’s Next Top Model star Annaliese Dayes will be answering questions and giving out tips on her breakfast show on Harlesden’s Bang Radio tomorrow (Tuesday) morning.

Annaliese, who was also picked to appear on America’s Next Top Model British Invasion in 2011, hosts a show on Bang 103.6FM every Monday to Wednesday from 7am to 10am.

Tomorrow the model, who starred on the original show in 2009, will be answering listeners’ questions about her experience on both television programmes as well as offering advice.

Back in 2009 she lined up as one of the 13 contestants on Living TV’s Britain’s Next Top Model which consequently lead to her being made into a Top Model All Star and asked to go to LA to compete on the American show.

This premiered in the US on the February 29 this year on the CW network, and will be broadcasted on Sky Living in the UK in September followed by 88 countries around the world throughout the coming year.

To take part visit www.wearebang.com or tune in your radio to 103.6FM.

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