Stylish, sassy, chic ... disabled?

Eight young disabled women discover what it takes to be a model - but which of them will win a photo shoot and appear in a top fashion magazine?

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The winner, Kelly Knox, reveals more about her photo shoot with Rankin.
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Kelly Kelly's photo shoot

Behind the scenes on the Rankin shoot.

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Kelly Kelly

The winner of the competition.

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Sophie Sophie

She nearly got the big prize.

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Jessica Jessica

Taking third place in the show.

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