Since 'The City' was dropped from MTV, we haven't seen much of Whitney Port on the small screen but that's all about to change. This week Port confirmed that she will join Elle Macpherson and Julien Macdonald on the judging panel of Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model.
"I'm thrilled about this new opportunity in my career and I am honored to have been asked to work alongside industry icons who I truly respect and admire," she wrote on her blog on Monday. But she isn't the only American joining the panel this year as Tyson Beckford has also been brought on board as the two replace Grace Woodward and Charley Speed who were on the panel last year.
Grace Woodward may have left the X Factor but she's been keeping busy. The Britain's Got Talent judge has just launched Stylist Pick with Louise Roe and four other celebrity stylists.
The concept is simple. For £39.99 a month their team of experts will select a range of shoes and bags for you each month in light of the current trends. Don't be worried about the membership fee. If you want to cancel for a month, you can do it at the click of a button.
If that wasn't good enough - following in the footsteps of the Olsens with Style Mint - your selection of pieces each month is completely personalised. After competing a brief questionnaire, their stylists will pick the best pieces to suit your fashion personality as well as providing tailor made advice on how to wear each piece.
Popular television series Britain's Next Top Model might look a little unrecognisable this coming season, and we won't lie, the changes are making us very, very excited. First off, a complete overhaul of the judging panel - with Elle Macpherson as presenter, judging alongside male model Charley Speed, stylist Grace Woodward and Welsh designer Julien Macdonald - and at the 10th birthday celebrations for Net-a-Porter last Wednesday, Julien revealed a little more about the show.
"It's like a tale of the unexpected - you never know who is going to stay and who will go," he admitted, and adding to the changes, it will be the viewers that decide this year's winner, "...just like X Factor - so we have no control over who wins." Teasingly revealing a little more about the series, Julien cites episode four as the point where the competition gets hotter, "Elle says, that's when the fun really starts."