Vanessa White has landed herself a contract with Select Model Management in their Women's Special Talent division.
Vanessa White has landed a modelling contract with Select Model Management.
The Saturdays singer has signed with the London-based agency - whose famous faces also include Agyness Deyn, Sienna Miller, Laura Whitmore and Millie Macintosh - as part of their Women's Special Talent division, reports MailOnline.
The agency said: ''She has an exotic look, a powerful voice and a determined motivation to succeed.
''At Select Model Management we choose to work with influencers who have a strong and confident image and Vanessa's style and infectious personality work perfectly for us. We know she has great things ahead of her.''
Vanessa, 24, is thrilled to have joined the Select team and admitted she feels ''lucky'' to have been given a spot in their books.
She said: ''I am so excited to have signed with Select Model Management. I have always adored fashion and I can't believe I am now on the books of one of the biggest and most respected modelling agencies in the country.
''I feel so lucky to be amongst other great talent.''
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