Jen Hunter, who is competing the Make Me A Supermodel contest has been branded 'too fat' to be a model.
She is a healthy size 12 against her rival stick-thin models.
'I am all curves and flesh, not skin and bone. Boys, who would you rather snuggle up to?', said Miss Hunter.
Looking as different as chalk and cheese, the swimwear clings to Miss Hunter's voluptuous curves and reveals acres of cleavage while on clinically underweight Miss Berglund, it shows her protruding hips and ribs and appears to hang off her.
Hunter, 24, who weighs 11 stone and is a healthy size 12, bursted into tears when she was criticized on the reality TV show for not taking a food and exercise regime seriously.
Judge Tandy Anderson, managing director of Select Model Management, criticised her for having 'stocky' legs while supermodel Rachel Hunter, a fellow panellist, reprimanded her for saying she wanted to prove larger women could be successful models.
I guess, 'real' models are making a comeback to the starved world of fashion.