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Girls exhibit their model behaviour.

Byline: TONY BUSHBY

THESE are the two teenage girls who will be battling it out in front of millions of TV viewers over the next five days to win the chance to become a supermodel.

Alicia Bostock (left), and Elizabeth Edwards, 16, have already seen off 3,998 rivals in Channel 4's Model Behaviour contest.

At stake is a year's modelling contract with Premier Model Management, who represent Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell.

Hat designer Alicia, 18, from Sheffield said: "I'm chuffed. This whole experience has been bizarre." Schoolgirl Elizabeth added: "I am so happy, I have always wanted to be a model and I'm really going to try really hard to make this work."

One of the judges Angus Munro, of Premier Model Management, said: "The girls have what is known in the fashion industry as the X Factor, an indescribable quality that sets them apart from other pretty girls."

The winner will be revealed on Friday.

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HAT'S OFF: Alicia Bostock with Elizabeth Edwards, her rival in the C4 contest
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Date:Oct 28, 2001
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