Anyone entering the 2014 Miss Fylde Coast competition who would like to be on TV is being sought for a new show which is set to air.
RDF Television is to film a new Channel 4 documentary, following the girls taking part in next year’s contest.
The project is in the casting stage and producers are looking for women aged 17 to 24, who are thinking of entering the Miss Fylde Coast competition and who would like to feature in the programme.
The show will not only look at the contest, it will also film the women away from the competition to find out what it’s like to be a young lady growing up in modern Britain.
RDF regularly makes programmes for the BBC, for ITV and Channel 4, specialising in observational documentaries.
Among its well-known productions is Secret Millionaire.
A spokesman for RDF said: “We are not involved in the contest itself and there is no obligation for girls, who want to take part in the contest to feel they need to participate in the documentary.
“It will be all about the lives of the contestants participating in the Miss Fylde Coast beauty pageant.”
The production company is interested in hearing from anyone thinking of entering the contest or has entered the event already and would like to tell their story.
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