Irish beauty, Rozanna Purcell has revealed she would love to model for Victoria’s Secret.
The 20-year-old caught the eye of Donald Trump last year when she represented Ireland in Las Vegas at the Miss Universe beauty pageant.
After being signed to the Trump model agency in New York, the Irish model has revealed her dream to sign up with Victoria’s secret.
"Yeah, I am still going after my dream to become a Victoria's Secret model, she told the Herald newspaper.
"It is my main goal right now but I don't want to put too much pressure on myself because I don't think people realise how difficult it is to even land a spot in the casting call for the company.
"That's where Trump Model Management and a lot of my clients now see my future but it's not easy. You have to build up a really strong profile and portfolio before you are even invited to a casting. It's not just a case of turning up.
"It's something I really hope to do so I'm going to spend the next 12 months working towards that goal. And it's not just about having a high profile, you also have to be in the best physical shape of your life.
"But I figure I may as well reach for the sky rather than just the clouds so I'm really hoping that my dream will come true in the future."
Miss Universe Ireland also talked about being a blond again.
"I just recently went back to being blond after being a dark auburn in New York for the season.
"I'm delighted because I think I look better as a blond with my complexion but my old hair went down really well in New York because clients said it made me stand out from the other girls.
"It doesn't really bother me what colour it is, but as I'm off to South Africa in three weeks for the bikini shoot season I think that blond will work better for that look."
With her modeling career soaring to new heights, the beauty queen has a busy few months ahead of her jet setting around the globe.
"I'll be in South Africa for two months and then I'm going to either South Korea or Singapore.
"But I'm also glad that I'll have a few weeks to shed the extra pounds I put on over Christmas. I'm not going to lie, I did indulge but I prefer home-cooked meals to junk food so I wasn't that bad."