MANDURAH residents should keep an eye out next time they drive through McDonald�s at Falcon, they could be getting served by Australia�s Next Top Model.
Kaitlyn (19) is still working at McDonald�s, despite filming of the latest season of the Fox8 TV show wrapping up in December.
She is also at Murdoch University studying teaching.
�I�m working still and I couldn�t tell anyone I�d been on the show,� she said. �It was so weird.�
Kaitlyn had no modelling experience prior to appearing on Australia�s Next Top Model.
�I�ve never done anything to do with modelling before,� she said.
�I just tried to copy what I�ve seen on TV.� She said there were no �mean girls� cast this season.
�The other girls on the show were all really nice, as everyone is in the same position,� Kaitlyn said.
�I think the viewers should watch for everyone, but especially the WA girls.�
Kaitlyn said she was probably a feminist.
�I guess I think everyone should be equal,� she said.
Despite this view, Kaitlyn doesn�t think the Australian show should do what they did in the US and have male models competing alongside women.
�I think it�s better if it�s just girls,� she said.
If she could go on the show again, Kaitlyn said she would try to be more confident and less shy.
�I guess I was really shy, but being on the show helped me get out of my comfort zone,� she said.
�I�d tell other shy girls to put yourself out there because you never know what will happen.�
Kaitlyn said she has no idea who took out the title of Australia�s Next Top Model. �It�s going to be so weird seeing it on TV,� she said.
Australia�s Next Top Model season nine, premieres on Fox8 at 7.30pm on Thursday.