Ex On The Beach's Jess Impiazzi to launch new Jess by HD collection - and she wants YOU to model it

Published Friday, Nov 4 2016, 11:06 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Ex On The Beach star Jess Impiazzi has lifted the lid on yet another Jess by HD fitness collection, due in 2017, and she wants people like you to model for her!

Strike a pose, people.




The fitness fanatic encouraged us all to hit the gym in style when she revealed her debut workout gear line earlier in the year and she has just announced her plans to launch another super-exciting drop - but she can't do it alone, oh no.

Making like Khloe Kardashian, who also famously scouted fans as models for her first ever denim brand, Good America, Jess took to Instagram earlier in the week to reveal that she's on the lookout for people to feature in her new campaign.

Jess captioned a snap of her rocking some pieces from the existing line, "BECOME THE FACE OF JESSHD 2017!!" before encouraging everyone to enter the competition over on the Jess by HD Facebook page.




Of course, this caused quite a stir amongst her followers but it looks like she could have some takers!

"Entered! Fab competition! Good luck everyone," while another said, "Oh, you should use me! I do Pilates now don't ya know (sic)."

Talking of exciting news, on Thursday (3 November) Jess got engaged to beau Denny Solomona!

Jess, 27, didn't actually announce the engagement herself, but photos published by The Sun left nothing in doubt, as Jess was seen flashing a diamond ring for the cameras and beaming as boyfriend Denny Solomona got down on one knee in Sin City.




Too cute!

The stunner later tweeted: "Thanks for all the lovely messages I'm overwhelmed."

Meanwhile, Denny told his own Twitter followers: "SHE SAID YES.. Over the moon to have asked my best friend to marry me ..been through a lot but wouldn't have wanted it any other way (sic)."

Congrats guys!



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