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MAFS’s Amy Christophers reveals people judge her instantly because of her glamour modelling days

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MAFS's Amy Christophers reveals people judge her instantly because of her glamour modelling days

Fans of Married At First Sight UK will recognise her from the much-hyped latest series of the E4 show.

But before Amy Christophers shot to fame through the show on everyone’s lips, she featured as a glamour model in popular lads’ mags Nuts and Zoo under the alias Brandy Brewer.

In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the 34-year-old lifted the lid on the stigma surrounding the industry, revealing she feels people judge her because of her former profession.

'Strangers on the internet say I'm just a pair of t***': Married At First Sight UK's Amy Christophers has revealed people judge her instantly because of her glamour modelling days

'Strangers on the internet say I'm just a pair of t***': Married At First Sight UK's Amy Christophers has revealed people judge her instantly because of her glamour modelling days

‘Strangers on the internet say I’m just a pair of t***’: Married At First Sight UK’s Amy Christophers has revealed people judge her instantly because of her glamour modelling days

Centre of attention: Before shooting to fame through the show on everyone's lips, she worked as a glamour model

Centre of attention: Before shooting to fame through the show on everyone's lips, she worked as a glamour model

Successful: She featured in popular lads' mags Nuts and Zoo under the alias Brandy Brewer

Successful: She featured in popular lads' mags Nuts and Zoo under the alias Brandy Brewer

Successful: Before shooting to fame through the show on everyone’s lips, she featured as a glamour model in popular lads’ mags Nuts and Zoo under the alias Brandy Brewer.

‘It happens all the time. They say, “Oh, erm, that’s interesting,” and always have loads and loads of questions,’ she began.

‘I think, “Here we go,” but yeah definitely with strangers on the internet they say things like, “Oh, she’s just a pair of t***, get back in the kitchen and make me a sandwich.”‘

Admitting the reactions are not as bad as they used to be, Amy claimed she gets asked on a regular basis whether the photographers are all perverts.

Opening up: The 34-year-old lifted the lid on the stigma surrounding the industry, revealing she feels people judge her because of her former profession (pictured in 2021 on MAFS)

Opening up: The 34-year-old lifted the lid on the stigma surrounding the industry, revealing she feels people judge her because of her former profession (pictured in 2021 on MAFS)

Opening up: The 34-year-old lifted the lid on the stigma surrounding the industry, revealing she feels people judge her because of her former profession (pictured in 2021 on MAFS)

‘No they’re professional, they see loads of naked girls. We used to all just stand around topless eating slices of pizza and having a beer during the breaks because we were so comfortable around each other,’ she insisted.

‘To us it was nothing. It was just work, we were all so desensitised to it. 

‘I think the main thing I want people to take away from this is that it’s never too late to start a new career. If you’ve got something you want to do, don’t ever think it’s impossible because it isn’t.

Throwback: Amy first tried her hand at reality TV where she went head-to-head with 23 girls for a marriage with Made in Chelsea playboy Spencer Matthews back in 2012

Throwback: Amy first tried her hand at reality TV where she went head-to-head with 23 girls for a marriage with Made in Chelsea playboy Spencer Matthews back in 2012

Throwback: Amy first tried her hand at reality TV where she went head-to-head with 23 girls for a marriage with Made in Chelsea playboy Spencer Matthews back in 2012

Uneasy: She described the experience as an 'uncomfortable situation' due to the competitive nature of the show

Uneasy: She described the experience as an 'uncomfortable situation' due to the competitive nature of the show

Uneasy: She described the experience as an ‘uncomfortable situation’ due to the competitive nature of the show

‘All you’ve got to do is want it, put your mind to it and achieve it,’ she said.

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Following her stint in the topless modelling industry, Amy tried her hand at reality TV where she went head-to-head with 23 girls for a marriage with Made in Chelsea playboy Spencer Matthews back in 2012.

Describing the experience as an ‘uncomfortable situation’ due to the competitive nature of the show, she went on to pursue a career as a sports journalist because of her love of Rugby following a Cornish upbringing.

Joker: 'I need something that brings the fun side out of the sport rather than something more serious,' she said

Joker: 'I need something that brings the fun side out of the sport rather than something more serious,' she said

Joker: ‘I need something that brings the fun side out of the sport rather than something more serious,’ she said

She went on to pursue a career as a sports journalist due to her love of Rugby following a Cornish upbringing (pictured  guest presenting for talkSPORT in 2018)

She went on to pursue a career as a sports journalist due to her love of Rugby following a Cornish upbringing (pictured  guest presenting for talkSPORT in 2018)

She went on to pursue a career as a sports journalist due to her love of Rugby following a Cornish upbringing (pictured  guest presenting for talkSPORT in 2018)

Amy’s day job is as a reporter for Racing TV, which sees her head to exciting events in order to give viewers a glimpse of the behind the scenes antics.

On Friday, she anchored from #Raceday at Sandown Park Racecourse in Surrey where she judged the Best Turned Out Award and handed prizes to the winners.

‘I’m really excited about it,’ she said while being driven to the destination. 

‘I’ve done it a couple of times before so I’ll be looking for how shiny the horses’ feet are and how well plaited they, which is all the hard work the groomsmen have put in. 

‘I’m taking the audience on a fun journey, showing them all things they would never get to see unless they were a jockey trainer or an owner.

‘It’s really fun we get to go into the weighing rooms. I go in there and I’m trying on the jockey’s hats and I’m picking up their boots like, “Blimey, how do they fit in these?” you know, that sort of stuff. I can try on their gear too,’ she added.

Revealing her dream job ‘without a shadow of a doubt’ would be to present Sky Sport’s long-running Soccer AM, Amy explained, ‘It’s light hearted, it’s bantery. 

‘I need something that brings the fun side out of the sport rather than something more serious. That’s why I love working for Racing TV.’

Having a blast! Amy's day job is as a reporter for Racing TV, which sees her head to exciting events in order to give viewers a glimpse of the behind the scenes antics (pictured in 2021)

Having a blast! Amy's day job is as a reporter for Racing TV, which sees her head to exciting events in order to give viewers a glimpse of the behind the scenes antics (pictured in 2021)

Having a blast! Amy’s day job is as a reporter for Racing TV, which sees her head to exciting events in order to give viewers a glimpse of the behind the scenes antics (pictured in 2021)

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