Chloe Evans is interested in the body on the inside and outside.
She's also been compared to "The Body" - Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson, that is.
She's also been named as Newcastle's next top model, also known as the "Face of Facon".
Facon, a Newcastle-based fashion magazine, chose Chloe as the winner of its 2019 model competition.
Lara Lupish, editor of Facon, said Chloe was "a natural standout".
"Chloe's look is very reminiscent of the original '90s supermodel," Lara said.
"She reminded me of a young Elle Macpherson with her sporty physique and classically beautiful face. She was confident and strong on the runway and had a real bounce in her step, which I loved."
Chloe will travel to Sydney on Sunday for a test shoot with the modelling agency Chic.
As part of her victory, she won a modelling contract with Chic and a fashion editorial in Facon.
Chloe, 19, is an advocate for "body positivity".
"I would love to bring that to the modelling industry. That's why I'm so excited to have this opportunity. I'd really love to bring a bit more of that into the industry," the Singleton resident said.
She said body positivity was about "loving and embracing your body no matter what shape or size you are".
She's also interested in learning more about "the body and its amazing capabilities".
This is why she's studying biotechnology at the University of Newcastle. Next year, she'll switch to biomedical science. She aims to work in labs on immunology and disease.
If modelling leads to more opportunities in the fashion world, she will take them.
"I can always go back to uni," said Chloe, who is six feet tall [183 centimetres].
The Face of Facon competition gave Chloe a chance to return to the fashion industry.
"I loved it. It didn't feel like a competition. It was really fun," she said.
A modelling agency first scouted her at age 14.
"I was on holiday in Hamilton Island. They scouted me on the beach. It was lucky," she said.
THE similarities between the NRL and professional wrestling are obvious - big, muscular guys smashing into each other in front of screaming fans. Sounds like fun, huh?
It was a decade ago that a 19-year-old winger named Daniel Vidot from the Canberra Raiders made his NRL debut against the Newcastle Knights at McDonald Jones Stadium and had his maiden try disallowed.
"I remember making my debut that night," Vidot said.
"It was freezing."
On Monday, Vidot could make another major debut if he receives the nod to step into the ring at Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena on the opening night of World Wrestling Entertainment's SmackDown Live Tour.
Vidot, 29, has appeared in a series of non-televised "house show" matches in the US for WWE's development brand NXT, but he's yet to perform in Australia.
While he's "The Untamed" in the squared circle, Vidot was tight-lipped about the prospect of competing with the likes of Roman Reigns, Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton and Kofi Kingston and fellow Australians Buddy Murphy and The IIconics next week.
"I'm not 100 per cent sure, mate, and I can't say anything about it yet," he said. "I've been told to bring my gear, so fingers crossed."
Vidot also plans to catch the rugby league World Cup Nines at Bankwest Stadium over the weekend to scout for other potential wrestling converts.
Which leaves us wondering which NRL players would cut it in the weird and wonderful world of wrestling.
Future of Nobbys
Earlier this week, the Herald asked readers on Facebook for their big ideas for Nobbys headland.
Port Authority of NSW had announced it would seek ideas for how the site could best be used.
Among the suggestions were a casino, meditation centre and a library.
Glenn Sparke said: "Let it be. Fix Stockton beach."