GLAMOUR model Michelle Monroe is to go under the knife - on live TV.
The model and mum from Roberttown has agreed to take part in the controversial reality TV show Cosmetic Surgery Live.
And a nationwide audience will be able to see her having cosmetic surgery on one of her legs tomorrow night.
Michelle, 25, will appear before an audience of millions on Channel Five's new show which has attracted widespread criticism.
The mother-of-one said: "I was asked to be a guest on the show and have collagen injected into my feet, a treatment some celebrities have to make walking in heels easier apparently.
"I agreed until they phoned me and said they didn't want to put me through it.
"Apparently, the treatment is so painful I would have had to be completely anaesthetised and would not be able to walk for at least two days.
"I had no idea this was the case, because at first I was told that it was a walk in, walk out treatment - more like walk in, wheelchair out."
So instead Michelle, who also runs an online lingerie business, is having thread veins in one of her thighs hidden.
"They are giving me sclerotherapy to get rid of the thread veins on my left thigh," she said.
"Yes, models have them too. It is a quick procedure which involves an injection in the area.
" My skin will be the same tone in that area with no sign of the veins. Sounds good to me!"
Already celebrities including former Coronation Street star Julie Goodyear and model Jo Guest have appeared on the show, produced by the makers of Big Brother, Endemol.
But the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons said the programme sent out a dangerous message to viewers.
They claim the show encourages people to look to cosmetic surgery for the wrong reasons and that the show was for the benefit of television and not the patients.
But this has not worried Michelle.
"I hope everyone in Huddersfield will be tuning in to support me while I am squirming with nerves.
"My family in Huddersfield, especially my grandma, Hazel Tatchell, who lives in Holmfirth, will be really nervous for me because it is my first time on telly."
The show airs live on Channel Five at 11pm tomorrow.