A MODEL from High Wycombe will hit our TV screens tomorrow night in a battle to win the heart of one of Britain's most eligible bachelors. Keeley Dean, 19, will go up against nine other girls during the eight-week show, Dirty Cows, which will be aired on Living TV at 9pm.

The prize is a two-week holiday with 25-year-old Belgian-born farmer, Alexy Van Kimmenade. Each week he will have dates with different girls and slowly whittle them down till he is left with the winner.

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson hosts the hour-long show, which also involves the girls doing a number of tasks on his 1,500-acre estate in Cornwall, including salmon fishing, sheering sheep and tractor driving.

The former Hazlemere CofE and Holmer Green Senior School student was adamant that despite the competition for Alexy's attention, there was no animosity between the contestants.

She said: "We all got along so well. I really enjoyed the filming and met loads of brilliant people from different places.

"I had never been in that sort of situation before with nine other girls and I didn't know what to expect but I got on with everyone."

Privately educated Alexy is multi-lingual and is an importer of classic cars. He has three permanent staff on his estate and spends most of his time shooting, sailing and playing golf.

Despite their very different up-bringing, Keeley says the pair still got on great. She said: "Before we met him, there was this massive build up and everyone was thinking how can he be this gorgeous, but when we met him everyone did agree that he was really good looking. I got along with him really well and thought he had a great personality."

However she is sworn to secrecy about the outcome of the series.

Keeley signed up with Girl Management modelling agency shortly after her 18th birthday and since then has been in a number of magazines and newspapers including Maxim and the Sun.

She has also done TV and film work. Just a few weeks ago she was filming as the lead role in a short film, where she played both twins.

Keeley is keeping an open mind for the future and hopes that she can use the show as a stepping stone to bigger and better things.