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I'm not filling Georgia's Louboutins, declares lookalike beauty Nadia

TOP model Nadia Forde has insisted she's not trying to step into Georgia Salpa's Louboutins.

Although she could be a doppelganger for the Celebrity Big Brother star in these latest pictures, the 22-year-old told the Herald that it will make no difference to her that Georgia has left the Irish press call scene.

"It's been mayhem for me lately, I've only had the odd day off, so I'm really lucky -- I've been doing this for four years now and I'm still so busy, which is surprising. Things have been very consistent for me, there's not more work now [that Georgia's gone]," she said.

And model agent Derek Daniels added that while Georgia is in high demand, none of his girls will be vying to replace her.

"At the end of the day, models create a vibe around themselves which captures the imagination, so you can never replace them. And it doesn't happen overnight either, Georgia was modelling for years before she got noticed.

"Models come and go, they don't create a gap in the market or a legacy ... it just depends on what girl is the 'flavour of the month' at the time."

Now that Calum Best's ex Georgia has set up home in London to establish her career there, some Irish models are bound to be fighting it out over the top spot on the press circuit.

Agent Andrea Roche said that the "gap" has now been filled by her girl Roz Purcell.

"Georgia was extremely busy in the build-up to Big Brother, she was doing two jobs a day. Photocalls are still going on and I've found that Roz has definitely stepped in there -- although herself and Georgia don't look alike, Roz's profile is very high and clients love her."