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You may not know her name, but you'd certainly know her face.
Krystal Forscutt started out as a Big Brother contestant in 2006 and has since become a regular model for the likes of Zoo Weekly, FHM and Ralph.
An EA spokesman said Forscutt was chosen following a Zoo Weekly magazine competition late last year in which readers could win the chance to "hang out with Krystal", eat pizza and play Need For Speed: Carbon, one of the previous titles in the series.
"It's a fantastic achievement for her to be included considering this is one of EA's flagship titles and that her digital image will be viewed by millions of people around the world who will see and play the game," the spokesman said.
Now you'll be seeing her dropping flags in Need for Speed: Pro Street. Krystal Forscutt: Basically, Zoo magazine had a competition that was running to win a date to play Need for Speed: Carbon and eat pizza, with me for the day, which was a lot of fun, and I met Jamie from the creative team at EA.