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By Jessica Rach For Mailonline. One of Channel 4's eight Naked Beach hosts Ayesha Perry-Iqbal has revealed her battle with weight discrimination at the beginning of her career in the entertainment industry. Ayesha, 28, from Wales, has spoken about how she was told that she would never make it in the entertainment industry because 'her legs were too big'. The body positive model, who boasts , followers on Instagram, recalled how her agent told her that she was 'too pretty to play the fat best friend' but also 'too fat to play the lead'. The presenter appears naked covered in body paint on the new show which encourages people to embrace their insecurities. Channel 4's Naked Beach host Ayesha Perry-Iqbal has revealed her battle with weight discrimination at the beginning of her career in the entertainment industry. Speaking to Glamour , Ayesha remembered how she felt unrepresented and in the minority because of her skin tone and body shape, growing up in Wales. She said: 'I auditioned for drama school when I was 16 and I was told I would never make it in the entertainment industry because my legs were too big.