Rory's taunt changed in every opening sequence (although they were often repeated between non-consecutive episodes).See more » I'm sorry, but I have to speak up here.Corey started taking puberty blockers at 11 to stop facial hair growth and the deepening of his voice.“Just seeing her courage and bravery in the face of so much adversity, I think that's what ultimately gave me the courage to come out myself,” Eric said.For Eric, the transition began with a short haircut.She admitted that while she started out wanting to look like Katie Price, things have now 'gone a bit further.'Kayla said: 'Women just stare... If other people don't like it, it's one of those things. I don't mind her having a sugar daddy or stripping to pay for our cosmetic work because we're living the dream.I'm really proud of her.'Despite having already spent more than £50,000, the pair plan to have a boob job apiece later this year, along with buttock implants, a nose job, further lip injections, veneers and a designer vagina for Georgina. I really like the fake look' Plastic fantastic: Currently, the pair spend around £5,000 a year on tanning beds and have had lip injections, botox, cheek fillers, semi-permanent make-up, tooth whitening and hair extensions plus other treatments'As a kid, I wasn't very girly,' Kayla recalled. But when I was about 10, I started watching Jordan's television series with my mum and I became obsessed with her too.It wasn't until four years ago, when the two watched a TV special on transgender teen activist Jazz Jennings, that everything became clear.“I said, ‘Wow, I’m just like her.I'm a girl trapped in a boy's body’,” Corey admitted.
Her mother Georgina supported her, and together the pair have had more than £60,000 worth of surgery Kayla Morris, 21, from Rugby, funds both her and her mum's procedures by stripping - and now the pair are appearing on Channel 5's new programme, My Mum's Hotter Than Me, where they will reveal the true extent of the rivalry between them.At that time, if we want to sing the death song for the series, so be it, but I don't want to proclaim it yet.