Make Me a Supermodel host Niki Taylor and her NASCAR husband Burney Lamar have announced they are expecting their first child.

"Burney and I are very excited with this stage of our lives," Taylor told People in a Thursday statement.  "We're thrilled."

The 33-year-old former Sports Illustrated supermodel -- who already has twin 13-year-old boys from a prior marriage -- is due in March, according to People.

Taylor was previously married to Arena Football League player Matt Martinez from 1993 until 1996. Taylor and Lamar married in 2006 after meeting at a charity autograph signing event.

Make Me A Supermodel's first season premiered in January and featured 14 co-ed contestants living together in a Manhattan loft while also competing in a series of challenges designed to test their potential on the catwalk.

Holly Kiser, a 21-year-old from Coeburn, VA, took home Make Me a Supermodel's first-season title, which included $100,000 and a modeling agency contract with New York Model management.

Bravo renewed Make Me A Supermodel for a second season in July. It is currently slated to premiere sometime in 2009.
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