A PINT-pulling Greenwich woman is hoping to win the hearts of the public to appear on a new-style of audience-controlled survival programme.

Lily Double, 22, of Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, beat 5,000 others to be one of the final 12 hoping to appear in Channel Four's Eden.

Miss Double who works as a shop assistant and as a barmaid, in Greenwich, is hoping the public will vote to send her down under.

The 12-week show will give the audience the power over the fate of all the contestants.

Three men and three women will be the first people on Eden, which consists of a stone circle and a camera hut for contestants to appeal for provisions, hidden deep within the Australian rainforest.

Lily will be appearing tomorrow night at 9pm to appeal to the public to vote her onto the show.

She said: "I really want to do this. If I get voted on I will stick it out to show south-east Londoners are no wimps." To vote for Lily call 09011 154 206 or log onto: www.channel4.co.uk/eden