That'll get the Neighbours talking
That'll get the Neighbours talking! Ramsay Street's newest resident Yasmin Kassim displays her slender physique in laced dress for sultry photo shoot
She's promised her character will bring some heated drama to Ramsay Street.
And if Neighbours newcomer Yasmin Kassim's latest photo shoot is anything to go by, it's not hard to see why.
The 25-year-old actress and model displays her slender figure in the sultry spread promoting her role as the feisty Shae on the long-running Australian soap.
Reclining on a lounge in a laced white dress, the stunner is seen showing off her trim pins for all to see.
Her chic number features a sheer fabric across the top, while the crochet base of the dress complements her nude coloured strappy, sky-high heels.
Having competed in the Miss World Australia pageant in the past, Yasmin certainly knows how to work her best angles for the camera.
The dark-haired beauty runs her fingers through her wavy tresses, while piercing the camera lens with her sultry stare.
And it's not just her toned legs that do the talking in this photo shoot, with her sexy back also on display in some other frames.
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Sitting down on a soft rug for the studio shoot, Yasmin also stuns in a cream coloured crochet dress.
The short-sleeved number features an open back, allowing her to show off her incredible physique from all angles.
Her locks are pulled up in this instance, with one hand resting behind her head to mix up the poses.
Yasmin made her onscreen debut on Neighbours earlier this week, her character Shae a new addition at Lassiter's hotel and sure to cause some drama in Ramsay Street.
The Western Australian beauty, who finished as a runner-up behind Erin Holland in the Miss World Australia pageant in 2013, relocated to Melbourne to film her brief stint.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia about scoring the highly in-demand role, Yasmin said: 'I've always wanted to work on Neighbours, it's an iconic Australian show and I feel so privileged to have been able to be a part of it, especially in its 30th year'.
And while she kept tight-lipped on whether she kisses anyone on the show, she did tease: 'Anything can happen on Ramsay Street!'.
Apart from Neighbours, Yasmin has worked on a few acting projects, including Australian Indie flick Love Is Now, and short film Lie opposite Dan MacPherson.
Neighbours, which is Australia's longest-running soap, has previously been critiqued by some for not reflecting a culturally diverse cast.
But Yasmin whose mother is Australian and father is of Indian and Malyasian heritage, told Daily Mail Australia she credits casting director Thea McLeod for having an open mind.
'I personally think Thea Mcleod and the producers of Neighbours do an amazing job of keeping their cast culturally diverse - it's a beautiful thing to see on an Australian series,' she said.
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