Remember when Steven Seagal and Kelly LeBrock had a daughter two decades ago? That little girl is all grown up and stunning.
Arissa LeBrock, now 24, joined her mother on Aug. 17 at the premiere of Lifetime's "Growing Up Supermodel" in Los Angeles. Arissa turned heads as she walked the red carpet with her mom. The brunette bombshell knows a thing or two about being in front of the camera, as she's an in-demand plus-size model.
She also stars in the new Lifetime show alongside her mother, who was once a very-much in-demand model.
While her credentials don't match her famous mother's yet, Arissa has appeared in Ashley Stewart and PLUS Model Magazine.
"Being plus-sized, it's definitely really difficult to deal with," she says in the show's trailer.
She told PLUS Magazine that she realized her body was different than her mom's early on.
"As I reached puberty, I started to get 'those' curves," she said. "Having a supportive mother, I was proud to be a vivacious, curvy woman, as she taught me that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. When I didn't always feel that way, I would remind myself of my mother's words."
On Aug. 13, Arissa posted a video from a red carpet to her Instagram page. In her caption, she spoke about what it took to get to that point.
"Everything that I have worked for, ESPECIALLY over the last 4 years is all finally starting to pay off. All the investments, all of the TIME I've spent, all of the long distance drives, the meetings, the early mornings and the dead ends. The sorry maybe next times, the no call backs, and most of all, ALL THE times I heard you need to be 'this size.' with my hard work, determination and passion inside, it's all lead me to this," she said.
"I have to say this last year has been my most successful and triumphant. I've taken things the most serious this last year then I ever have, most importantly MYSELF. Honestly, finding Jiu Jitsu changed my life," she said. "It helped me find the confidence within myself to be who I truly am. Being in that environment and training I finally have something I feel like I was born to do. Not only that but it has helped me gain discipline on a new level, respect for myself and others, it continues to humble me, and reflect on the ego."
She continued, "I have changed habits I've always wanted to let go of I never could. It has bettered me in every way as a human being. I finally, for the first time ever can confidently say how much I love myself in every way. I've never been more ready for this journey. I am so happy to continue inspiring men and women around the world. It take courage to become who you truly are. I want to help everyone feel their inner beauty and find the courage to become who they truly are."
Arissa then thanked several people, including her mom, who she called, "the real MVP."