A white glamour model who spent £50,000 ($NZ90,000) on surgery and now identifies as black returned to ITV daytime show This Morning to reveal that she is going to Africa to "learn to be black".
Former air hostess Martina Big, who claims she is 28 and a size 6, has boosted her breasts to a size 32S. She claims it has taken just three tanning injections and her own powerful 50-tube sunbed has achieved her "dark, crispy brown" complexion, reports the Daily Mail.
The German tanning addict, who claims her breasts are "Europe's biggest", was confronted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, who spoke to her via live link from America, about how she was offending ethnic minorities with her controversial looks.
She said: "I don't want to fight the black people I do it for myself. I am really proud that this medicine works well.
"I can feel in myself that I am changing to a black woman. Now I am a black woman I have to learn...
"That is the reason why In January I want to go to Africa to learn about the culture and so there is no more misunderstanding.
The glamour model also revealed she was going to get surgery on her nose to "be like an African nose".
In January, Martina had three melanin boosting injections that have turned her a deep shade of mahogany.
She first appeared on This Morning with her boyfriend Michael earlier this year and is now darker than ever after having three tanning injections costing £170 each.
Martina appeared to claim that her tastes in food and music had also changed, but then later said 'hip hop wasn't my style'.
She also said that all the surgery was helping her towards becoming black much to the disgust of Phillip and Holly.
"All these steps, having black curly hair. I am going to change my nose to be like an African nose, wider... I am going to have butt implants to be curvier...
'But also I am going to Afrtica and different countries. To meet the people in person and more about the histories.
Martina also appeared on The Maury Show last month where she told the host: "I am black. That is my race. I can't wait to go to Africa because I hear the food is tasty.
It's better to be black, the feeling inside is just better."
"I am the proud owner of black skin," she told the audience. "If they start fading, I won't feel less black. I will ask them for more."
Martina, describes herself as "80 per cent black' because she still 'has a lot to learn".
When asked previously if she thinks she's offending people who were born black, she said: "No, I don't want to. I know some feel attacked but it's not my intention. I do it for myself and only talk to people who want to talk with me about this."
Martina first began dabbling with surgery in 2012, when her boyfriend encouraged her to take up modelling.
She once aspired to look like Pamela Anderson or Katie Price but has since decided they're 'not curvy enough'.
"I wanted to look like a Barbie with long blonde hair and long legs but much bigger breasts," she explained.