Jordan Gray, the first ever transgender person to appear on The Voice, will undergo breast enlargement.
Jordan, 28, competed on the ITV show in 2016.
The singer and comedian, who was born a man, is undergoing transition and feels she has ‘the boobs of a 13-year-old’.
‘I only developed them two years ago,’ Jordan says.
In the final episode of Transformation Street Jordan and her girlfriend Heli visit Christopher Inglefield’s clinic, which specialises in transgender surgery. Heli, who Jordan describes as pan-sexual, met the singer after she had begun her transition.
Jordan says when she was living as a young man, he described himself as a ‘red-blooded male’ who always had relationships with women, but since taking female hormones she says she has become less focused on sex.
She explains: ‘I’m not really that interested any more in sex in the same way. It’s much more now about personal connection and closeness, it’s not a mechanical deed because I’ve got nothing in my brain now telling me that you need to procreate.’
On her sexuality, Heli says: ‘(I’m) more attracted to a female, however when it comes to private parts of the body, [I’m] more attracted to the male ones’.
But their relationship has caused friction with those closest to them, who took a while to come round to the idea of them together.
‘My mother, when I told her about Jordan, she was not happy because she had this set image of me finding a husband, but now she loves Jordan and refers to us as her girls,’ Heli says.
Heli and Jordan have been together for two years and live in Essex.
Transformation Street airs tomorrow at 9pm on ITV