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Naomi Campbell has babies on the brain. Single since her spring 2013 split with her longtime boyfriend, billionaire Vladimir Doronin, the supermodel hopes to follow in the footsteps of fellow single moms Sandra Bullock and Charlize Theron. "I do want to have children, whether I have a man or not," Campbell told fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg Tuesday during a SiriusXM Radio Town Hall, adding, "I will have it on my own." Campbell has been eager to become a mom for years. In September 2008, during a London Fashion Week fund-raiser for the White Ribbon Alliance, the 43-year-old revealed she was previously infertile. "They thought it was a cyst," Campbell said of undergoing »
Naomi Campbell is happy to poke fun at her infamous phone-throwing incident. The supermodel and Face star told CBS This Morning on Tuesday that she "would love" to be on Saturday Night Live. When asked if she's prepared for the phone-throwing jokes that would come with an appearance on the sketch comedy show, Campbell said she can handle that. Q&A: 'The Face' Returns: Naomi Campbell Knows How to 'Send a Tweet and Instagram' "Of course, I'll take that. I pretty much get it every interview I do," Campbell said. "I did a Dunkin' Donuts commercial with Zach
- Hilary Lewis
Oh, honey, you better brace yourself. Naomi Campbell is known for having an excess of sass and swag, but we think she may have finally met her match in NeNe Leakes. The two outrageous women finally met, and luckily cameras were there to capture the encounter. Together, their larger-than-life personalities were magnified tenfold—and we loved every second of it! We've got your exclusive sneak peek at the ladies' wildly fun first encounter as the international supermodel and the Real Housewife swap tricks and tips for embracing your most fierce self and showing off that divalicious attitude. "I need your help," NeNe quickly declared upon seeing The Face coach in a dressing room. "I »
When "The Face" returns to Oxygen for Season 2 on Wednesday (March 5), host Nigel Barker and model coaches Naomi Campbell, Lydia Hearst and Anne V are ready to put the new crop of aspiring models through their paces.
To start their quest towards the grand prize of being a spokesmodel for Frederic Fekkai, the modeltestants will have to channel their inner mannequin.
In the clip above, from the premiere, Barker explains to the girls that they'll be planning a window display for Juicy Couture. The only catch? They're the ones who'll be standing in the window.
Check out the clip and be sure to tune in to the Season 2 premiere of "The Face" on Wednesday, March 5 at 10 p.m. Et/Pt on Oxygen. »
The aspiring models realize the competition will be intense when they find themselves parading about in their underwear in the middle of Manhattan.
On the opening episode of the second season of Oxygen's "The Face," airing Wednesday, March 5, aspiring contestants strut down a catwalk in Bryant Park wearing black bras and panties while model coaches -- Naomi Campbell, Lydia Hearst and Anne V -- select hopefuls for their teams.
"There is a lot that you try to teach these girls in a very limited amount of time," Hearst tells Zap2it. "I want them to understand it is a very difficult and fickle industry, and you have to be willing to grow and challenge yourself and step outside your comfort zone. Nothing is truly personal. You have to have thick skin. You have to be willing to change your hair color."
Related: Meet 'The Face' Season 2 modeltestants
No one has ever reviewed one of my parties before but, just like a movie, if you plan to then at least stay until the end
I have always enjoyed Hadley Freeman's articles, but I was surprised by her piece about our Bafta awards afterparty at the Rosewood (The award for the best afterparty goes to ... 18 February). I have been reviewed and criticised for many movies in the past, but no one has ever reviewed one of my parties … or not, at least, before they have even gotten started properly.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but the fun photos of Oprah, Naomi Campbell, Rita Ora and my wife, Georgina, at the party featured in her article pose a strange juxtaposition to the less-than-enthusiastic description her words gave. "For about 45 minutes, the only people in the enormous dining room are myself and a regiment of bossy PR women in tiny black dresses, »
- Harvey Weinstein
I sincerely hope your DVRs aren’t full, because this week has quite a few must-watch events. For starters, tonight features the most glamorous evening of the year — the Academy Awards. Speaking of which, be sure to check our site around showtime for all of your coverage needs.
And come Monday, it’s time to welcome back the Bates family for another season of mystery and general creepiness. Add in a new Pharrell album, Wes Anderson’s latest film, and the True Detective season finale, and we’d say your week is looking pretty good right about now.
Here your »
- Samantha Highfill
Jonathan Creek was Friday's (February 28) highest-rated TV show outside of soaps.
For the second week running, Student Nurses: Bedpans and Bandages was ITV's highest-rated show outside of soaps, picking up an average of 2.75m (12.4%) at 8pm.
After the evening's second visit to Weatherfield at 8.30, the latest episode of Edge of Heaven was viewed by 1.75m (8.3%) from 9pm.
Over on BBC Two, Permission Impossible attracted 1.26m (6%) at 7pm, Mastermind secured an evening high of 2.17 (9.8%) viewers at 8pm, »
Let's take a psychedelic trip back to the '70s, shall we? Naomi Campbell channeled her inner 1970s diva, donning a full Afro wig during her appearance on the British comedy talk show The Graham Norton Show, which was filmed Thursday and will air Friday. So while we have to wait until tonight to see the full interview with Naomi, we've still got a preview of her look in the meantime—which is pretty fabulous, we must admit. Clad in a sparkly black dress with a plunging neckline, the supermodel swapped out her typically pin-straight locks for something a bit more dramatic. Naomi will be on the second season of the modeling competition series, The Face, which airs on the Oxygen »
Having spent 17 cycles as a judge and photographer on America’s Next Top Model, Nigel Barker understands what makes a modeling show compelling. But even he had no idea when he left Antm to host Naomi Campbell’s The Face how quickly that series would become a worldwide sensation, too, with Campbell helming British and Australian versions, and an international field of hopefuls auditioning for Season 2. This time, Barker will also serve as confidant to the 12 “modeltestants” vying to become the face of Frédéric Fekkai’s 2014 ad campaign — a role he says allows him to ask the same questions viewers would and … Continue reading →
- Lori Acken
In The Way We Wore: Black Style Then, designer and professional photographer Michael McCollum provides a fashion archive of African Americans – the famous and the not so famous – from the 1940s through to today.
Click here to see more photos from the book!
Lesser known African Americans in the photo book include cosmetic line owner Arlene Hawkins (below), who posed leaning against a car in a fur-trimmed coat in 1960 New York City.
Chonicling the decades, McCollum shows the profound influence that African Americans had in shaping the trends of the times. From bell-bottoms and chucky shoes to couture gowns and Sunday bests, the fashions tell a story of a culture and a country.
The Way We Wore: Black Style Then, »
Washington, Feb. 26: The "Got Milk?" ad campaign that first appeared in 1994 with supermodel Naomi Campbell, is now being axed for a new tagline 'Milk Life.'
According to CNN, the new tagline aims to teach consumers about the benefits of drinking milk.
Sal Taibi, president of Lowe Campbell Ewald, the agency involved in the 'Got Milk' ads, said that they used celebs at the time to help improve milk's image, the Washington Times reported.
He said that the idea was to convey the message that everybody drinks milk, even successful cool people.
Taibi said that his agency started working on a new concept with MilkPEP a year ago.
The 'Milk Life' are going to roll out Tuesday. (Ani) »
- Lohit Reddy
While 43-year-old Campbell's outfit included a tiny cowgirl boob tube, studded hat and scarf, a chunky belt and sexy ripped denim jeans, Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend wore a similar outfit with a grey trim, the Mirror reported.
Meanwhile, German fashion designer Philipp Plein's show was opened with a spectacular performance by singer Rita Ora, who sang her hit 'Facemelt' against a dramatic fiery backdrop. (Ani) »
- Rahul Kapoor
Naomi Campbell is still on top of her game!The 42-year-old supermodel rocked the runway for designer Philipp Plein during Milan Fashion Week on Sunday, showing off her hot body in a leather, cropped "cowgirl" tube top, black studded pants, bedazzled boots and a cowboy hat. The brunette beauty stole the spotlight at the show, proving that she just keeps getting better with age. So, how does she maintain her enviable figure? Naomi said she does gyrotonics, which helps tone the body and lengthen the muscles."I don't like workouts that make you bulky. This really stretches you," she told Oprah.com. "What I like about gyrotonics is you feel like you really elongated yourself for the day ... As we all get older, everything changes and moves, and there's natural ways to exercise. I think it's important, and I think it's something that can help keep things in place." Her »
- tooFab Staff
The lovable ladies of music, TV, and film have been enjoying their girl time throughout all the award-season festivities. While some of the biggest names in Hollywood were recognized for their work, musicians and actresses linked up for backstage laughs and postshow dance parties. A-list actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Jessica Chastain got chummy on the Golden Globes red carpet, Taylor Swift and Lorde brought their bestie love to the Grammys, and Oprah Winfrey and Naomi Campbell had an all-out giggle fest after the BAFTAs. Celebrate an exciting award season with the best photos of famous girlfriends! View Slideshow › »
- Laura Marie Meyers
In lieu of cars, Oprah Winfrey has been giving out face time this award season. From laughing with Naomi Campbell over drinks to taking Leonardo DiCaprio by the hand, Oprah has been racking up enough memorable interactions to fill an award season yearbook. In typical Oprah fashion, each photo op comes with a big hug. The biggest one went to Lupita Nyong'o, who beat Oprah in the best supporting actress category at the Critics' Choice Awards. No one seemed happier for the actress than Oprah herself, though - the daytime TV icon led a standing ovation for Lupita, and even let out a happy cry for the rising starlet. Keep reading to see Oprah's biggest moments with the stars! View Slideshow › »
- Nick Maslow
Who wouldn't want to spend the day with a supermodel? Well, we're overachievers, so we're helping you spend the day with three of them, as well as a celebrated fashion photographer! The Face, Oxygen's modeling competition, returns for its second season on Wednesday, March 5, and we're giving you an exclusive inside glimpse into the lives of the hit series' mentors: legendary model Naomi Campbell and season two newbies, Anne V and Lydia Hearst. Plus, host Nigel Barker also shares what a normal day is for him in our exclusive "Day in the Life" videos... In Hearst's video, we see her average day includes preparing for a major event by indulging in fast »
For Sunday’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards, EW sent London-based reporter Matt Mueller to give his On the Scene report of the biggest night in filmmaking across the pond. Warning: Britishisms ahoy!
It was an evening of princes, dames, and former talk-show queens at the BAFTAs — or, as they’re officially known but no one in Britain actually calls them, the Ee BAFTAs (Ee being the British Verizon, not to be rhymed with “wee,” the British slang for urine, but rather articulated like the poet e.e. cummings).
The red carpet walkway laid down before London »
- Matt Mueller
How do you celebrate a BAFTA Award win? With a star-studded afterparty, of course. Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Oprah, and Lupita Nyong'o were just a few of the famous faces who attended sparkling fetes following the BAFTA Awards in London on Sunday night. Angie, Brad, and Lupita toasted to 12 Years a Slave's best picture win at E One and Grey Goose's bash, while Harvey Weinstein hosted Oprah, Naomi Campbell, and Cate Blanchett (among others) at his own separate post-BAFTAs party. Brad and Angie were still rocking their sexy matching tuxedos from earlier in the night while they held court with British rapper Tinie Tempah. Meanwhile, Oprah couldn't resist having fun with Naomi, Harvey's wife, Georgina Chapman, and Rita Ora. One person who wasn't at any of the afterparties was Prince William, who made a special appearance at the BAFTA Awards earlier that night to present an award to Helen Mirren. »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Scott Dunlop is remarkably relaxed for a man who has been accused of hastening the decline of western civilisation. When he first came up with the idea for a reality television programme that would become the ubiquitous Real Housewives franchise, he received death threats. As the franchise grew bigger, hoovering up millions of viewers around the world, he was accused of everything from misrepresentation to misogyny. A reporter once asked him what it felt like to be "a catalyst" for the ruin of cultured society.
"People might criticise you for watching it," says Dunlop, speaking from his home in Orange County, California. He has a likable telephone manner that hovers constantly between breeziness and bemusement. "You can love the show, »
- Elizabeth Day
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