The NBC network will be featuring a new show with Naomi Campbell. The show will be called, “The Face” which will revolve around models competing to become a spokesperson for a national brand (sounds similar doesn’t it lol). The supermodel will be one of the three coaches their perspective models along their journey. As of right now, the other two coaches have not been confirmed. There would blood in the water if the other two were from that other show who fired their best judges.
Unlike America’s Next Top Model, there will a worldwide search as they will be their guide on the objectives. “The Face is a fresh new series that delivers all the elements our audience craves: fashion, beauty and drama,” said Rod Aissa, senior vp original programming and development and Oxygen Media. “Oxygen has been looking for the next idealization in the modeling genre and this project delivers it.”
Due to the declining rating from its predecessor, I would love to know how long this show will last. One thing people fact to understand there have been several different modeling reality tv series. Models of the Runway and among others had pretty decent concepts. Yet, these very same shows did not last longer than 2 seasons. If “The Face” has any success, the great contribution would be from the great Supermodel herself. Timing can not be more perfect to feature a new show since the previous of ANTM’s triple threat force left the stage.
America’s Next Top Model (ANTM) has come to its plunging point of its sitcom. It has reported supermodel Tyra Banks shed shade towards her long time co-stars J. Alexander, Jay Manuel and Nigel Barker the other day (talking about cast 3 co-stars with one stone).
There contacts have not been renewed for the next upcoming season. Despite the fact my neglectfulness (i made it up lol), it was a distasteful to take away some of the most important people who kept the show very entertaining with their expertise and aesthetics. Nigel Barker, as we all know, is a high fashion photographer while Miss Jay taught the ladies how to strut the runway (and own it) and Jay Manuel having the creative direction. If there was a situation where the creative direction was not going anywhere, they I could see why she chose to give Jay Manuel the boot. With the energy Miss Jay has, I would have deep thoughts about dismissing.
There is no one in my fashion conscious mind I would think has the personality nor the reputation to teach these ladies as he would! As for Nigel, I would not have suggested him to leave. His advice is great and he comprehends from all worlds. It would suffice if Barker was a guest judge, sporadically. There should be room for an upcoming photographer to gain shine for branding themselves like him.
I will admit it has been a while since I have watched America’s Next Top Model. To be completely honest with you, there was entirely too many seasons which consisted branding C list celebrities rather than building the reputation to achieve supermodels. Nevertheless, the ladies are lovely to watch with the exception many wasn’t about that life. Being unable to adapt to their surroundings according to specific photo shoots, ego, etc. The show did have TOO many personalities, but letting them go at once is completely ridiculous!!