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Naomi Campbell Reportedly Offered Her Own TV Network Talk Show

Television
by Sergio
September 22, 2013 9:42 AM
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As if there isn’t already a glut of TV talk shows, now comes word, according to the U.K. Daily Mail, that model Naomi Campbell has been offered her own talk show by a “major US network.”

As reported, TV execs have been impressed with Campbell’s performance and co-hosting duties on her Oxygen TV reality show The Face as well as her occasionally co-hosting or appearing on Kate Couric, The Today Show and The View.

Furthermore, people have been impressed recently with Campbell's outspokenness on the lack of diversity on fashion runways.  As one source said, “Naomi recently gave a lot of tough news interviews on the subject of diversity in fashion and she excelled and really found her role as intelligent commentator and pundit fulfilling."

Campbell has gone even father than just speaking out and with modeling agent Bethann Hardison and Iman, has founded the Diversity Coalition campaign to tackle the problem.

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4 Comments

  • Barbara | September 27, 2013 8:34 PMReply

    She's a stunning beauty, with a body to match. Don't know about show though.

  • ChgoSista | September 23, 2013 10:27 AMReply

    For the love of God, why?????????????? Pass--don't need a Naomi Campbell talk show, reality show, show-show--NOTHING!

  • Anonymous | September 22, 2013 11:31 PMReply

    Really?!
    Why?
    Everything about her is antithetical to Oprah. How would she inspire audiences?
    I've never understood people's attraction to her, as I don't find her physically attractive whatsoever. And she has zero inner beauty or personality.

  • Liling | September 22, 2013 3:06 PMReply

    She is a beautiful young lady,one of the most beautiful models in the world.As the "Black Venus”.Sure she is the proud of the black,and she is the first black on the cover of .
    There is no denying that she is a legendary. Her remarkable success indicates the brand new history of the black female stars!

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