Naomi Campbell revealed her sensitive side when she broke down crying whiletalking about her anger issues on The Jonathan Ross Show, according to The Mirror.
"I'm crying, you made me cry," Campbell, 43, told Ross when discussing her past problems.
U2 bassist Adam Clayton wed Brazilian model Mariana Teixeira on Wednesday, BBC News reports.
Add new fall shows to your Watchlist
Clayton, 53, and Teixeira wed at...
Miley Cyrus has bared a lot before, but never quite like this.
The 20-year-old pop singer is taking it all off — no, really — and posing completely nude for a T-shirt for Marc Jacobs' Protect The Skin You're In campaign, which raises money for...
Previously on The Face: Let's flash back in time! You met our three supermodel coaches; queen of posing Coco Rocha, blonde bombshell Karolina Kurkova and the legendary Naomi Campbell. You saw them in action: modeling, coaching and strategizing. Each week our coaches taught and guided the girls through their test-shoot challenges on how to pose, strut the runway, shoot a TV commercial, walk the red carpet, be a brand ambassador and more. Along the way there were experts and celebrities in the field bestowing their Face wisdom on aspiring ladies. Coveted jobs in the industry were awarded to the team and model that the individual clients from W Magazine, Marshalls, Kleinfelds to Cosabella all personally chose.
Previously on The Face: Naomi's reaction sent Sandra on a tirade during the Christian Louboutin test shoot, inspiring our supermodel to put the rookie in her place. In the OpenSky campaign, Team Coco tried to get Margaux to speak up, while Team Naomi attempted to win for a 4th time in a row but Team Karolina was having none of that, as they managed to break Team Naomi's winning streak. Meanwhile Margaux and Sandra were put up for elimination and Sandra's out-of-control behavior finally caught up with her.
This week on The Face we kicked off with asking our ladies the public's favorite tabloid question "What's in your bag?" for the test shoot, hosted by Karolina and US Weekly's Jennifer Peros.