Former American Next Top Model judge slammed today’s supermodels claiming they just stood there getting paid. That’s true! Janice Dickinson doesn’t think Gigi and Bella Hadid or Kendall Jenner have what it takes to be compared to OG supermodels!
There’s no doubt the Hadid sisters are two of the most iconic faces on the runway these days, but Dickinson isn’t impressed.
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While on the podcast “Behind The Velvet Rope” Janice told David Yontef all about her opinion on today’s model scene and didn’t hold back!
It all started with OG being asked about Gigi and Kendall Jenner – are they good or not?
Well, Janice quickly replied, ‘No. You are not. You have a look. They don’t really diversify their moves. You stand there and get paid in millions of dollars. ‘
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She went on to explain that, ‘The models of the’ 70s, ’80s are nothing like the models of today, the Instagram models that are going to become famous and get into Vogue – all of the Kylie Jenners, the Gigi Hadids and the Bella Hadids. They are very pretty women, but they are not supermodels, sorry. You have millions and millions of followers. And you know Vogue has an 800,000 subscription and Kylie Jenner has 25 million following her? So similar.’
Well, the 66-year-old former supermodel only had about 194 million problems, but she’s not really a supermodel anyway.
However, her sister Kendall has attended many prestigious fashion shows and has an impressive 154 million Instagram followers. Just for your information.
Janice hadn’t finished hauling her, adding, “They were never up to par with any girl from the 70s, 80s and 90s. We were fabulous. They ain’t wild wanderers, are you kidding me? There used to be Pat Cleveland and Iman who you just never wanted to follow on the runway. Not like Pat Cleveland, who is just an accomplishment, she was like a surfer on the catwalk. She was amazing … she knew how to take a dress and make it work. You work the fabric, you work the clothing. These models don’t know how to do it today. ‘