Tonight Show: Naomi Campbell The Face Review
Naomi Campbell may be seen as a diva in the fashion world (or any world for that matter) but she seems to be turning over a new leaf while being a coach on the new modeling reality competition, The Face.
She said the show is there to teach the women how to become models and how to be professional in the industry. Campbell knows she is the “tough love” coach on the show, but she said it is more about being authentic with the models on her team than it is about being hard on them. She wants to show them the rough side of modeling and not sugarcoat the business for them.
As for one of her girls possibly winning the competition, Campbell said she chose the models she did because she could see their personalities already. She could see they have what it takes to be a model, they just need a little bit of tweaking.
Tonight Show: Naomi Campbell Botox Use
Although the 42-year-old model may not have to diet very often to keep her slim figure, Campbell has said she does yoga to stay in shape and eats a variety of healthy foods to get her immune system in good working order. She also told the New York Post she isn’t shy about using wrinkle-smoothing injections to get her face looking young.
Tonight Show: Boz Scaggs MEMPHIS Review
Boz Scaggs is coming out with his first album in five years, titled MEMPHIS, and he just signed with 429 Records which will release the album March 5 2013. He is stopping by the Tonight Show to perform his single from the album “Cadillac Walk.”
But Boz Scaggs isn’t just touring the world with his own band, almost 50 years after his first album. Scaggs has also been performing alongside Donald Fagan and Michael McDonald under the name The Dukes of September. And with his 2013 tour set to kick off in the middle of March, fans might just get to see Scaggs perform with his band and with The Dukes of September.