British television viewers rejoice: "The Face" is coming to the UK.
That's right, Naomi Campbell is bringing her modeling reality series across the pond, complete with a new set of judges and an all-Brit cast. Pretty exciting for a show that just launched stateside a month ago, huh? The US version features Naomi along with co-mentors Coco Rocha and Karolina Kurkova and trusty host Nigel Barker.
The UK take will keep executive producer Ms. Campbell but will feature two unannounced new mentors (no word on whether or not Nigel will make the hosting cut). It will be the same eight-week competition that pits three teams of models against one another in competitive photo shoots and runway shows. And we're guessing it will involve the same kind of "drama" as its American counterpart.
This seems like a promising trajectory for the relatively new style series. Its predecessor "America's Next Top Model" also made the UK leap with "Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model" in 2005, while the people behind "Project Runway" debuted "Project Catwalk" in Britain in 2006.
The best part about Naomi's new show? Auditions are being held now, so make sure to email email@example.com if you think you're the next face of Britain. Or you can just watch it when it airs on Sky Living after shooting wraps this year. Whatever.
See Naomi Campbell strutting her stuff:
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