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Janice Dickinson SLAMS the Hadid sisters saying they’re ‘never on the level’ of classic supermodels

She was part of the first wave of the golden age of supermodels and appears to not think much of he current wave.

Janice Dickinson recently visited the podcast Behind The Velvet Rope with David Yontef, and took the opportunity to share her opinion on everyone from Bella and Gigi Hadid, Tyra Banks and Lisa Rinna all the way to Julie Andrews.

The 66-year-old model touched on the direction modeling has gone in recent decades, saying, ‘the models of the 70s and 80s do not compare to the models of today, the Instagram models who get famous and they put into Vogue, the Kylie Jenners and the Gigi Hadids and the Bella Hadids.’

Strong opinions: Janice Dickinson recently took the opportunity to share her opinion on everyone from Bella and Gigi Hadid, Tyra Banks and Lisa Rinna to Julie Andrews; seen in 2019

‘I mean, there are very pretty women, but they’re not supermodels. I’m sorry,’ Janice added, going on to compare Vogue’s number of subscribers, ‘what 800,000,’ to the number of people following Kylie Jenner, which she said was ’25 million…something like that.’

(In reality, Vogue’s readership is in the vicinity of 1.153 million, according to the Conde Nast website, while Jenner currently commands a following on Instagram of 219 million.)

Nevertheless, Dickinson maintained in the interview that the models of today are ‘never on the level of the girls from the seventies and eighties and the nineties, we were fabulous.

‘I’m just thinking they’re not, they’re just, they have one look, they don’t really diversify their movements,’ she continued. ‘They just stand there. And get paid millions of dollars. Oh, they are not fierce walkers.’

The model, 66, notably opined on the direction modeling has gone in recent decades, saying: 'The models of the 70s and 80s do not compare to the models of today, the Instagram models... the Kylie Jenners and the Gigi Hadids and the Bella Hadids'

The model, 66, notably opined on the direction modeling has gone in recent decades, saying: ‘The models of the 70s and 80s do not compare to the models of today, the Instagram models… the Kylie Jenners and the Gigi Hadids and the Bella Hadids’

'I mean, there are very pretty women, but they're not supermodels. I'm sorry,' Janice added; Bella Hadid seen here on her Instagram

‘I mean, there are very pretty women, but they’re not supermodels. I’m sorry,’ Janice added; Bella Hadid seen here on her Instagram

But more classic runway stars were not immune from Janice’s derision, as she also had words for Tyra Banks during the chat.

‘If you want to get in with Tyra, you compliment her 24/7,’ she shared. 

‘And you know, you just have to be able to put up with that type of woman who only likes gay men. She did not like me. She didn’t like other women. She loved only, like, gay men.’

Dickinson, of course, served as a judge on four seasons of Tyra’s reality competition series America’s Next Top Model from 2003 until 2006. 

Dickinson maintained that the models of today are 'never on the level of the girls from the seventies and eighties and the nineties, we were fabulous'; seen here on Instagram

Dickinson maintained that the models of today are ‘never on the level of the girls from the seventies and eighties and the nineties, we were fabulous’; seen here on Instagram

Regarding her former ANTM colleague Tyra Banks: 'If you want to get in with Tyra, you compliment her 24/7,' Janice shared. 'And you know, you just have to be able to put up with that type of woman who only likes gay men. She did not like me. She didn't like other women'

Regarding her former ANTM colleague Tyra Banks: ‘If you want to get in with Tyra, you compliment her 24/7,’ Janice shared. ‘And you know, you just have to be able to put up with that type of woman who only likes gay men. She did not like me. She didn’t like other women’

And models weren’t the only one to receive the wrath of the former Playboy covergirl. 

Janice also shared a rather unpleasant memory from the time she tried to get an autograph from none other than Julie Andrews.

‘I once met Julie Andrews at UCLA and she was in this back room and I was politely waiting my turn in line to get a selfie and at least, you know, get an autograph,’ she recollected. 

‘And she, she stopped in front of me and she says, “I’ve had enough. Thank you.” And I was like, “Enough of what I, I stood in this line to get your autograph politely.” She was like, “Well, I’m done. I’m tired.”

‘I was like, “F**k you, man. How dare you,”‘ Dickinson concluded, before adding that Andrews is ‘a b**ch. She hurt my feelings.’

Janice also shared a rather unpleasant memory from the time she tried to get an autograph from none other than Julie Andrews: She's 'a b**ch. She hurt my feelings'

Janice also shared a rather unpleasant memory from the time she tried to get an autograph from none other than Julie Andrews: She’s ‘a b**ch. She hurt my feelings’

Last on the list of those on the receiving end of Janice’s outspoken feelings in the interview was Real Housewife Lisa Rinna.

‘She’s said, she did one quote that I didn’t didn’t quite accept,’ Dickinson shared. ‘She says, “I was the first one with the lips.” Fat chance. I was the first one with the lips and mine are real. 

‘Mine are not like rubber and all kind of like carved out [and] reinserted with like, you know, a boob,’ she added. 

Last on the list of those on the receiving end of Janice's outspoken feelings in the interview: Real Housewife of Beverly Hills Lisa Rinna; seen on Instagram

Last on the list of those on the receiving end of Janice’s outspoken feelings in the interview: Real Housewife of Beverly Hills Lisa Rinna; seen on Instagram

One other notable memory in the chat came when Janice revealed she had been considered for the lead role that fatefully went to Julia Roberts in 1990’s Pretty Woman.

‘I was up for Pretty Woman and I, I kind of blew that part,’ Janice recalled, saying she ‘was too nervous to go in and read for the producers.’ 

‘I thought that they should just award me the part,’ she continued. ‘I can’t memorize lines… then my mind was so add ADD, ADHD, ADD, ADHD. I couldn’t remember the lines.’

Later, she remembered how she watched the film, thinking, ‘It could have been me. It could have been me. I could’ve been making out with Richard Gere and enjoying myself!’ 

Another notable memory in the chat came when Janice revealed she had been considered for a major part in a movie: The lead role that went to Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman; seen in 2018

Another notable memory in the chat came when Janice revealed she had been considered for a major part in a movie: The lead role that went to Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman; seen in 2018

Later, she remembered how she watched the film, thinking, 'It could have been me. It could have been me. I could've been making out with Richard Gere and enjoying myself'

Later, she remembered how she watched the film, thinking, ‘It could have been me. It could have been me. I could’ve been making out with Richard Gere and enjoying myself’


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