There hasn't been a supermodel after Kate and Gisele, says Naomi Campbell
If you want to stir up controversy on your newspaper, then get Naomi Campbell to guest edit - you're guaranteed to cause some strife.
That is what the Mirror has done. The tabloid invited the supermodel to guest edit its celebrity section known as '3am' this week, and the result?
Just as you would imagine... Campbell sounds off on everything from Kate Moss to Victoria Beckham, from Russell Brand to Madonna. Yep, she has covered the full celeb spectrum, bless her!
Want the scoop? Then read on...
Naomi Campbell on today's notion of the 'supermodel'.... "I think the term 'supermodel' gets thrown around too much nowadays. Models need to earn their stripes - I just think the term is used a little too loosely. Kate Moss is obviously a supermodel but after Gisele [Bundchen], I don't think there's been one."
On Kate Moss's reluctance to hit the catwalk... "Kate hasn't walked down the catwalk for years. She never really liked the shows so I won't be pushing her to do it [for the Fashion For Relief show] this time around. But it'll be a brilliant do and I cannot wait."
On how she feels about Russell Brand after his tryst with Moss... "I don't like him. He's said horrible things about my friend."
On Victoria Beckham's support following that Heathrow incident... "I speak to Victoria pretty regularly about normal mundane stuff. When I was going through my hard time recently she was immediately on the phone, asking me how I was doing and saying, 'I hope you're well.' "She was very sweet. We share girl stuff and she is so funny - people just don't know her or get her."
And finally, on Madonna and Kabbalah... "I knew about Kabbalah before Madonna got involved. Kabbalah is not a religion, it's a programme. I don't like to get hooked on things like that. It reminds me of AA [Alcoholics Anonymous] but just with different words. They've got the same principles. We're all looking for positivity in our lives and looking towards the light but I just believe in God."