Naomi Campbell is usually only in the media for two things: (1) She’s gotten really upset and reacted in the same vain or (2) she’s giving us catwalk fever.
The supermodel appeared on Britain’s The Jonathan Ross Show in a long flowing gown and in a seemingly great mood, she asked, “So should I sit or should I lay?”
As she discussed her role as mentor on The Face and how personal she takes it when one of her mentees is eliminated, Ross led her directly into a conversation about her anger issues. Campbell said:
“I think I made the name anger management famous. Anger is an emotion. There’s things I had to deal with it like us all. How we deal with it…”
As we know, Naomi is just as famous for throwing phones and punches at assistants and anyone else who makes her extremely angry.
She also discussed her drug addiction and how she’s been able to overcome it:
“I’ve enjoyed my life. I’m happy where I am today. I live in the day. I stay in my day and I’m happy. I don’t want to go back. I think everyone comes to their conclusion no matter what it is that you’re addicted to. You can be addicted to work. All it is in an escapism. For me, I came to my realization at 29 that I didn’t like the way I was. And that was it. “
Campbell says everyday is a work in progress and she fights her urge to smoke daily (she wears a patch).
Later in the interview, Campbell, who was hilarious during the interview, went on to talk about “finding the one” and settling down:
“I kind of did settle down, just not the right person. This is my life and I’m happy. I’m not settling for nothing that’s not worth me.”
Naomi Campbell added that she doesn’t approach men – ever – and when it comes to sex, it takes a”looooong” time before that happens.
I actually loved the interview. Naomi Campbell seems to be in such a great place right now and it looks like her anger management classes have done a world of good.
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