Models Tell Inside Story of Competition on "The Face" - KMSP-TV

Models Tell Inside Story of Competition on "The Face"

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Oxygen's reality show, "The Face" takes you inside the competitive world of becoming a supermodel.

 Anne V and Lydia Hearst say becoming a model involves more than just having a pretty face. Modern models are forced to emphasize their personalities and their own uniqueness. 

The models say expect to see some squabbling and "cat fights" on this season's episodes.

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