Since her dismissal from “America’s Next Top Model” and the end of “The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency,” Janice Dickinson has done anything to keep her name in the headlines. This time it seems that the former supermodel is looking to give fans a look at a different and often hush-hush side of the modeling world.
Dickinson co-created a show called “Sober Model House” that follows the lives of supermodels looking to kick drug, alcohol and food addictions. As a supermodel, Dickinson found herself dealing with a number of issues including alcoholism, anxiety, anorexia and bulimia after rising to fame. Her experience, as well as other professionals in the field, are offered to these girls as they look for a sober haven to live in while continuing their modeling careers.
Stuart Kransow Productions is producing the show that is set in London. At the moment no network is attached to the project, but shooting will begin in January with pitch meetings following. Who wouldn’t want to pick up a show about self-centered models living under one roof.. Sober?
“Sober Model House” sounds exactly like “Celebrity Rehab” combined with “America’s Next Top Model.” One could almost put money on the fact there will be endless cat fights, backstabbing and conniving instances to get their fixes. There will be tears and personal stories about why the models have addictions. It is meant to inspire others to get help, but in all reality these issues are things that should be done behind closed doors, not on camera.
One of the most exciting parts of this show is waiting to see who the knock-off Dr. Drew is.