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Has Coco Rocha quit 'The Face' due to Naomi Campbell's 'diva-like tantrums'?

New York, September 2 : Speculations are rife that Coco Rocha, a judge on Naomi Campbell's model reality-competition show 'The Face,' has backed out from the show's upcoming season due to the English supermodel's diva-like behavior that has caused strife between the two.


According to previous reports by the New York Post, Rocha's polite, hardworking persona clashed with Campbell's attitude.

A source told the publication that Rocha clearly knows Campbell doesn't like her.

The insider asserted that after fulfilling her first-season commitments, Rocha didn't want to subject herself to more abuse and opted out of the show.

However, a rep for Shine, which produces the programme, said that the transition has actually been in the works for some time and a formal announcement is expected soon.

The spokesperson asserted that Campbell and her team have found two new supermodels that will be appearing for the upcoming season.

--ANI (Posted on 02-09-2013)

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