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  Meet the World's First Supermodel: Janice Dickinson - Associated Content
Janice is considered one of the world’s first Supermodels (though some say that the honor really belongs to a model from the sixties named Jean Shrimpton) and others trying to follow in Ms.
Janice Dickinson may not technically be the “World’s First Supermodel” but she sure fits the title.
Janice Dickinson claims, in her book “No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel” that she was partly responsible for her abusive father's death by previously discarding his medication the night he had his fatal heart attack.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/35602/meet_the_worlds_first_supermodel_janice.html   (600 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson relationships
Janice Dickinson often tries to "cheer up" or offer philosophical advice to those who are hurting, but she unwittingly avoids or ignores the emotions involved.
Janice Dickinson is old-fashioned about courtship and love relationships, and will remain faithful to her loved one in good times and in bad.
Janice Dickinson craves very intense, deep, emotional relationships, and would even prefer stormy, tumultuous relationships to ones that are calm but lack vitality and passion.
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 E! News - Janice Dickinson's Surreal Smash-Up
The publicist said that Dickinson was headed home via Los Angeles' 405 Freeway when the SUV she was riding in was pushed into the center divider by a truck, the driver of which then skedaddled after the accident.
Dickinson, 51, despite wearing a seatbelt, banged her head on the windshield, per Taylor's statement, and the group was immediately taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Dickinson, who in the 1970s and '80s was considered pretty hot stuff, reached a new generation of fans/stupefied onlookers when she joined America's Next Top Model in 2003, where she reveled in pointing out nearly perfect-looking girls' flaws for four seasons.
www.eonline.com /news/article/index.jsp?uuid=6139cf76-71a5-4c20-b43c-2e5b4e06d1df   (698 words)

  
 The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency - Television Review
Anyone familiar with the 53-year-old Janice Dickinson knows that the self-declared "world's first supermodel" (whose career revived after she appeared as a judge on Tyra Banks' hit show America's Next Top Model) has a mouth that doesn't quit, a beauty that she refuses to let age, and an ego that can take over any room.
Dickinson signed multiple unprofessional models to her agency after taking photos of them and seeing how they could be groomed or what she could change in each of them.
Dickinson is frantic and erratic in what she says to the young hopefuls.
www.commonsensemedia.org /tv-reviews/Janice-Dickinson-Modeling-Agency.html   (599 words)

  
 Tags - Janice Dickinson - Instablogs Community
Janice Dickinson, sexiest supermodel of seventies, now 52 seems to be full of enthusiasm till now.
Janice Dickinson, supermodel of seventies criticized Britney's look in one of her interview lately and said that she needs to get hot again.
Recently Janice Dickinson inaugurated her new modeling agency in California in a raunchy style.
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 SFGate: Daily Dish : Janice Dickinson
Dickinson and Sir Mick Jagger dated in the late 1970s, before the Rolling Stones frontman moved in with Hall, whom he went on to marry in 1990.
Janice Dickinson has been told to stay away from all events staged by model talent agency IMG after she reportedly caused chaos at a Los Angeles Fashion Week show Monday night.
Supermodel-turned-reality TV star Janice Dickinson was left with a concussion and shaken up after the vehicle she was in was caught up in a hit-and-run accident.
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 PlanetOut Entertainment
Janice Dickinson has spent 32 years in the modeling business -- both in front of the camera as the world's first supermodel and behind the camera as a photographer.
We also get to see the softer side of Dickinson, the woman who takes a homeless girl/wannabe model under her wing and admits to her daughter, Savannah, that launching her own business is scary.
"The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency" show on Oxygen, which appears June 6, is probably the most fun entity that I've ever encompassed, meaning that I'm a single mom, and I am shaping the lives of men and women across the board, giving back to an industry that has helped me so much.
www.planetout.com /entertainment/interview.html?sernum=1263   (1232 words)

  
 The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency DVD news: Strike a pose with Janice on DVD | TVShowsOnDVD.com
Along the way, Dickinson must learn to balance her personal life with her professional one, juggling motherhood with her business' needs.
One of the modeling industry's first supermodels, the over-the-top Janice Dickinson recently reinvented herself as a television personality when she was featured in a recurring guest spot (five-seasons worth!) on Tyra Banks' hit reality series "America's Next Top Model".
Known throughout the globe, Janice Dickinson is a model and photographer who has been featured on the covers of every major fashion magazine.
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  Everything About Me Is Fake . . . And I'm Perfect: by Janice Dickinson
Even when Janice Dickinson was being stitched into clothing and having her boobs taped together to be a Cosmo cover girl, she heard only the words of her paedophile father, who always told her, "You'll never amount to anything.
Janice tells us what's real about beauty and what's not, and how women don't have to be slaves to the pictures they see on the glossy pages of Vogue.
Janice Dickinson was not only the first of the supermodels, she endured a nightmarishly traumatic childhood at the hands of a sadistic, sexually and emotionally abusive father, and emerged in the early...
www.harpercollins.com /books/9780060554705/Everything_About_Me_Is_Fake____And_Im_Perfect/index.aspx   (0 words)

  
  Janice Dickinson Biography
Janice Doreen Dickinson (born February 17, 1953 in Brooklyn, New York), is a former supermodel of Polish and Belarusian descent who started modeling at the age of 14.
Dickinson claims to have coined the title "supermodel" and therefore proclaims herself to be the world's first supermodel (although the term was first used regarding Jean Shrimpton in the 1960s).
Janice is also starting her own modeling agency and is in the middle of creating a reality TV show, somewhat similar in concept to America's Next Top Model.
www.myclassiclyrics.com /artist_biographies/Janice_Dickinson_Biography.htm   (486 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson : The First Supermodel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Janice Dickinson was the world's first supermodel, or so she says.
Janice Dickinson was predisposed to dancing on tables, to seducing well-known men, to imbibing a blizzard of cocaine and guzzling a river of champagne.
Dickinson helped to hike up model fees, demanding $20,000 ($A36,000) for an advertising job when the going rate was $5,000, switching agencies in the process.
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 Janice Dickinson , Celebrity profile, bio, biography
As the child of a violent, pedophiliac father and a pill-popping mother, Janice Dickinson grew up hearing her father's "You'll never amount to nothing!" Determined to become a raging success, Janice Dickinson went to New York City and began calling modeling agencies.
Janice Dickinson became a huge success in Europe, and returned to New York City in 1978.
Dickinson took revenge on Ford by signing with her agency and then jumping ship to Elite when she became established in the US.
www.starglimpse.com /celebs/pages/janice_dickinson/janice_dickinson.shtml   (732 words)

  
 TVgasm - The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency: Taking Care of Business Everyday
Janice may have been gorgeous once, but right now she's about one plastic surgery away from complete disaster, and we are supposed to act like we don't notice.
Janice says that the reason she wants to do this is to be able to provide for her children and so there are real consequences if she fails.
Now perhaps Janice is playing nice for the camera, but in the scenes where she is actually parenting, she seems to be doing a fairly good job, and is much more concerned that her kids are doing well in school than the possibility of them following in her footsteps in the fashion world.
www.tvgasm.com /archives/the_janice_dickinson_modeling_agency/002390.php   (1079 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson Speaker - Book Motivational Celebrity Speaker Janice Dickinson and Other Corporate Entertainment   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As the child of a violent, pedophiliac father and a pill-popping mother, Janice Dickinson grew up hearing her father's "You'll never amount to nothing!" Determined to become a raging success, Janice Dickinson went to New York City and began calling modeling agencies.
Janice Dickinson became a huge success in Europe, and returned to New York City in 1978.
Dickinson took revenge on Ford by signing with her agency and then jumping ship to Elite when she became established in the US.
www.allamericanspeakers.com /newspeakerbio/2297/index.php   (907 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson in LA freeway mishap : Entertainment
The Web site TMZ.com said Dickinson was a passenger in a car that was sideswiped by a hit-and-run semi-truck on I 405 late Tuesday night, causing her to smack her head into the windshield.
Dickinson's publicist said the star of Oxygen's The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency suffered a concussion and was treated at a nearby hospital.
Dickinson said she'll be ready for the second season of her show, which begins next month.
www.earthtimes.org /articles/show/13924.html   (223 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson at Hollywood.com
Dickinson would later lay claim to inventing the term “supermodel” to describe her status in the fashion world, though it was noted that the word was first applied to British icons Jean Shrimpton and Twiggy in the previous decade.
Dickinson married again after having her second child, daughter Savannah (then-boyfriend Sylvester Stallone was rumored to be the father until a paternity test revealed it to be producer Michael Birnbaum), but the union proved ill-fated as well.
Dickinson and Manigault’s feuds were the highlights/low lights of the season, with Manigault labeling Dickinson a “crackhead,” and Dickinson brandishing a knife uncomfortably close to Manigault’s head.
www.hollywood.com /celebrity/Janice_Dickinson/1253753   (1298 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson News & Pictures | Hollyscoop
Dickinson and Stallone dated in the nineties but he dropped her like a hot potato when he found out her daughter wasn't his.
Janice Dickinson's response when asked what she thought about the recent controversy surrounding super skinny models.
Dickinson, who was wearing a seat belt at the time, was thrown head first into the windshield and suffered a concussion.
www.hollyscoop.com /janice-dickinson/49.aspx   (1037 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency
Janice Dickinson is now the star of her own reality show and is attempting to open up her own modeling agency in
Janice needs your help getting her modeling agency up and running and is currently looking for modeling talent that is in need of representation.
Janice and her talent scouts are currently looking for men and women 18 and up, that want to break into the modeling world, and be a part of a new breed of reality show.
www.janicedickinson.tv   (0 words)

  
 Review: The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency--AllYourTV.com
Anyone with even a passing knowledge of former model Janice Dickinson had a pretty good idea what to expect on a reality star featuring her and a group of fresh young modeling faces.
It was likely Dickinson would exhibit all the traits that made her a train-wreck-in-the-making during her stint on "America's Top Model." And she ceratinly hasn't disappointed this season, as she has whined, argued and dismissed everyone around her.
Her moods swing back-and-forth faster than a monkey on crack, and it's almost impossible to tell if her imperious behavior is designed to play to the cameras, or if it's just so instilled in her DNA that she can't turn it off.
www.allyourtv.com /0607season/janicedickinson.html   (475 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson Picture, Profile, Gossip, and News at CelebrityWonder.com
Dickinson was a judge and Brower was a contestant.
Dickinson wrote of a rivalry between herself and Kimora Lee when they both were on America's Next Top Model (2003) in her book, Everything about Me is Fake and I'm Perfect.
Dickinson admits that she criticized Kimora's fake hair and nails, but says that she would have been much nicer if Kimora had shown up on time for filming.
www.celebritywonder.com /html/janicedickinson.html   (550 words)

  
 Janice Dickinson
As the child of a violent, pedophiliac father and a pill-popping mother, Janice Dickinson grew up hearing her father's "You'll never amount to nothing!" Determined to become a raging success, Dickinson went to New York City and began calling modeling agencies.
It was the era of Studio 54 and Dickinson partied with the likes of Truman Capote, Andy Warhol, and John Belushi.
Dickinson took revenge on Ford by signing with her agency and then jumping ship to Elite when she became established in the US.
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 Janice Dickinson redefines model behavior - Survivor- msnbc.com
It’s a learned technique.” Janice Dickinson clearly values perseverance as much as personality, which are, unsurprisingly, those attributes that helped her career develop since she started modeling at age 14.
Dickinson’s daughter, she said, “hates being in front of the camera.
Her son, Nathan, on the other hand, is clearly more comfortable in front of the camera, and as a recent episode showed, chose the real-world education of working with his mother in the agency and on the show over going to film school.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/13739864   (729 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: No Lifeguard: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel: Books: Janice Dickinson
Janice Dickinson was not only the first of the supermodels, she endured a nightmarishly traumatic childhood at the hands of a sadistic, sexually and emotionally abusive father, and emerged in the early 1970s as the first lush–lipped 'exotic' brunette to break into a modelling world dominated by sunny California blondes.
Janice Dickinson was one of the first models who not only broke the mold of the blonde, pale and WASP-y supermodel but turned it on upside down, in the tradition of Gia Carangi, Cindy Crawford and Beverly Johnson.
FOr one thing, Dickinson has the courage to spill almost all about the ups and downs of her life (although I'd LOVE to read what she doesn't reveal) and that, in itself, is compelling.
www.amazon.ca /gp/product/0060566175/ref=wl_itt_dp/702-2871889-5388005?ie=UTF8&coliid=I3R1SBORE77O45&colid=10ALASY25Z3PI   (1917 words)

  
 Digital Spy Forums - Janice Dickinson Modelling Agency
Janice Rocks, she is very forthright but has a huge heart.
I hope Janice’s agency is a success, it nice to see the warm caring side of her, after seeing her bitchy side on ANTM.
I think she had a bit of a chip on her shoulder, and I suspect she’ll regret turning down Janice for the rest of her life, especially considering the fact she wasn’t exactly model material, yet Janice was genuinely interested in giving her a break.
www.digitalspy.co.uk /forums/printthread.php?t=452562   (1244 words)

  
 No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel by Janice Dickinson | PopMatters Book Review
Dickinson, however, quickly hits readers deeply and darkly with tales of her sadistic, sexually abusive father and emotionally unavailable mother.
Dickinson could have put in even more information about modeling, because she tends to skimp on the details of what happens when you become an actually famous model, opting instead to reveal the perks and lifestyle instead.
Dickinson, a self-described "Polish mutt," describes her hardships in trying to break through the blonde, blue-eyed "American ideal" of the Christie Brinkleys of the modeling world.
www.popmatters.com /books/reviews/n/no-lifeguard-on-duty.shtml   (1068 words)

  
 Idol Chatter: Hardly Model Behavior at "The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency" - Beliefnet Entertainment blog, TV blog, ...
Now, Janice Dickinson has her own modeling agency, and a reality series about having her own modeling agency.
So when Janice yells at one of the models for not having buffed her fingers ("your cuticles look like Martha Stewart on crack"), and tells another that she is too fat ("you need to do some shrinkage or go for a plus-size look"), we feel a mix of revulsion and revelry.
Janice sells her show on her brutality, and her drive to succeed.
www.beliefnet.com /blogs/idolchatter/2006/06/hardly-model-behavior-at-janice.html   (608 words)

  
 Oxygen Resuscitates 'Janice Dickinson' - Cable net orders second season of show - Zap2it
The channel has picked up a second season of its series "The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency" -- not surprisingly, since its run this summer made it the most successful original series in the six-year-old network's history.
The eight-episode order is down from season one's 10, but viewers will actually see more of the former "America's Next Top Model" judge and her diva-rific ways: Oxygen has decided to expand the show from 30 minutes to an hour each week.
Dickinson in an executive producer of the series, along with Stuart Krasnow ("Average Joe") and Kevin Williams.
www.zap2it.com /tv/news/zap-oxygenrenewsjanicedickinsonmodelingagency,0,1148176.story?coll=zap-news-headlines   (303 words)

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