Revelation #1 Most of them do actually eat
Revelation #2 They have children
Revelation #3 They are not superbitches
Revelation #4 You (yes, you) could know one (or become one)
Most successful models are scouted during their early to mid teenage years so if you are a teenage girl you or your friends could still be scouted. Generally the starting height for a catwalk model is around five foot nine but Kate Moss is only five foot seven and sometimes it varies a little. Someone I go to school with is about six foot and she has been scouted by agencies quite a few times but declined. Another girl I go to school with entered this year's Elite Model Look competition and was one of the winners. She is only fifteen so missed out on this year's London Fashion Week but knows lots of the models there. My friends are trying to encourage me to enter a competition next year because I need to grow like an inch or two more to meet most height requirements. I hear that a lot of model agencies are at Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model Live and they scout loads of people then invite you to a free photo shoot where they find out if you really have the potential. Always look your best when you go out, next time it could be you...
Kate Moss was scouted by Storm Model Agency at an airport so you can find scouts round there too so no velour tracksuit and UGG combos!
Revelation #5 They can definitely be smart
Lily Cole dispels the bimbo stereotype with as much beauty and elegance as Karlie Kloss dispels the super-bitch stereotype. Although causing controversy in 2008 by posing nude in French Playboy (I think the fact that it was French makes it all seem so much more classy and artistic) she has the brains and the beauty (bitch!) In June 2011 she was awarded a double first in History of Art at Cambridge University.