“The Face” Season 1 Episode 5 Sneak Peek & Spoiler: Naomi Campbell Drives Contestant Off Show? (VIDEO)

"The Face" Season 1 Episode 5 Sneak Peek & Spoiler: Naomi Campbell Drives Contestant Off Show? (VIDEO)

Like all good shows, season 1 of The Face is shaping up to be a drama filled crazytown. In case you’re curious about what’s going to go down this coming Tuesday (3/12/13), then you’ve come to the right place because we have an exclusive preview for you — and it features a clip of Naomi prepping her team for an ad campaign geared towards selling a product. If you have any apprehensions about spoilers or previews, then best divert your attention now!

The clip shows Naomi putting together a game plan with her team on how to sell a beanbag (as a product). She gives the girls their script and she tells them that we have to make the audience “love this beanbag.” Do you think the girls will be able to do it? Do you think they’ll win? The biggest problem arises when Naomi presents Zi Lin with the task of translating a simple phrase into Chinese that she will then speak during the ad. The only setback? Zi Lin isn’t entirely fluent in English and, therefore, has trouble understanding what Naomi is saying.

Naomi seems a bit frustrated. She helps her along and all seems fine, but Zi Lin is definitely nervous about the competition and fears for her team. She says that she doesn’t want to be the reason for causing her team to fumble. The last thing she wants is for her on-camera speaking, which she admits she doesn’t have a lot of experience with, to garner a loss for her team.

Watch the video below and let us know what you think of Naomi and her girls. How would you like to have Naomi criticizing your every move, every word, every look?

The Face is . . . . “hosted by photographer Nigel Barker, features supermodel coaches Naomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha as they compete to find the face of ULTA Beauty, one of the fastest growing beauty retailers in the United States. The series will give viewers access inside the world of the industry as three teams of aspiring models, each led by one of the supermodel coaches, are guided through real life assignments, including photo shoots and commercials.”

Media credits courtesy of Oxygen



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