Tyra vs Naomi

And speaking about supermodels… The last 15 years have been a battle between Tyra Banks and Naomi Campbell. Their competition is one for the history books. Naomi was always more successful in modeling that Tyra, but now Tyra has a second career as a TV hostess while Naomi still models after unsuccessful careers as a singer and book author.

I never liked Naomi’s face. I don’t think that she looks beautiful. Tyra on the other hand looks very sweet and inviting. However, what Naomi has –better than any other model– is her body. She has perfect symmetry and athletic body (rather than just being “thin” as all models are).


Richard wrote on February 1st, 2007 at 5:49 AM PST:

How do steroids relate to models??

Oliver Herold wrote on February 1st, 2007 at 10:28 AM PST:

Easy – loosing weight plus building muscles (even very small ones) at the same time is very easy with steroids (and some other stuff). If you do understand the functionality of steroids, you will see it’s perfect for such things. Don’t think of monstrous muscles, it depends how you’re using these hormones. But in the end it’s dangerous too.
It’s common in every part where you need this (fast loosing weight and build up too), movie stars with some muscles in just 2-3 months and so on. Don’t believe sayings like “this is just hard work”, this is nonsense. Being a natural bodybuilder since about 15 years, I do know what’s going on ;)
People think of monstrous bodybuilders while speaking of steroids, but it’s common even at hobby sports in a regular gym.

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Eugenia wrote on February 1st, 2007 at 10:48 AM PST:

I don’t think that Naomi had to take steroids. I don’t know if she currently exercises, but what sets her apart from the other models is her mother, who is a dancer, and she probably taught dancing/ballet to Naomi as a child.

Oliver Herold wrote on February 1st, 2007 at 12:20 PM PST:

These models lack naturalness imo. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you of anabolic steroids, it isn’t a drug of bodybuilders only anymore. So symmetry is of course natural, but beauty is relative.

Oliver Herold wrote on February 2nd, 2007 at 12:08 PM PST:

“…had to take” .. I’m just speaking of the possibility. And it’s a fact, which many people just don’t want to believe – this kind of drug (and some other stuff to draw water out of the body) is in common use in pro sports and this kind of job mentioned above too. But of course I do believe of sane minds in pro business too, but it’s just a random occasion ;)
To be honest, I don’t blame the models – I blame their parents and this whole business.
But otherwise, if I read this http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/3689049.stm

It’s a shiny contest for people looking at magazines or tv, but behind the curtain it’s a very hard and demanding business.

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Eugenia wrote on February 2nd, 2007 at 12:19 PM PST:

Oliver, please use HTML for links.

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