Naomi Campbell is to mentor young models in new TV show 'The Face'.
The British supermodel's series will follow a similar theme to Tyra Banks-fronted 'America's Next Top Model' and will be produced by NBC Universal.
Naomi - who is renowned for her fiery temper - will be responsible for ''moulding, nurturing and transforming'' the contestants on the show, which will also feature two other mentors who have yet to be announced.
NBC president Rod Aissa said: '''The Face' is a fresh new series that delivers all the elements our audience craves; fashion, beauty and drama.''
The models will take part in a series of challenges to eventually become the brand ambassador of a big company.
Naomi has continued to be one of the most well-known models on the fashion scene despite soon turning 42.
She recently rejected the title ''supermodel'' because she does not have any extra-ordinary abilities.
She said: ''I would never call myself that. I don't have any superhuman powers.''