56-year-old mother determined to win Bravo's 'Make Me a Supermodel'
UPI News Service, 07/27/2008
A 56-year-old New Jersey mother of three says she is determined to earn a spot on the upcoming season of the U.S. TV reality series "Make Me a Supermodel."
Jackelyn Rollins said during an audition for the Bravo TV series that despite going up against competitors starting in their teens, she is confident she will be successful in her goal, the New York Daily News said Sunday.
"I'm fierce, and I know it," Rollins said during Saturday's audition in New York. "I am a supermodel. There's no question."
"Supermodel" Executive Producer Jym Buss said neither age nor height will stop a truly interesting competitor from making the second season of the competition.
"If you're uninteresting, you won't pop on camera," Buss said. "You've got to be memorable."
The Daily News said the winner of each season earns a modeling contract and a $100,000 grand prize.