Gigi Hadid has scored another cover. This time, she’s rocking bold brows and slicked back hair on the cover of Adweek.
While she stuns – as usual – inside the issue, Gigi proves she’s got just as much brains as she does beauty. After scoring major campaigns with Maybelline and Victoria’s Secret PINK, all while pursuing a Criminal Psychology degree, there’s no doubt this “millenial model” is all about her business. And when it comes to her future plans beyond modeling, she’s already started planning.
“I’m an entertainer, and I think that I’ll always be in that business. Who knows? I could always be a fact checker on CSI.”
If you just can’t get enough of Gigi (and we don’t blame you), you can catch more of her in a new interview with Style.com. The 19-year-old supermodel spills on being a Lakers fan and secretly crushing on Kobe Bryant.
So you’re really a Lakers fan?
I know they’re not doing so well for me right now, but I’m not going to jump on the bandwagon. I’m still a die-hard Lakers fan and I still go to games when I’m there, even if they’re losing.
I feel your pain—I’m a Knicks fan.
Yeah, exactly, so you feel me. I do go to Knicks games when I’m in New York because I need my basketball fix. But Kobe [Bryant] was my childhood crush. I had my 13th birthday at a Lakers game. Oh, and my cake was just white, and then they shaped a jersey [on top] with edible yellow spray paint and lined it in purple, put a zero [on it], and wrote my last name. I loved it. It was like the best thing that ever happened to me.
Did you play basketball?
In third grade, I played basketball with the boys every day at lunch. I had braces that were yellow and purple and I wore full Laker uniforms to school.
For the full interview, check out Style.com.
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