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Janice Dickinson, 67, recreated iconic poses from her modeling days in a new TikTok.
“POV: You’re the first supermodel ever,” she wrote.
The star has had an eventful career, and she seems to be picking up right where she left off.
Janice Dickinson is having fun with TikTok, and we are here for it. The former supermodel, 67, recently shared her take on the “point of view” trend, recreating some of her most iconic shots as the self-proclaimed “first supermodel ever.”
In the video, Dickinson wears a black mini dress, smokey eyeshadow, and a bright red lip. “POV: You’re the first supermodel ever,” she wrote on-screen. Then, the video cuts back and forth from throwback photos to the America’s Next Top Model judge as she imitates poses from her multiple Vogue covers, swimsuit campaigns, fashion shoots, and more. And she does some pretty impressive recreations.
Dickinson re-shared the clip on Instagram with the caption, “I’m back kidlets.” Needless to say, fans were deeply entertained and inspired. “I learned to pose because of you Janice, loved every editorial of you growing up,” one person commented. “She’s an icon, a legend, and she IS the moment,” another added. “And stunning as always!” someone else wrote.
In another recent post, Dickinson went bare-faced, sharing her bold makeup transformation to the tune of her new single, “I Coined It.” “Own who you are kidlets 🌟,” she wrote.
Dickinson was one of the most prolific supermodels of the 1970s and ’80s, and although it’s argued that she wasn’t technically the world’s first supermodel (some say it was actually Gia Carangi), she made some serious strides during her time in the industry, especially as a brown-eyed brunette whose look wasn’t mainstream enough for most agencies at the time.
Dickinson went on to establish her own modeling agency, which was documented on her reality show, The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency. She also made other TV appearances and released three books. Of course, those successes didn’t come without failures—including three divorces and substance abuse issues, which she is honest about in her writing. She’s also a breast cancer survivor—she was diagnosed in 2016.
Now, at 67, she’s entering a new era. And we can’t wait to see what’s next.
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