No 2 days are the same at the London School of modelling, there is always a drama!
City Of London, London (PRWEB UK) 12 December 2012
The London School of Modelling has been experiencing all the glitz and glamour of being television stars thanks to the continued success of the ITV2 show "Models, Misfits & Mayhem," which focuses on life at the establishment. The show has been described by the Radio Times as "Immense Fun."
Viewers have been enthralled by the antics of the many characters that tread the boards at the School, from ditzy Tony arriving dressed in a wedding dress for no apparent reason, to fashion designer Anoosh and his idea to attach a sheep's head to a sewing matching for a surreal photoshoot. Presiding over all the fun and games is principal Debbie King, keeping a watchful eye over the fifteen new recruits getting put through their paces.
London School of Modelling remembers the experience of filming the show very fondly. A spokesperson for the School said: "It was really challenging because often students go through emotional journeys during their time at LSM and having a camera crew in your face as this is happening doesn't make it any easier."
Life at the School can often be hectic, but always fun, as viewers experienced for themselves.
"No 2 days are the same at the London School of modelling, there is always a drama!" the Spokesperson said.
"We have new intakes of students, each with their own fabulous stories, and we get many diva strops from the creative departments in the school. This gave us the idea to film a fly on the wall documentary about LSM and the ins and outs of the modelling school. Not only this, but it gives the viewer an opportunity to delve into the lives of would be models and watch as they grow and learn and hopefully become successful models."
Narrated by Roger-LLoyd Pack, famous for playing the role of 'Trigger' in the BBC sitcom 'Only Fools and Horses', the show aired on Tuesday nights at 10pm on ITV2. The first episode saw the students receive tips on model etiquette from the School's resident 'catwalk professor' Mr Fierce, take part part in a naked photo-shoot which caused many tears and much drama, and viewers saw the hair and make-up team walk out in frustration.
Throughout the show fans also witnessed Principal Debbie King helping and instructing the girls as much as she could. Speaking about her role at the School, she says: "I put my heart and soul into running my school it’s like my second child, but I take no nonsense and tell it like it is. If someone's being a bit of a Diva I won't tolerate it. Oh... and I like matching my outfits to my coffee mug!"
The big question on fans lips however is whether they will once again be able to take a sneaky peak behind the hallowed doors of the London School of Modelling. The good news is that the school is currently in talks with television executives about the possibility of more shows centred around the mischief and antics, highs and lows of life for those making their first steps into the world of professional modelling. Watch this space!
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