Janice Dickinson creating modeling agency reality series for Oxygen

After being fired from America’s Next Top Model and nearly stabbing Omarosa on The Surreal Life, acerbic skeleton Janice Dickinson is creating her own modeling-related reality series.

The untitled series focuses “on her efforts to establish her own modeling agency” and “will follow Dickinson as she works to start a modeling business. She’s in the middle of recruiting her first clients,” Variety reports.

The show will debut next year on Oxygen.

Oxygen models reality show [Variety]

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