‘How to be a supermodel: ‘I’m a mother of two, and I have no problems getting it done’

‘How To Be A Supermodel’ is an upcoming TV series, produced by Disney Channel, that follows the lives of two women who are both models.

The series, based on the book by Gail Collins, tells the stories of these women as they go from success to failure, but also their families, their relationships, and their aspirations.

It will be released on Disney Channel this fall.

Here are some of the highlights of what to expect: 1.

Papa John’s Number: In this new episode, the two women take a trip to the Dominican Republic to meet papa John, the founder of Disney Channel.

They meet up with a group of friends and Papa shows them the place he lives in a small, modest house.

After that, Papa reveals that he has no problems having his daughter in the house.

The show’s creators, Paul H. Jacobs and Michelle Zauner, said that they wanted to tell the stories in a way that was authentic to their families and to the women’s lives.


“What I like about papa is that he’s very private, very reserved.

He doesn’t have a TV show, but he’s always looking out for us.

And that’s what I like.”

-Gail Collins 3.

“I’m not a super model.

I’m a mom of two.”

-Papa John 4.

“He’s an entrepreneur.

He’s the boss of the family.

He just happens to be the biggest guy in the world.”

-Michelle Zauners 5.

“You know, we were lucky enough to get a couple of offers that didn’t seem that crazy at first, but they were really exciting.

And we thought, ‘Wow, that’s pretty cool.’

We’re excited about it.”

-Paul H. Jacobson 6.

“They were going to make a movie, and they’d already filmed the pilot, but we were like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe this.’

I mean, you’re in the middle of a hurricane and you’re doing this?

It’s pretty amazing.”

-Evelyn M. Robinson 7.

“When they found out we had been working with papa for a long time, they said, ‘Hey, I want to see what you do.’

They were like ‘Oh, I’ll just give you this.’

And I said, “Wow, you know, I don’t know what I’m going to do.

But I’m not going to be like, “You’re going to work on this?”

-Jodi Lynn McElroy 8. “

Yeah, sure, we’ll do that.”

-Jodi Lynn McElroy 8.

“Papa has always been like, I think, like the most humble person I’ve ever met.

He really appreciates the time that we spend with each other, the fact that we’re all in the same room together, that we don’t have to go anywhere, and he just wants to spend time with us.”

-Sue Sussman 9.

“His family has been so supportive.

They’re so supportive, and we’ve just been there and done that, and that’s really nice.”

-Christina Garcia, co-executive producer, ‘How’ series 10.

“We are so grateful that our families have supported us, because we are the ones that have been working on the show.

It’s really been a dream come true for us.”


“In addition to being a mom and a dad, he’s been my rock.

He has always loved to sing and dance.

He is very supportive of our children.

He always looks out for them.

We are blessed.”

-Nicole Jost, co, executive producer ‘How,’ series 12.

“The first time I met him, he was sitting at his kitchen table.

And I just remember thinking, ‘I think we’re going into the house for dinner tonight.’

And then he was like, [mimes] ‘Okay, that sounds good.’

I was like ‘Really?

I don´t know what’s going on.’

He said, [laughs], ‘You’re so brave.’

And we were just like, OK, we’re in, and now we’re gonna have dinner.

So it’s really cool to be around these two.”


“To get into this world, you have to be prepared.

You have to have all the tools you need to be successful.

But also, you also have to work hard.

And it’s not always easy to find the right balance.

So I think the one thing we try to do is make it feel like there’s always someone out there who’s gonna be there to support you and be there for you.

And the show will have a lot of people who are there for the people who really need it, but who are willing to sacrifice a little bit of