Finding herself in need of treatment, Naomi Campbell has been admitted to a hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for the removal of a small cyst.
The British supermodel's London representative told press: "Naomi Campbell was admitted to hospital [Monday night] to have a small cyst removed. Following the successful procedure, she is now resting and is looking forward to getting back to work. She would like to thank he doctors who have kindly looked after her."
If you happened to be hanging out in Madrid, Spain on Thursday, you may have noticed things became a bit more beautiful than normal. That’s because some of the world’s most gorgeous women were in town.
Naomi Campbell, Gemma Ward and Elle Macpherson were among the beauties on hand for the 5th annual Marie Claire magazine awards ceremony. And top shelf fashion was par for the course.
After making a spectacular return to the catwalk this past Thursday night in aid of her own charity, Fashion for Relief, British supermodel Naomi Campbell put in a surprise appearance on the first day of the Milan "Ready-To-Wear" fashion shows.
Wearing an emerald-sequined swimsuit, Naomi took to the catwalk to the tune of "It Began in Africa", by The Chemical Brothers, which kicked off the collection by Alessandra and Francesca Piacentini.
Naomi Campbell is no stranger to emotional outbursts caught on camera. In her latest public episode, the supermodel lashed out at rocker Pete Doherty for the way he treated friend and fellow international supermodel Kate Moss.
Speaking at the launch of Fashion for Relief, a charity fashion show created to raise money for British flood victims, Naomi took the opportunity to share her feelings with the audience, whether they wanted to hear her thoughts or not.
In a star studded event, Nelson Mandela was recently honored at a high profile charity ball held in his name in Monaco. Mandela was personally welcomed by Price Albert, who gave a speech praising the man affectionately known as Madiba for his tireless fight against poverty, AIDS and crime.
Joining Prince Albert in honoring Mandela were celebrities from across the globe, with a quick snapshot including: Bono from U2, supermodels Naomi Campbell, Petra Nemcova, and Victoria Silvstedt, and US actor Morgan Freeman.
Naomi Campbell has turned in her mop and is back to her diva-like lifestyle. The British supermodel was released from a NYC garbage truck garage after completing five days of community service for assaulting her cleaning lady.
Campbell was spotted high-tailing it out of the Department of Sanitation Facility in Manhattan, just seconds after a garbage truck made its way through the area.