“Real Housewives” Paul Wharton is finally opening up about a reality show he’s landed after his hilarious debut on the canceled Bravo franchise. Wharton has now landed his own reality gig called “Model Intervention,” which debuts this fall.
“The show is about me stepping in to help struggling models that have been trying to make it in the industry and haven’t gotten anywhere,” he told the Washington Examiner. “I’m not trying to knock Tyra [Banks], but her show is on its 17th cycle and they’re still selling the dream of becoming ‘America’s Next Top Model’ but where are they? I don’t see the winners anywhere.”
Wharton recently hosted the Macy’s “Cherry Blossom Fashion Show” as well as worked the runway in this year’s “Fashion for Paws” that benefits the Washington Humane Society’s animal shelter.