Melbourne (ANI): Lara Bingle has apparently given up her dream of becoming a supermodel and instead planned to chase a career in reality shows, it has emerged. The beauty"s manager Max Markson is reportedly approaching TV networks and gossip magazines with "Bingle package" at a price of 1 million dollars. Fashion insiders believe Bingle is trying to revamp her career because she's "too short" and "too controversial" to make it as a successful model.
According to the Sunday Telegraph, an e-mail sent by Markson to the production houses and magazines offers Bingle as a brand ambassador to feature in billboard, television and editorials. The email says: "The network, or its nominated production company, (would be) provided exclusive access to Lara''s day-to-day life to be used for a possible reality television series."
Also, Markson has confirmed that he had approached 'Seven" and its affiliate 'Pacific Publications" and 'Nine" and its affiliate 'ACP". The deal is hinted to have gone through as the magazine published a leaked naked image of Bingle in a shower on the very day.Priscilla Leighton-Clarke, the agent who got Bingle the 2006 'So Where The Bloody Hell Are You? tourism campaign" said there is no chance of Bingle becoming a top model anymore.
"Lara as a fashion model was never (going to happen). Even though she was a beautiful girl, she''s too short," News.com.au quoted her, as saying. She added: "You know if you don''t want notoriety in this town, you have to be very quiet. I just think you reap what you sow."