Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Exits Project Runway All Stars: One Day She’s In, and the Next Day She’s Out
Don’t mention the name “Rosie Huntington-Whiteley” to anyone on the production team for Project Runway All Stars.
The leggy supermodel (aren’t they all?) supposedly signed to host the second cycle of Lifetime’s contest for Runway alumni, but, according to the New York Post’s Page Six, she bailed just days before filming was to begin despite having lobbied hard to replace Angela Lindvall, who hosted the first season.
What could possibly have led her to do such a thing? A role in Mad Max: Fury Road. But Rosie’s not the world’s only pretty face. After much backstage sturm und drang involving agents, producers, and lots of other models, Carolyn Murphy is the host of the show.