Jourdan Dunn Will Host a Cooking Show on Jay-Z's New YouTube Channel

Jay-Z's lifestyle website Life + Times is launching video series and (perhaps taking a cue from Fashionista?) one of them will be a cooking show starring a supermodel. The rapper tapped Brit beauty Jourdan Dunn for one of three new shows set to launch on a new Life + Times YouTube channel as an official partnership with the Google-owned platform, reports Rolling Stone (via Vogue UK). The show will be called, perfectly, Well Dunn With Jourdan Dunn.
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Jay-Z's lifestyle website Life + Times is launching video series and (perhaps taking a cue from Fashionista?) one of them will be a cooking show starring a supermodel. The rapper tapped Brit beauty Jourdan Dunn for one of three new shows set to launch on a new Life + Times YouTube channel as an official partnership with the Google-owned platform, reports Rolling Stone (via Vogue UK). The show will be called, perfectly, Well Dunn With Jourdan Dunn.
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Jay-Z's lifestyle website Life + Times is launching video series and (perhaps taking a cue from Fashionista?) one of them will be a cooking show starring a supermodel.

The rapper tapped Brit beauty Jourdan Dunn for one of three new shows set to launch on a new Life + Times YouTube channel as an official partnership with the Google-owned platform, reports Rolling Stone (via Vogue UK). The show will be called, perfectly, Well Dunn With Jourdan Dunn.

Though we have no knowledge of Dunn's cooking skills (she recently Tweeted about her success in making the perfect boiled egg) and she may be the thinnest cooking show host ever, the new gig comes as no surprise considering she's about the only model left without some sort of TV hosting gig. With her peers on shows like House of Style and The Face, it was only a matter of time before Dunn found a televised spotlight of her own. Plus, we know first hand that she's got loads of personality and has no qualms about talking to strangers about her nipples. We think that bodes well for her as a TV host.

It may have started with Twitter, but it certainly seems like TV is the next frontier for models to put their personalities on display. And we couldn't be more excited about it.