Anderson Cooper had models Coco Rocha and Carré Otis as guests on his daytime show Anderson today, and they talked about two of the hot-button topics in modeling right now: size and age. Coco was actually turned down for a job about a year ago for being "too big." She told Cooper that now she's "too small." She also was scouted at age 14 and lived in New York at age 16; she and Otis both agree that models are too young to handle the pressures of the industry. Watch for some interesting commentary--including Cooper asking why the heck magazines feature young, tiny girls when American women come in all sizes. Good question.