Quick, get the nail file out! A new generation of catwalk scraps is about to erupt after 'next big thing' and new face of Burberry, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, slammed her predecessor, Agyness Deyn, for snubbing her.
Last month it was revealed how young star Rosie, 21, toppled her former friend's reign as the face of Burberry after just one season. Insiders revealed Deyn 'the new Kate Moss' was replaced because she had over exposed herself with publicity. Now Rosie is showing little sympathy for her former elfin friend, who she says blanked her for six months when she first hit the headlines.
'Agyness was really sweet and we used to hang out all the time. But when she became big she dropped me.'
'I tried being her friend and texted her repeatedly for six months but she never replied so I just gave up. So good luck to her. I haven't seen her', she told Metro at a party this week.
The Devon beauty, also a D& G underwear model says she's already shot the new season for Burberry. 'It was really cool and very exciting to do. That was a big thing.' She confirmed the whispers that Deyn, 26, had out done herself by over publicising her image, saying, 'Personally I think Agy's look is a one-off season look but she has been so publicised and has such a big profile she'll probably make it in the long term now, I guess.'
The brunette then played down her own hype as the next big thing, saying 'I don't even know that would means.'
'Right now I am just happy focusing on my projects and campaigns. But I am up for anything', she says.