Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell And Rosie Huntington Whiteley To Star In The Olympic Closing Ceremony?

Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell And Rosie Huntington Whiteley To Star In The Olympic Closing Ceremony?

Will Rosie, Kate and Naomi be the real champions of the Olympic Games 2012?!

Have you heard the latest Olympic rumour? This one’s fashion related, so don’t click away! Naturally, one would assume that some famous dance troupe or opera sensation would take centre stage at the closing ceremony of the 2012 games, but word according to Coco Perez is that three of Britain’s top supermodels will in fact be claiming a place under that spotlight. Revered supermodel sirens Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss will be joined by the latest international hottie-on-the-block, Rosie Huntington Whiteley. It’s like all our Christmases could arrive at once… and nice and early in August!

So what are the "known" facts? Well, apparently the beauties will be flying the flag for UK fashion designers and donning Great British wonderment from the likes of Vivienne Westwood and Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. What those look like or what they’ll actually do in said garments is still underwraps… But that doesn’t stop us from having a good ol’ guess. Theories around the Grazia office today vary from a catwalk complete with hurdles, sandpit and starting blocks, to a hologram performance that could (try and) rival the famously magical McQueen/Moss moment of autumn/winter’06. Will the Olympic torch get involved? Will David Beckham take to the runway with the trio? Will someone try and force them to wear lots of lycra? Could the girls perform a little song and dance? We all know Naomi’s popstar past and La Mossy’s pole dancing abilities after all… Thoughts on a postcard please!



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