Yolanda Hadid To Return To Television

Yolanda Hadid may have left The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but it was announced on Tuesday that she will star in a new unscripted project on Lifetime, tentatively titled Model Moms, Deadline is reporting.

Yolanda will coach and mentor young models and teach them how to succeed in the business. It’s clear she knows what she’s talking about having been a model herself, and later having raised three models as well. Additional details about when the show will premiere have yet to be announced.

When The Daily Dish caught up with Hadid last October, she revealed she had a lot going on post-RHOBH. “You know I’ve been really focusing on my family, my children, writing my book [Believe Me: My Battle with the Invisible Disability of Lyme Disease], and for now that’s what I like to keep busy with,” she shared at the time. “You know, I’m sure they’re going to have a great season. It was a great four years, it’s now time to focus on finding a cure [for Lyme disease].”

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  • Rain

    LOVE YO ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  • melodie Phillips

    Please don’t it’s been just fine without her. She is a narcissit, elitist, elitist bitch. Go away Yolanda needs to just stay where she is in her bed sleeping and writing a book that no one is going to read.

    • Jodi Limes

      The Abby Lee Miller of Modeling…fabulous. (Not so much)

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  • Starr

    Wish I did care for Yolanda, but I still wish her all the best. It’s great she’s finally focusing on something other than herself & her one man pity party.

  • barbara

    I wish her the best. I had hoped she would come back to the Housewives series, but oh well. Love her!

  • Deborah Brenner

    That will be a yawn. I think Top Model has pretty much covered the how-to of modeling in 14 years, and I doubt Yolanda’s low energy contribution will add anything to that.

    • There were 21 seasons of Top Model, though after 17, which was the All Stars the Jays were gone and it was stupid. The first 12 are free on Amazon Prime, and then I got the rest when I was laid up. 17 was a really good season. Haven’t seen you in a while, a lot of posters went away for a time. I hope you are back.

  • Cin

    Maybe they can pick up ”younger” viewers for this show.. but us mature folks are not interested in the modeling industry. Wishing Yolanda success.

  • Daisy

    Love Yo. Good luck on her new show

  • missroxmiss

    Thank you Health issues appreciate the shout out YoYo has been moved to another NBC station hoping Bravo folks and lifetime people are too stupid 2 put 2 and 2 together Fake woman can Not stand her

  • Not a Housewife & Neither RU

    The delegation has voted Dorito out and Yolanda back in!

    • Jodi Limes

      They are not on the same Franchise.

      • Daisy

        Yolanda was on BH now Dorito is. How is that not the same

  • I thought I said a hello, and glad you are better, Yolanda, here. Congrats, honey. Maybe it was another page. I hope she is recovered all the way. If she is helping Mom’s and Dad’s to watch out for their kids in the industry, then they are a lucky group. If anyone knows how to get into that place and keep your kids safe, it’s her. I wasn’t a fan, but I am a fan of health and happiness to all.