Supermodel Naomi Campbell keeps a "boundary" from colleagues while working on reality TV show The Face but goes out of her way to be "nice" to crew members who can make her look good on camera.
The British star holds a long-running reputation as a diva, with numerous reports of tantrums and outlandish demands at catwalk shows and in her private life, but Campbell is adamant she does not treat others unfairly.
However, she has now confessed she is careful not to get too close to colleagues while shooting the TV model-searching show - unless they can be of use to her.
Campbell tells U.K. talk show host Graham Norton, "I am thick skinned and I don't read newspapers but I am not a diva... I keep a boundary because there is work to do so when I am modelling or executive producing I don't speak to anyone. I say 'hello' and I am nice to the lighting and sound guys because I know they can mess me up."