"They stole my pants": Australia"s Next Top Model
"They stole my pants": Australia"s Next Top Model judge Didier Cohen reveals the cheeky contenders are pinching his clothes The ninth series of Australia"s Next Top Model is set to be an explosive one as tension between the contenders hit an all-time high. when underwear starts going missing on set.
But it"s not just the aspiring models who have had to deal with their lingerie suddenly disappearing as judge Didier Cohen believes one of the girls have been nabbing his clothes on the sly. Speaking on the The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Tuesday, he said: "They stole my pants. My pants got stolen on set. I went to the girls" house, got changed and they stole my pants." But then Kyle Sandilands went on to add that tracksuit bottoms are the most embarrassing to have stolen as they are more than likely "stained to the max" due to the lack of washes they undergo. "Oh the trackies, they"re the worst because you don"t wash them all that often." The competition is set to feature plenty of tantrums and cat-fights as contestant Alex Sinadinovic, 19, admitted she let loose on her fellow wannabee models when her knickers were snatched. Speaking to the Daily Telegraph newspaper, she said: "There have been a few controversies. A few of my undies went missing so that didnt end well." But when asked about the lingerie thief on the radio station, Didier - who appeared on the show with co-judge Cheyenne Tozzi - said he knew nothing about other people"s undies going missing. The modelling show is set to hit screens this week and will see appearances from guest judges Kelly Osbourne, Tyra Banks, Kim Kardashian West and Jean Paul Gaultier throughout the series. The handsome DJ sparked rumours he was dating the former Fashion Police star, 30, at the end of last year but told the Daily Mail Australia in November that their relationship is purely platonic. He said: "We have chemistry because we"ve been friends for eight years".