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The Face' Season 2 premiere preview: Nigel Barker needs the modeltestants to tap into their inner mannequin

brightcove.createExperiences();When "The Face" returns to Oxygen for Season 2 on Wednesday (March 5), host Nigel Barker and model coaches Naomi Campbell, Lydia Hearst and Anne V are ready to put the new crop of aspiring models through their paces.To start their quest towards the grand prize of being a spokesmodel for Frederic Fekkai, the modeltestants will have to channel their inner mannequin. In the clip above, from the premiere, Barker explains to the girls that they'll be planning a window display for Juicy Couture. The only catch? They're the ones who'll be standing in the window.Check out the clip and be sure to tune in to the Season 2 premiere of "The Face" on Wednesday, March 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Oxygen.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/the-face-season-2-premiere-preview-nigel-barker-needs-the-modeltestants-to-tap-into-their-inner-mann.html

'The Face' Season 2 premiere: 'Nothing is truly personal'

The aspiring models realize the competition will be intense when they find themselves parading about in their underwear in the middle of Manhattan.On the opening episode of the second season of Oxygen's "The Face," airing Wednesday, March 5, aspiring contestants strut down a catwalk in Bryant Park wearing black bras and panties while model coaches -- Naomi Campbell, Lydia Hearst and Anne V --select hopefuls for their teams."There is a lot that you try to teach these girls in a very limited amount of time," Hearst tells Zap2it. "I want them to understand it is a very difficult and fickle industry, and you have to be willing to grow and challenge yourself and step outside your comfort zone. Nothing is truly personal. You have to have thick skin. You have to be willing to change your hair color."Related: Meet 'The Face' Season 2 modeltestantsHearst and her co-coaches teach the tricks of the trade while... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/the-face-season-2-premiere-nothing-is-truly-personal.html