Naomi Campbell Appears in 'Zoolander 2': Derek Zoolander Gets Big Vogue Cover [VIDEO]

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 18, 2016 1:40 AM EST
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IN PHOTO: British model Naomi Campbell presents a creation during the Fashion for Relief charity catwalk show ahead of London Fashion Week in London February 19, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/Toby Melville)

It has been known that the upcoming "Zoolander 2" will feature a number of stars and models with the latest addition, none other than, Naomi Campbell herself. In the latest trailer, the 45-year-old iconic star appeared like a goddess counterpart, Ben Stiller.

According to Harper's Bazaar, the teaser revealed the Zoolander No. 2, a fragrance inspired by Chanel's No. 5. The supermodel was seen as a woodland fairy pouring a bucket of milk over her head.

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Of course, the 50-year-old actor showed up as half a centaur, a half-man-half-horse, looking out for the actress. Also, Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig were spotted sharing a different kind of kiss.

Meanwhile, the hottest and most famous male catwalker in the modeling world landed a very prestigious cover with Vogue magazine, PeopleStyle reported. The comedian posed alongside his leading lady, Penelope Cruz.

The 41-year-old Spanish actress played the role of a photographer, who was trying to capture Stiller's fiercest images. In the spread, the duo was originally photographed by Annie Leibovitz as they showed the glamorous life of being Zoolander.

Cruz and Stiller recreated iconic fashion shoots as they were snapped arriving on the set while the wife of Javier Bardem was riding a motorbike. The filmmaker was wearing a creation by designer Alexander Wang in the photo with Victoria's Secret Angels, Gigi Hadid, Jourdan Dunn and Joan Smalls.

"It wasn't like a slam-dunk movie idea. For the most part, we were on our own-both in the fashion world and with the studio, too. They were just like, 'We don't quite know what this is,'" Stiller said when he was remembering the test screening in New Jersey. "They were just like, 'Oh, OK.' Honestly, that's what it was like when the movie came out, too. Same thing, 'Oh, OK.'"

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