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Gigi Hadid convinced Zayn Malik has a future in modelling

Published 11/04/2016

Gigi Hadid
Gigi Hadid

The beauty also dismisses rumours suggesting she's set to co-host the new incarnation of America's Next Top Model.

Gigi Hadid is convinced her boyfriend Zayn Malik has the potential to become a top model after working together for their new Vogue shoot.

The young couple flaunts its budding romance in the pages of the iconic fashion magazine's May (16) issue, and runway regular Gigi believes her beau could have a future on the catwalk.

"He is a very good model. He's so naturally good looking," she gushed to E! News. "The problem is he can do anything, he can change his hair colour a million times and looks great. He doesn't need much help."

The sexy Vogue snaps were taken while the stars enjoyed a recent sunny vacation in Europe, and Gigi, 20, had a blast posing alongside the former One Direction singer.

"I wish I could be on set with him every day," she smiled. "It doesn't feel like work when he's there. It was really fun. We had the best time. It was an adventure to go where we shot it."

Gigi and Zayn have previously displayed their love on camera for the 23-year-old's Pillowtalk music video, in which they played lovers.

"It was fun for us," the model recalled. "We just started dating. It's cute to look back. We were into each other and flirting the whole day."

But she is doubtful about repeating the idea for a future promo: "Not sure about another. We got one done. I think it's important for artists to change creativity throughout each music video. Maybe in a couple of years."

Meanwhile, Gigi is focusing on her modelling career and she insists speculation suggesting she'll be joining revamped U.S. reality show America's Next Top Model as a co-host are false.

"I heard the rumor as well. It's not in the works," she stated, before leaving the door open for such an opportunity. "(I've) always been a fan since I was a kid. We'll see."

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