Naomi Campbell is all for giving a bit of supermodel advice.
ET's Leanne Aguilera caught up with the 46-year-old model at the Television Critics Association press day for Fox in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where she opened up about "embracing" the new generation of supermodels like Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid.
"I embrace newcomers," she shared, "and I always will."
"If they want me to teach them how to walk, and I have the time, I'll do it," she added.
Campbell was at Wednesday's event to promote her new show, Star, with Lee Daniels, where the director revealed that Campbell has other talents besides stomping it out on the runway.
"She told me she started out as a dancer, so very possibly [we could see her dancing on the show]," Daniels said.
"I did ask recently [for a dance number]," Campbell confessed. "I started dancing when I was three."
But as for her transition from modeling to acting, the supermodel couldn't be happier.
"I can only thank Lee. Thank you so much," she said, turning to the producer.
Star airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.
In addition to Campbell expressing her willingness to show Jenner and Hadid a thing or two on the runway, Tyra Banks also recently spoke out in defense of the young models.
"You're on countless covers, rule all the campaigns, walk everyone's runway, have top designers on speed dial and everyone knows your name," she wrote. "I think the answer [to whether you're a supermodel] is obvious."