The "first supermodel ever" is taking her talents to TikTok.
Model Janice Dickinson, 67, participated in the "pose" video trend and recreated some of her famous photoshoots on the social media platform on Saturday. Dickinson started the TikTok with a nod to her runway days, writing, "POV: You were the first supermodel ever."
In it, she can be seen replicating her facial expressions from October 1978 and March 1979 British Vogue covers, respectively, in addition to other magazine spreads.
Dickinson was one of the most successful models of the '70s and '80s, regularly appearing on the covers of legacy fashion publications.
Fans loved the fun video, which has racked up over two million views and counting.
"Janice is in her comeback era and I'm here for it," wrote one user.
"Still stunning. So inspired," shared another.
"Teach me your ways," wrote another follower.
In an interview with CNN in 2007, Dickinson told Glenn Beck she coined the term supermodel.
"I was the world's first supermodel, having coined the term in 1979," Dickinson said at the time. "I'm in the dictionary. Yes, that's me," she said.
According to Merriam-Webster, the first known use of "supermodel" was in 1948, seven years Dickinson was even born.
Still, Dickinson is making her legacy known. She recently released a single entitled "I Coined It" in June, which boasts lyrics that include, "I'm the original supermodel."
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