British supermodel Naomi Campbell halted an interview and ejected the journalist from the room after taking offence to a question about her personal life. The catwalk beauty sat down for a chat with a reporter from Britain's Radio Times magazine to promote her new modelling reality TV show The Face, but she cut the interview short when she was asked a question which strayed from the list of agreed topics. Journalist Kirsty Lang claims her half-hour slot was terminated by the star after just 17 minutes when she asked about Campbell's ex-boyfriend, Vladimir Doronin. She writes, "Before I get half the question out of my mouth, she cuts me short by holding out her hand like a policewoman stopping traffic. The two PR (public relations) men sitting in the corner jump up and start to usher me out... My audience is over." A post on the Radio Times website brands the interview "tricky", adding, "Despite being handed a half-hour slot with the famously quick-tempered supermodel, our interviewer was bundled out 17 minutes in for attempting to ask an awkward question."