Though she loves "Hannah Montana," Cindy Crawford bans her daughter from watching it because it teaches her "to be sassy."
Supermodel Cindy Crawford openly reveals she has banned her daughter, Kaya Jordan Gerber, from watching "Hannah Montana," claiming the hit TV series to have taught the 7-year-old girl "to be sassy." About that she explains, "I love Hannah Montana, but she (daughter) learns to be sassy from that show. I'll say to her, 'I don't let anyone talk to me like that. I'll certainly not take it from a seven year old in my own house.'"
Disney's "Hannah Montana" is a musical sitcom series which is famous among teenagers. It stars Miley Cyrus as the main character who lives a double life as an average teenage school girl named Miley Stewart by day and a famous pop singer named Hannah Montana by night, concealing her real identity from the public, other than her close friends and family.
Aside from her modeling career, Cindy Crawford is a mother of two children; son Presley Walker Gerber and daughter Kaya Jordan Gerber, both of whom she has with her club owner husband Rande Gerber. Before marrying Rande, she was married to actor Richard Gere from 1991 to 1995.
Opening up about her early modeling career, Cindy admitted she used to be bullied at school by classmates who were jealous of her skyrocketing career. "I was introduced to the local photographer who took some cheesy test shots of me. Some girls at school found out, called me and said they were from a local store in our town, saying they wanted me to model for them. I showed up for the interview, and the woman there said she knew nothing about it," so she recalled. "I was so humiliated and I walked out and saw four girls from high school pointing and laughing."