When pressed about whether TV is his next frontier, zee laughed and vowed to “never say never.”
zee admits his addiction to Twitter, where he has about 63,000 followers.
zee also styled memorable ads for Gap, including one featuring Madonna and Missy Elliott.
"I wish I could have saved her," said the man in an hour-long interview with the zee News television channel.
Asked what three items he still had to have in his suitcase, zee said: “The boots, the puffer jacket, and a pair of solid jeans.”
Oh, yes, I am clever, and eet kills me with laughing to zee you stand there like a school teacher.
You zee, dead men kip their saicrets well; livin' ones do'ant.
And if you like to goo so far as a ten-pun' note upon him, I'll zee that a'doth his best wi'un.
It was zee paddle he try for, an' he get it zee second shot.
Weezout doubt, rejoined old Joe, with a shrug of his shoulders, but for dat we moost watch all zee time.
"the letter Z," 1670s, now more common in American English.
Some sleep; a nap: If he wants a few zees we can go on automatic
To sleep; snooze; cop zs: Gotta Z a little while
[1960s+; fr the conventional sibilant or buzzing sound attributed to a sleeping or snoring person]