The robust sound of laughter you hear is coming from executives at some of New York City’s top modeling agencies as the sound off on Levi Johnston’s aspirations to become a male model.

The father of Gov. Sarah Palin’s infant grandson has made a career out of airing the family’s dirty laundry on the talk show circuit for weeks, but young Levi is hoping to use his dashing good looks (Insert Eye-Roll) to become the Tyson Beckford.

Vanity Fair surveyed a few agencies to find whether or not the teen father and self-professed “redneck” has the goods to strut down the catwalk, and so far the 18-year-old’s chances look particularly bleak.

“No. If you hear him interviewed, he’s not that bright. Even if he were amazing looking, he still comes off as a bit of a lug. Doesn’t have the elegance,” said Elaine Bohary, director of the New York men’s division at Next Models told VF.

Stephanie Grill, director of Click’s men’s board, had a similar sentiment, telling Vanity Fair, “We didn’t reach out to him. I guess he’s interested, but we weren’t.”

Sorry Levi, but they’re just not that into you.

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Find Out What Other Top Modeling Agencies Have To Say About Levi Johnston @ VanityFair.com