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Friday, November 19, 2010

America's Next Top Model - Franca Sozzani review

Since the last episode, we have liked nearly all the girls. There really wasn’t one for us to root for to go home. We are still struggling to like Ann. Charisma goes a long way when you’re on TV, Ann. That said, all four finalists were being annoying jerks in the beginning. They showed their books to the editor of Vogue Italia. She was pretty cold to the girls, but at least she was a little better than that Versace guy who talked about the girls like they were pieces of clothing. The show keeps browbeating these girls for having no personality, but the people hiring them have less personality than Ann. Why would you want to model for these snoots at all? Why would you want to spend your life around these people? They make Tyra look like a warm creature of fun.

The elimination was finally intense. We couldn’t have guessed who was going home. Ok, we knew Jane was going home, but Kayla was a surprise. We moaned, because she was our favorite. None of the girls deserved to go home this week. Even Jane was really good. Why did they continue the tradition of dropping TWO before the finale, when all four were so worthy? One of them could have used more time. Chelsey has been a dark horse for us during this season. Who would have guessed that she would be in the top two in the beginning of the season? We wanted Kayla and Chelsey in the top two, but it looks like the judges are into Ann. Sadly for Ann, the last challenge usually involves walking, and Chelsey’s is better. Happily for Ann, it looks like a lock for her anyway. If the judges haven’t booted her for being a whiney wallflower yet, it looks like they are into her. Oh and regarding Tyra’s directorial debut: Dreckitude.


  1. Two things: 1) What WAS that?? I'm sorry, but a "motion editorial"? I'm calling shenanigans. I don't remember the last time I was laughing so hard while feeling physically unsettled (probably while watching "Sister Wives", actually). It was like a parody of a perfume ad. I think the worst was when they had to seductively whisper their names. So funny. Dreckitude is right.

    2) I can't put my finger on the reason, but I really dislike Chelsey. During all of her confessionals, I want to punch her in the face. I'm on Team Awkward Annie for this one.

  2. Yeah, if motion editorials are going to be the new thing, they need to die an early death. A lot of people don't like the ambitious model thing. That's why a lot of people didn't like Melrose. Chelsey is like a toned-downed, less of a jer version of Melrose. We'd rather see the girl who wants it and comes across as a know-it-all than a girl who doesn't like herself get it. Ann is just so pathetic. But they can't build her up this much to crush her now. We would bet money on the Ann victory.