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Anyway, Victoria’s attachment to her mother appears to be alarmingly unhealthy. I guess her body hasn’t had a sexual awakening yet, or she would not be saying that her mother can fulfill all her relationship needs.
Later in the evening, the girls have been banished to the pink room. Suddenly they hear loud noises coming from downstairs. They all race down to see what’s going on. Victoria tells us that since she’s a Georgia girl, she thought this was an earthquake. And with that, the real opening segment of the show starts.
It’s a good thing Tyra went to business school, because when I watched this opener, all I could think was “where did the money go?” I’m guessing her new education helped her manage a significantly reduced budget. The segment is once again filled with frantic cuts that makes you unable to get a real feel for any images. The girls are draped in ripped clothing that appear to have hand written messages pertaining to social media on them. Things like “I’m trending” and “Friend me.”
It isn’t very good, but maybe this was a shorter version because of the brutal seizure inducing flashy thing at the beginning of the show. Maybe next week there will be a longer version that will be much more palatable. But the thing I found most stunning was when Tyra did this:
Back to our show, the loud noise turns out to be a fraternity stomping. The girls love the show and although I couldn’t hear the message the men were saying, it had something to do with introducing Rob the Rock.
To be clear, there seems to have been some confusion that maybe I thought this guy was hot. I do not. When I refer to him as hot, I am speaking from Tyra’s point of view. And apparently half the women in America, if the tweets are to be believed. But I myself find him to be as interesting as a slab of granite.
Rob tells the girls they need to put on their best dresses and make-up because he’s taking them out to Hollywood.
As they walk into the bar, they are treated to an aerial routine by none other than their new movement mentor, Jonte.
Jonte comes down and tells the girls that the key to being a successful performer is to show your true personality. He says it is important for them to be able to connect with an audience, since they are being voted by the public. Then Robrock whips out the golden Tyra Suite key and the girls start screaming like baby birds waiting for a worm.