Since when did it become ‘I’m from Ivy’ instead of ‘I’m from Ivy League’? Seems like pretentious lingo. While she is allowed to be stuck up about the fact that she is hands down smarter than everyone else, she’s not the prettiest, nor is she all that. Also, being more mature does not give you a pass on slipping on a catwalk slick with booze. The other girls handled it, so buck up!
Here’s a case in point. Yvonne takes the strutting to a whole new level.
This season the vajayjay flash is in.
Robrock and Jonte love Yvonne’s creativity. Also it is similar to the pelvic thrust Tyra illustrated in the opening segment, so clearly this move will make Yvonne the winner. I’m beginning to wonder what the point of this challenge really is…
Allyssa goes next and informs us that although she embraces her Brazillian heritage, her mother didn’t teach her to lift a skirt, so she won’t be taking the low road on this challenge. Which means, as much as I love my girl, her walk was boring.
Victoria is next and she informs us that her performance was ground breaking because she infused a lot of her personality into the walk. Since she has already admitted she is a fifty year old trapped in a girl’s body, she’s right, she did infuse her personality.
But no one wants to see the Chattanooga Choo Choo.
The girls have all finished and Jonte tells them all it was amazing. Then he says he has some feedback. For sweetheart he suggests she infuse a little more personality. Then he tells sweetheart that her booty shake might turn him straight. Sweetheart is so gorgeous but she can’t be pulling on her skirt. And sweetheart, he loves your free style.
Learn their f*&^ing names, Jonte!
In his defense, Rob probably couldn’t remember them either.
Rob flares his nostrils (which is the only way he can talk) and reminds the girls that at stake is ten thousand dollars of a dangling carrot they will likely never get. Also, the key to the Tyra Suite. She-ra comes on to tell us she really wants that key. Victoria tells us that she totally deserves to win because her performance was so ground breaking that she literally broke the ground.
Poor Jessie thinks she stands a chance of winning.
Here’s the thing that bothers me about Jessie. Well, nothing bothers me about Jessie – she’s freaking adorbs. But what I can’t stand is how much people have pumped her up and told her they love her and think she’s great. But she still hasn’t figured out why she’s here, so she doesn’t realize she’s gonna have to deliver that thing they are all expecting to emerge from inside her nerdy shell. It’s really, really unfair to her. She thinks they actually like her for who she is.
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