They are all lined up and I don’t see anything that I like… but who am I? What shocked me was that Draya looked awful… not just because of the Peter Pan jacket thing… her hair looked fried, she had an ugly look on her face… and not the typical pouty-I-ate-a-whole-carrot-today-model look. She just looked like she was walking down the aisle at WalMart.
Having a front row seat isn’t such a big deal when there is only one row.
I’m totes calling my manager. This gig sucks.
If I had a closed set, I would have had time to fix my hair.
I’m happy, I don’t turn down nothin’.
Bambi looked fine, Laura looked fine, I don’t remember seeing Gloria… but then last but not least… our overly-medicated, unicorn-riding, Skittle for brains, Malaysia comes out… and she is a knock-out. My picture doesn’t even do her justice… She was amazing. She looked great. Her walk was spot-on. And she just impressed me completely.
I feel like the Golden Ticket in Willy Wonka.
Sorry, I just love this picture. (See, I do have feelings.)
They do the finale walk (and I dream of the season finale). Jackie is thrilled. New York is not.
After the high of Malaysia, we return to LA and Brooke and Laura meet to talk about Draya. I. Am. So. Bored. And. I. Hate. King. Shoots. Brooke says that Draya didn’t show up at the dinner because she knew that she was lying about the closed set. Laura says that Draya likes to play the victim. Brooke says she’ll be Draya’s friend if she apologizes. I used to tell people I’d be their friend if they would buy me stuff. Needless to say, I don’t have many friends. Laura briefly mentions the epiphany she had towards Jackie. She didn’t give her any details… but said that she had a slight change of heart.
Did I mention King Magazine yet?
Yes, but you didn’t mention my plunging neckline.
Brooke invites Draya out for a romantic dinner for two so that Draya can formally apologize for the… wait for it…. Yep, the King Shoot. Draya kinda fake cries that she’s not good at saying she’s sorry, but she knows she didn’t do enough as a friend, but Brooke interviews that she’s not buying it for a minute. Brooke flat out says that she needs an apology, but Draya says that she’s not a warm, huggy person… neither am I, Draya… but then you shouldn’t go on romantic dates with Brooke. She was planning on a hug, at least.