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Teresa finally butchers her entire speech, which is really, really bad and then Aubrey starts talking to smooth things out. The first picture to appear is of her and she turns to Farouk and asks him if he likes it, since it is her. I think she’s convinced they are going to win because Farouk has a crush on her.
After Aubrey does a great job presenting the pics, Arsenio does a bit about how wonderfully quiet the hair dryer is.
But sadly, it all comes back around to how badly Teresa does, when she ends with this:
Oh, honey. Unless your name is actually Vanna White, the only time you are doing this is when you pretend to give a presentation. Not in an actual business meeting!
Forte is up next and Lisa and Clay are doing a presentation similar to Clay’s perfume presentation debacle. Basically, they are just talking about how they came up with the ad and read the text verbatim to the room full of judges.
I noticed during this presentation that Lisa’s make up looked a lot better, although she continues to favor the drapey sweater that only seems to enhance her sizable size.
You know, Dayana was such a sweet girl, I bet if Lisa had befriended her, Dayana would totally have taken the time to help Lisa pick out make-up and a wardrobe that would enhance all her best features. It could be done. She’s not actually hideous. She has a nice smile and sparkly eyes and killer cheek bones. If someone taught her how to feature those, glory in her behemoth breasts and stop wearing shapeless tents, we snarkers would have to be forced into more intelligent attacks on her vicious person.
The judges remain in the presentation room to discuss each of the teams. They felt that Unanimous had the strongest pictures but the fact that there is no information is a problem. They loved the presentation and they thought Arsenio was great. Teresa was far too nervous in her part of the presentation and she seemed to lack passion. For Forte, they felt they were less passionate about the product, but their campaign contains all the necessary information and seems to indicate a knowledge of both the target audience for Elle and Chi. The problem is that their stuff looks dated – they suggest something along the lines of the 1970′s. That was the era when we were all matching our eye shadow to our clothes, right? But, despite the clothing time warp, they appreciate that Forte defined different styles of girls, which would appeal to a broad spectrum of the readership. They announce that the competition is close and they’ll need to discuss further with Sparky.
VampEric must have been having a good laugh with his dad about how Lisa played Teresa, because that’s the first thing Sparky asks about as he sits down. Teresa says she wasn’t outsmarted, but that Lisa was being sneaky. Lisa laughs and admits it was all just for a bit of fun- she always knew Aubrey would be able to fix the modeling problem for them.