Oh, and apparently HULU and some yoga-performing ballerina would like for me to “Sweat every day”, I didn’t really catch what the commercial was actually for, but since eating too much cheese is a surefire sweat attack for me, I am thinking it’s paid for by the Wisconsin tourism board.
Cheese. It will make you a better ballerina. Just ask Abby Lee Miller!
It’s hair, make-up and wedge models into hastily designed outfits time! Tara has a zipper-gate and at least three designers pitch in to help her solve it. I approve of this as a human, but as a reality tv addict I also approve of bitchiness and drama so I am torn. Sonjia apparently designed her outfit for a lemur or some sort of boneless animal, but was stuck with a human model.
This is the precise moment in the dressing room when I have a little moment of panic and fear I am going to have to actually be cut out of something by the attendant
In contrast to Sonjia dislocating shoulders and removing ribs in the name of fashion, Dmitry is gently sewing the collar onto the model and murmuring to her to make sure he doesn’t accidentally hurt her. This guy, he has definitely banged a dance partner or seven.
This is the starting position for The Workroom Tango. Clutching a table is the best bet
Time is up and Tara pulls a full-on Anya by just tacking (gluing?) on bedazzled pieces to create the illusion of some kind of design. Chris’s finished bustier looks great, but the skirt has no shape or movement, which seems like an important part of a dancer’s costume…
Heidi prances out in something that doesn’t fit well or flatter color-wise, so what else is new? Oh, looks like Seal got a few of her fingers in the settlement, interesting turn of events.
Uncle Buster would’ve warned you
The judges are our favorite Terra Cotta soldier and Nina “Twilight was based on my life” Garcia. The guest judge is Debra Messing, who, after all these years I can only think of as Grace Adler. That’s what happens when you make me fall in love with you, I freeze you in time and make you wander around an empty sitcom set forever. She’s looking a little worn around the edges, but then again without Karen’s constant fashion criticism and Will to pull the old cereal out of her hair and make her change out of her pajamas, I’m just impressed she’s presentable.
“Honey, what’s this? What are you doing?”
Dmitry – His design is impeccable, as usual. It is sleek and modern but still has the cheesy, bright elements that make it appropriate for the Rockettes and middle American tourists. It may not come across as especially complicated, but I think it is the challenge to a T. Also I think his model is gorgeous, kind of a Rebecca Romijn vibe for me.