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It’s tomorrow, no one seems remotely hungover, and they already get more Tyra mail. “Tomorrow, your dreams will come true.” So they’re going to jump onto the top of a giant ampitheater shell and then fall off it? Or watch a boy fall off a stuck roller coaster? No, those are MY dreams coming true? Good, I think this show is rated to include some younger viewers. No one needs to see my actual dreams coming true.
The girls know something I don’t, because they all shriek to shit about this thing. Oh, they know it’s about the Dream Come True fragrance? How?! I read magazines. I’m on The Facebook, just like the kids these days. How come I’ve never heard of this shit?
There’s Jay Manuel! He gives a pep talk about being so close to the final two–and the winner. Laura talks tough about how she wants to win. I hate these interviews and edits.
Anyway, this shoot IS for that perfume, and the campaign will sell the fragrance around the world. So they better bring it. I Google it to see if the new ad is running yet…nope! Still that Sandra Bernhardt chick from last year.
So the girls will need to be shot while inside a gigantic perfume bottle. And the goal is to be youthful and fresh and joyful. Laura’s never really done well with that, so i wonder how this is going to go for her. At least she doesn’t have to walk! The makeup artists are mumbling and I can’t understand what they’re saying to each model. Something about Annaliese’s makeup being light and something about a wind machine in Laura’s hair? Why aren’t we getting subtitles now?
Oh, then the guy who came up with Dream Come True is there, so he’ll be watching the whole shoot. So now the girls gotta be extra professional and maybe a little kiss-assy. He’s got a bit of a Kermit voice and I’m already annoyed by him. He’s talking about how perfume ad imagery needs to be really strong and captivating. Actually, I don’t buy perfume based on how the ads look, guy. I buy it based on how it smells. I can already tell that Dream Come True smells like ass-kissing and teenage girls.
Laura’s all freaked out because she’s got such a hard edge (she thinks) and doesn’t know how to be girly and frilly, talking about burning her Barbie’s heads when she was a kid. So how’s she going to pull this off, wearing a pink dress and having to be all light?
Sophie seems to be doing really well with the shoot, which is not a surprise. Her energy is good, her eyes are light, and she’s taking direction from the photographer well. Jay feels good about it. ugh, the pressure of having Kermit there to critique you while you work and as soon as you’re done. Like, Sophie looked great! And he’s like, “There was some repetitiveness. But there were some good things.” “Oh, okay, thanks!’ Ugh.
Annaliese’s hair looks STUPID. What’s with the smushed down part and the mullet-y afro? It’s horrible. I’ll be surprised if she gets a good photo out of this. OH! They put it up into a ponytail once she got in the perfume bottle, phew. Much better. The photographer’s a little frustrated because Annaliese was so bubbly when she was getting briefed before the shoot, but then she turned dull inside the bottle. Like, forced weird faces and yuckiness. You can tell she knows it’s the end for her, she’s totally dejected.
But then Kermit gives her another pep talk, telling her that her smile and laugh is totally illuminating, to work with that. So she laughs to herself for the final shots. Which reminds me of my boyfriend–I mean, fiance–when we take photos together. To get a natural smile, he laughs to himself and it’s so silly. I love it.