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America’s Next Top Model 3, Episode 1: New Weave + Beer = Throw Down!Page 2
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Tiffany says her evil side wins over and she starts yelling. Yaya says glasses start breaking as the locals throw glasses and Tiffany throws them right back! It even looks like one hit Tiffany on the head! Toccara says she was never in a bar fight before, but had fun. Ugh, I’ve been in a few and they are NOT fun! In the van, Tiffany says she’s cool, but all she’s ever known is violence. Sarah says Tiffany provoked the whole thing, and everyone in the van disagrees. Tiffany goes on to call Sarah “Martin Luther King,” but she is more like Malcolm, and will always defend herself. Go girl! Tiffany admits that she’s trying to change, and eventually will. She doesn’t want to go back to the “hood.”
It’s morning, and time for session two! A bubbly Norelle hops in with a smile so bright. It’s clear she has braces, but Noelle says she has “bling bling on her grill.” Oh dear. She’s led a real life Cinderella story. She never met her real mom until she was 13, and always used to play model at home. This one seems a little ditsy, but I like her.
In comes Kelly and she’s very gorgeous – she looks like Trenyce from American Idol 2. Her friends used to call her a white girl with a good tan since she grew up around mostly white girls. Mrs. J doesn’t seem impressed, and after we see some girls doing some horrible walks, Mrs. J says people think he’s a miracle worker but not even he can fix some of these walks.
Mary walks in next and asks “what’s up” with there being no big girls. She really wants to advance with the other big girl, Toccara, to see what happens. Toccara walks in next and the judges love her sass. She says she loves her skin and starts to work it. She wants to encourage all full figured girls to try modeling and adds that skinny girls are the devil – but she’s just playing. When she slips into her bikini (That’s right, a BIKINI), Mrs. J’s eyes light up like light bulbs when he sees her ta-tas. When she leaves, he tells Tyra and Jay that those things are not puppies, they are full grown dogs!
Next, we meet Amy. She’s 5’11 and 115 lbs. This girl looks DANGEROUSLY thin. She says she hates when people think she’s anorexic. She feels great and is working on gaining weight since she’s so skinny. Tyra feels that she is too thin right now, and might send a bad image for women. Amy appreciates the constructive criticism.
In comes that girl carrying “Baby” saying that he wanted to meet Tyra. Wacko. Some girl says she wants to be a model – or a dancer. Some girl has spunk but no boobs. Mrs. J is the funniest because he doesn’t care about half of them. Some girl, in the middle of her audition, decides she doesn’t want to do it anymore and just walks out and says she’s going home! Tyra and the other judges do nothing but crack up. I think I would too!
Next up is Leah, and she’s 24 from Oklahoma. She admits that she’s very excited to be there, and comes from a big Catholic family. When asked if she would oppose posing nude, her reply is, “Nude me up!”
Amanda says she has wanted to model since she was three. She’s a mom kind of girl and Jay says that she’ll be whisked away for a little and won’t get to see her son much. Amanda knows that, but she knows she has to do it for her son. When asked, she says her best feature is her eyes, and then tells the camera that she has a problem with them as well. After she leaves, all the judges comment on how much they love her eyes as well.
At dinner that evening, Eva talks with a few other girls about something being wrong with Amy. She doesn’t believe Amy when she says she’s naturally thin, and looking at her bones makes her gag. Ann says that Amy should be in the hospital for the way she looks. Mary comments that Eva is a bitch, while Eva continues to make fun of Amy. Okay, I officially don’t like Eva, and the first episode isn’t even over. Amy says that the whole thing is just a competition and she lets things roll right off her back and simply hopes that the right girls get cut. On that, it’s time for the third session!
Yaya is up first and this girl is beautiful. She attends Brown University and speaks several languages. Her father is a priest and she feel she is representing the statement “beauty is black” – which is much better than just feeling you have to represent a whole race. Her only physical flaw that she feels she has is her breakouts sometimes. Tyra is very impressed with Yaya, and Mr. J also thinks she is pretty, but isn’t totally sold on her yet.
Jennipher is 22 and from Pocatello Falls, Idaho. She says that Pocatello is not somewhere she wants to be for the rest of her life. This is her chance to get out and she needs Tyra’s help. Listen, Jenn – Tyra’s not a social worker – get out on your own time!
In comes Rachael. She’s from Alabama and recently moved to New York and has done some modeling in the past. Mrs. J loves her look right away.
Kristi is 20 and feels her best asset is her blonde hair. She says she’s a Republican and shows them the dress she wore to the prom – which is designed like the American flag. Amazing flag, but tacky as a dress. Mrs. J says he would have work a sparkling red shoe.
The next girl, Nargis, says she tried out last year and was cut as a semi-finalist. She’s happy to have a second chance. Nargis tells the judges she sees being a model only as a job. She knows she gets nervous and loses her train of though, and as she leaves, the judges all comment they love her body, but aren’t sure about her.<--Previous 1 2 3 Next-->
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