America's Next Top Model: Posh Worms Commentary by RTVC Staff Writer Michael Pascua
May 3, 2012
Not what Tyra's
Macau was an interesting choice for the America's Next Top Model hopefuls because I think that all the girls left seemed to have that look that would work really well in Asia.
Maybe it was the fact that Macau had either Asian and European (Portuguese) influences or the fact that Sophie hit the nail on the head that she occasionally looked like an anime girl with the pink hair and the big eyes.
I personally don't mind Chinese horoscope reading and think that life should have balance, so the suggestions of matching elements that the models need in their lives seemed fine, but I was almost convinced that the producers handed the fortune tellers some background stories so they could make girls like Alisha cry as immediately as possible.
Catherine was pretty much eliminated during that challenge when she thought she could put green on her lips realistically.
Does CoverGirl actually make green lipstick because that looked bad.
Got thoughts? Post them at the end.
The photoshoot this week was a nice cross between high fashion dresses by Barney Cheng and a gross bug challenge.
Unlike Cycle 3's Eva, the girls seemed like they were prepared for an interesting animal to shoot with.
Some of the girls didn't seem like they paid too much attention to previous seasons because they've already had a photoshoot that involved Chinese Lions (not Dragons) back when Saleisha won ANTM.
I thought the general photoshoot with the silk worms and the nice angles was interesting as an advertisement, but I think that Barney Cheng could have had better options.
Making it a tad bit worse, Catherine looked like a witch with black hair. The combination of green lipstick and witch hair didn't help her get saved.
Laura is clearly the front runner for winning on the American's side.
She continues to understand the concept of the odd angle as she modeled with neck for miles.
Her photo also proved that she could rock the black hair without any issues.
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