America's Next Top Model: Got To Make It Real Commentary by RTVC Staff Writer Michael Pascua
May 31, 2012
Did she deserve it?
I'm calling shenanigans on the America's Next Top Model win.
It's not that Sophie didn't deserve to win; she was edited well to look like a likeable model whereas Laura came off as this punky, overly-sexual model.
It was the CoverGirl photo.
Upon further inspection, the photo editors took a lot of time to tweak Sophie's photo so it looked amazing and didn't spend any time on Laura's.
Look at Laura's photo. The grey background was paint bucketed on and there's still a lot of white in her hair. How tacky is that?
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Obviously because it's a loser's photo.
Sophie's photo on the other hand was tweaked so much. Her original photo was turned upside down (why would the "I'm looking at myself" be the main focus?) her eyes were given a little bit of extra color and the editors took extra time to make sure her hair looked a bit more accurate when they mushed the two photos together.
If Laura had a fighting shot, they would have at least kept the background white.
Tyra tends to favor the new judge's opinions.
For example, Andre Leon Talley loved Krista's photos and her amazing skin in his first season, Twiggy loved Nicole. When I saw Kelly Cutrone fighting hard for Sophie, I knew it was a lock.
The only person on Laura's side was Jay because she knew the high amount of creativity the girl from Scotia had.
Laura's panic attack also hindered her because she lacked any energy from both her photoshoot and commercial for CoverGirl.
It's a shame because all the behind the scenes shots looked amazing and it explained why we had an unnecessary shot of Laura putting on makeup and Sophie popping her head out of the boat during the go-sees episode.
The thing that depresses me the most was the fact that Laura's Vogue Italia shoot looked stunning and we'll never see it.
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