Okay, since I’ve had a busy week and weekend ahead, I’m going to try something a little different. Pictures from the episode!!!!
(Yes, Kenley had rollers in hair, did she have a premonition? I doubt it.)
(Austin is the zone, will Broadway inspire him? If not, his hat will.)
(The workroom turns into a mini-salon, why the rollers?)
(The two designers that are lucky to still be there are goofing off, oh Lord!)
(“See what I want to do is…is hold my hands in a questionable position”)
(“Who am I?)
(The most heterosexual moment Michael will ever have.)
(Kara wanted to “YMCA” but then just gave up, surprised?)
(If Kenley has backed off her annoying behavior, this lesbian prom moment isn’t helping.)
(Speaking of another designer who is lucky to still be there, nice prostitute chic Mila.)
(Mondo’s jazz hands leave a lot to be desired, but his design WON!)
(Austin’s ode to Marie Antoinette placed 2nd.)
(In the bottom, obviously…the bow? WTF?)
And yes, one of season 2’s brightest stars faded as Kara Janx was eliminated, six designers remain. Damnit, I forgot to mention, Anything Goes Broadway star Sutton Foster served as guest judge. She agreed with me on Mila’s “prostitute/pre-Pretty Woman” disaster. Unless Kenley screws up really bad next week, Mila will be on the chopping block, but who knows? Everyone is vulnerable. I would tell you about next week’s challenge, oh wait, I remember, the designers head to the United Nations….it’s been a long week.
Well, the gelato hopefully all melted and the designers’ challenge this week involved acquiring half of their materials from folks in Central Park and they had to use whatever funds they had left to buy materials at MOOD. And that involved asking normal (yeah right) people for “the clothes off their backs”, what ensued was Anthony getting more men than women to say yes–he got one guy to strip his shorts off, Austin wanted the guy’s underwear, but the trade-off? Austin got the guy’s phone number. BURN! Michael obviously found the challenge a little daunting as he was struggling to find a dress, you know he’s a draper and he was coming up empty. But when he did find what he wanted he said “it’s like chickens were hatching, Jesus was coming back…” really? I mean all they had to do was take this betch’s advice:
(“Lend me the top betch! Courtesy of liamshow.com)
Anthony was fire with the one-liners this week. When he saw Jerell’s he said, “it looks someone is Coming To America” and he had a point.
(Seriously, what is that? Courtesy of myliftime.com)
And the bottom looked worse, but he was safe. Of course Jerell thought it was hot, he was totally delusional. Anthony on Kenley, “she is loud…if a black person says that you are loud, you are too loud!” I was dying. By the way, Kenley helped Kara finish a pair of pants, huh? I still can’t believe both Kara and Kenley are still around. Ironically, all the surviving ladies in the competition will survive to see another week as all three, including Mila, were safe.
Austin’s outfits, which I’m totally obsessed with, more than any designs on the show, was again bizarre.
(Leather pants, circa 1980-something Courtesy of mylifetime.com)
Speaking of Miss Scarlett, he was safe this week. In the bottom? (rim shot!) were Michael (finally!), Jerell, and Anthony. On top, Rami and Mondo…and thank God Mondo finally won a challenge and he damn well better win the whole thing!
(Courtesy of mylifetime.com)
Oh yeah, this week’s guest judge was hockey player (?!?) Sean Avery; he interned at VOGUE and he apparently has some sort of fashion sense. In other words, they were desperate. That’s all I got. Next week the designers pair off, as 8 are now left, to face-off against one another, hmmm?