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America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, Episode 4 Recap: Kyle vs. Eboni

It was like Candace’s attempt to sell breath-freshening coffee: The modeltestants just kept repeating the same mantra over and over again on America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, Episode 4: "J. Alexander,": Leave, Kyle! Quit, Kyle! Seriously, Kyle! Just go, Kyle! And buy the coffee! Buy the coffee! Buy the coffee! Once again, the message was too forceful and no one was buying it — including Kyle. Kyle stayed. Candace left. And like Louise Watts last week, Kyle had a point.... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/2mUDxAlgMY4/americas-next-top-model-cycle-18-episode-4-recap-kyle-vs-eboni

'America's Next Top Model' Recap: The Resurrection Of King Tut - 'J. Alexander'

Confession! I am starting to fall so hard for Tyra. She is such a deranged and delightful combination of avant garde fashion and non-sequitor observations (and often inspired burns), coupled with t... //www.starpulse.com/news/Alison_Caraotta/2012/03/22/americas_next_top_model_recap_the_resu

'America's Next Top Model: British Invasion' Recap: Greased Whinin'

Last week, Louise had an epic meltdown and Kelly Cutrone revealed that even though she's new and knows little to nothing about modeling, she's NOT the judge to mess with . Or to look straight in the eye. Or to speak to, if what's coming out of your mouth isn't a compliment about her. What a delightful addition to the panel she's turning out to be! If Andre Leon Talley actually watched Top Model (I doubt he even did when he was on the show) he'd be rolling in his massive Dolce & Gabbana caftan, watching what she's doing to his old seat. This week, we begin where we ended last week: The Brits are traumatized by the loss of Louise, but feeling slightly buoyed by the fact that the Americans are "turning on each other." Eboni now resents her "30-Never" name because she doesn't want to be seen as a little girl (or a baby prostitute, as she looked like in last week's photo) and ironically acts even MORE like a baby while insisting that she's an "adult" who has "been through some sh*t." She lists off her personal and family troubles almost a little toooo easily, like she's used to giving this speech when things don't go her way. Then she takes her anger out on Kyle for seemingly no reason. Unless you count the reason that she's a vindictive whiner. //www.buddytv.com/articles/americas-next-top-model/americas-next-top-model-britis-44619.aspx

America's Next Top Model 18.04 "J. Alexander" Review

In recent cycles of Top Model , the role of runway diva coach extraordinaire (and total friend in my head) Miss J. Alexander has been greatly reduced. I don't know if it's his busy schedule or any internal strife in Modelland, but the show tends to only pull him out for a challenge or two per cycle, with the last couple not even relating to runway. J. always brought a sense of fun and excitement to the show, damn near glistening with personality, and the technical know-how he has about the catwalk has been sorely missed, replaced by...well, Top Model doesn't really do runway anymore. I mean, aside from their increasingly ridiculous final runways, of course. Which is why his presence on tonight's Top Model was both fabulous and a little disappointing. Having J. back livened up the challenge, but if you're going to bring Miss J. into the fold one more time, let him serve a little realness on the runway and teach these girls something. Top Model may be dealing more with branding and personality recently, but that doesn't mean that stuff like runway should be obsolete. That being said, I did like the challenge because Top Model doesn't do them as often as I'd like and it was something pretty interesting/useful. The commercial challenge, typically reserved for around top six or so, got a much needed facelift, letting the girls ad lib about different products before showing each video to a focus group. For as much as the show has harped on marketing and being able to sell a product, it finally put its money where its mouth was and gave the girls a good opportunity to show off their personalities for the general public. Even though it was less about your words and more about how you came off, I didn't see where all the praise for Kyle came from; she's a pretty girl-next-door who had a bit of a brain fart in her commercial, but people ate that up over others that had cleaner presentations and more personality. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/V3n-jQ6jCE8/top_model_j_alexander_review