This week the show begins with everyone (OK, Ivy and Michael D) tweezing their eyebrows in their pocket hand mirrors. Michael C dishes on Ivy to Andy and honestly, I can no longer feel sorry for him
Remember when Mondo couldn't make any friends and was crying in his leather bar outfit? And then Michael C. became such a sad pariah? And now they are BFF and no, I'm not crying. It's just raining... on my face.
Heidi tells the gang that they have new models and quite a task ahead of them, and sure enough out come 11 women in hideous satin gowns.
As we re-enter the wacky world of the Runway Projectors this week, we're treated to Michael D in bed chirping "Good morning" followed by, "it's like b...
Team Ego decides on menswear-inspired womenswear in a palette of camel, while the Loser's Club selects military and lace. It is so on, you guys. It's going to be like Annie Hall fighting a gay soldier to the death.
April and Peach have formed an alliance which, I have to admit, is touching. In real life, would these two even look at each other on the street? Ah, Reality TV: breaker-down of age and culture barriers!
Out on the runway at the begining of this week's episode, Heidi emerges carrying MY FAVORITE BAG OF ALL TIME. Yes! It is crazy hat day on Project Runway, y'all.
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As the boys leave their apartment, someone says, "I hope the limo's ready," to which someone else quips, "The short bus is more like it." They said it, not me.
This is the first week the show's new 90-minute format actually worked for me, perhaps because there were so many delicious moments -- including an extended sequence of Tim Gunn's workroom pep talks.
The challenge is to create a single look that tells the audience in a very brief glance who the Marie Claire woman is. I can tell you in one sentence: A woman who cannot find Vogue, Elle, InStyle, or Glamour at the newsstand.
Only two shows into Season 8, I'm hooked all over again. I already have my favorites, I already know who's going home sooner than later, and I think Season 8 has the makings of a really strong season.
The new 90 minute format means I will have to summarize in places to keep from staying up all night -- my stamina, which has been eroding on a par with Mickey Rourke's face since Season 6, is no match for a Supersized ProjRun).
New York Nonstop's Roseanne Colletti and Laura Lane, Senior Reporter for OK! Magazine have the scoop on the latest celebrity comings and goings.
Let's face it. Betty White is television and with good writing, it will be a slam dunk. So, I'm officially putting Betty White's hat in the ring to co-host the 2010 Emmy Awards.
Papa Gunn got on the tramp, denied Emilio hugs, and bonded with Filipinos. Jay and Mila engaged in a runway walk-off to the death, like in Zoolander but with less espionage and fewer wedgies.