Australia’s Next Top Model – It Needs To Be Amped Up A Bit.
One of the most entertaining aspects of tonight’s show was when the judging panel were doing an advertisement for Pineapple Dance Studio (a show on Fox 8 on Monday nights). I thought it weas interesting that Alex Perry thought he was closest to Andrew Stoner who reminds me of ’80’s icon Marilyn.
I don’t know why but I am slow to get into Australia’s Next Top Model this season. The girls are so vacuous, with no strong personalities amongst them. Josh Flint is a step up from Jonathan Pease but he is not exactly exuding witty one liners.
Back to the girls Kirsty the alleged bogan from the Gold Coast is the one getting most of the airtime, but she is not producing that much drama.
Here are some quick thoughts on the episode:
- Amanda gets points for using the word clacker on a reality show, when she knew she was going to get in trouble talking to the press at the Vivid show.
- They are presenting Kirsty as this year’s bogan but I find Avon lady Sophie a bit of one also. Particularly her episode over her hair make over, she did not like not being blond, and got out some hideous peroxide blonde extensions and tried to put them and style them. Then whined down the phone to her mother who sounded like Kath Day-Knight;
- Last year’s winner Tahnee made an appearance with her Nivea products, and made the girls take off their make up, and ye
- Kelsey looks like she could be the resident bitch of the house;
- I think Chantel is stunning but can’t see her there at the end of the competition;
- Another favourite is Jessica with her more unusual look, she reminds me a bit of Petrova from Season 1 Project Runway Australia;
- I noticed tonight there was not much footage of the models in the house, which would indicate they are dull;
- Bottom two were Ashton and Brittany with Ashton being eliminated. Even this decision was uncontroversial.