Tim lets everyone know who works with whom. Each contestant is to create a garment for whatever the client states, evidently. So many of these ladies have personality, and this is really just a 'real woman' challenge. Their bodies are fine, no one is goofy looking. Stanley Hudson has the most model like client. Ask Vincent Libretti and Christian Siriano if that has any bearing on who wins a PR real woman challenge. Kate's client tells her to be a slut while she's young.
The contestants get $200 and are once again told that there is no need for cohesion amongst their teams. THEN WHY BOTHER HAVING TEAMS AT ALL? Another week without a Swatch sighting. Thank God that in real life I saw Starr Ilzhoefer and Julie Tierney at the 'spa' this week. Starr is an RN, and Julie is an MRI Tech. Neither has changed a bit, except environment, bien sur.
As soon as they get back to the work room, Amanda interviews that she got the wrong fabric for her design. Okay, then, use the fabric for something appropriate. Don't give up just yet. Switch it up with someone when they go to the bathroom. There's still time left to think and execute.
Thank you season 11 contestants for treating your clients with respect. S9's Olivier G. and s10's Ven B. alarmed me with how they viewed their clients. Everyone has a Mac Davis "It's Hard To Be Humble" gene in them, but, the other people on the planet get to be treated with respect. So, good on you, s11 people!
Michelle Lesniak Franklin
Tu Suthiwat Nakchat
Before I get into this, you need to know two things: 1. The contestants applauded Joan Rivers greatly, and Melissa barely when they were introduced. Awkward! 2. The contestants all clapped loudly for Kate's look (or model?, hmmm ….) when it came down the runway.
Team Threesome were dead center, and safe. However, Layana and Michelle had the highest scores, and yet Patricia one of the lowest, so they averaged to safe.
Wow. Patricia kept one of them from winning.