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“Crap, crap, crap, CoverGirl!”

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Oh, Lauren!  You just had to get sent home, didn’t you?  At least you got to say “Crap, crap, crap, CoverGirl!” before you left.  Maybelline owes you a favor now.  I’ll make a couple of calls and see what I can do.

I actually didn’t think Lauren was going home until Tyra handed Whitney her photo on last night’s episode of America’s Next Top Model.  For some strange reason, I kept thinking back to CariDee’s CoverGirl commercial in Spanish.  Lauren may have been awkward, but CariDee was downright scary — much like Dominique was in her commercial.

Holy Zob!  Could Dominique be the surprise winner?

I actually do like Dominique.  I laughed out loud when Gai Mattiolo said that she didn’t look “fresh.”  The girl has a lot of spirit, though, and she seems to try a lot harder than most of the contestants on this show (she’s this season’s Furonda).  And we all know that you can’t spell Tyra without t-r-y and an A for effort!  That’s one of the lessons I learned at T-Zone when I infiltrated the camp for a tell-all exposé.  The camp counsellors would chain us to our bunks and make us repeat that slogan over and over and over again before our dinner of cold celery broth and the week-old Olive Garden breadsticks they would find at the bottom of Tyra’s tote bag.

Anyway, Dominique gets an A from me.  It’ll go well with her X and Y chromosomes.  She can start a collection.

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April 24, 2008 at 5:06 am

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  1. Please note that the designer (after saying to Anya, “You are so blonde.”), told Whitney, “You are so American.”

    That means “fat,” you know.

    Last night was a horrible event for reality TV: Lauren, Jennifer Biesty, and Sheila the Cougar. I am far too upset about this. Far, far.


    April 24, 2008 at 9:33 pm

  2. Don’t forget “You have a beautiful face.” Harsh.

    Elizabeth Herndon

    April 25, 2008 at 4:44 am

  3. Well, it’s better than saying you’re fat and homely.


    April 25, 2008 at 9:48 pm

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