In this week's episode of Australia's Next Top Model, we learned all about denim, new diets and teenage girl gangs. Let’s take a look at the highlights:
Channel V: The big challenge this episode was presenting alongside Danny Clayton at Channel V while Renee Bargh and Charlotte Dawson judged. This would have been nerve-wracking enough, but the girls had to do their own hair, makeup and wardrobe. Mwahahahaha.
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The Crimp: Sophie decided this was the best time to try out a crimping iron for the first. time.ever. Her Bindi Irwin hair was so bad that Charlotte said she looked like she’d been electrocuted or was auditioning for The Muppet Show. Fail.
Blue Steel: Jess won the competition because she could actually hold a conversation on camera and knew what a “collaboration” was. Seriously. She also knew how to work her inner Derek Zoolander.
The Jiet: The Top Model house has been divided into the junk food junkies and the lettuce leaf mafia. Joanna is the role model when it comes to healthy eating, so some of the girls decided to jump on the nuts and berries bandwagon.
Group Therapy: Although the producers said the bitchy factor was toned down this season, the girls ganged up on Kimberly. She has trust issues since her parents broke up and has her guard up so she won’t get hurt. But her “I’m a tough bogan from Queensland” act clearly just masks a scared little girl who wants to be loved. Paging Dr. Phil...
Departure Lounge: Alex Perry had the mean queen meter flipped on high last night (yes, I know he’s straight...cough...) and the best line of the night was when he said Kimberly was so annoying that he wanted to stab himself.
Buh-Bye Megan: In the end, although Kimberly was unprofessional during the double denim photo shoot and scattered f-bombs all over the Channel V studio, it was Megan who was eliminated. Who? Yeah, the judges couldn’t remember who she was either.