Episode Three Airs
Wednesday, June 13th at 8:00pm on Citytv
Artwork Available at www.citytv.com/media
TORONTO, June 7 /CNW/ - Jacqueline, a student from Vancouver, became the
second girl eliminated on "Canada's Next Top Model", reducing the pool from
nine girls to eight.
In Episode Two, the girls get makeovers! Steff gets a more dynamic wedge
cut, Tara gets a long, wavy weave and Rebecca loses some length, but gains a
head of fire-engine red hair. Jacqueline's hair is lightened, Tia has copper
extensions put in, while Mo's 'do' is given some volume and colour. Cori's
hair goes 'Gisele Bundchen' and Gina's girl-next-door blond is cut and changed
to a dramatic brown. Sinead gets the most drastic change of all with an
ultra-short Natalie Portman cut.
Fresh from their makeovers, the girls try out their new looks in front of
the camera. Surprisingly, Rebecca is the girl who cannot deal with her new
look. Even though Sinead had the most chopped off, she does extremely well,
exuding the most confidence and winning the secret 'confidence' challenge.
Clearly, the competition has begun and Sinead is the girl to beat.
At this week's beauty photo shoot, the girls must pose with various sea
creatures. None of the girls are overly comfortable, but Steff has a meltdown
when she discovers they want to put an octopus on her head. Like a true pro,
Sinead takes on the challenge and rises to the occasion. Tara's shot is
fierce, even with a crab on her head. Rebecca deals well with the eels, but
Gina's calamari shot is lacking and so is Mo's seaweed photo. Tia rocks her
high fashion 80's style eye shadow and a crayfish choker. With a lobster on
her head, Cori looks beautiful but Nolé still thinks she needs some work. And
even with simple snails on her head, Nolé knows Steff's photo will be flat.
At elimination, the judges think Mo has improved and Tia's shot is a work
of art. Sinead's photo is amazing, Cori's shot is compelling, but shows her
lack of confidence. Tara's photo is good but not dynamic enough and
Jacqueline's shot is bland and emotionally frozen. Steff, who was in the
bottom two last week, only shows marginal improvement.
Finally, it comes down to Steff and Jacqueline. Because the judging panel
decides that Steff has more hidden potential, it is Jacqueline who is sent
Next Week ....It's Double JAY-Pardy as a familiar face to "Model" viewers
Episode three of "Canada's Next Top Model" airs Wednesday, June 13th at
8:00pm on Citytv. Catch repeat broadcasts on:
ASN Wednesdays at 9pm AT
ACCESS Fridays at 8:00pm MT
Star! Saturdays at 10:00pm ET/7:00pm PT
A-Channel Sundays at 7:00pm ET/PT
FashionTelevisionChannel Sundays at 8:00pm ET/5:00pm PT
Canada's Next Top Model will walk away with a $100,000 beauty contract
from P&G Beauty, a modelling contract with top agency Sutherland Models and
they will be featured in an editorial spread in FASHION Magazine.
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