Monday, September 29, 2008

Project Runway 5, Episode 11: Noooooooo


They got rid of Suede instead of Kenley. I mean, I’m not a big fan of Suede’s, but Kenley is just too annoying to be tolerated. They better return to the old pattern and get rid of Kenley next week.

True, Leanne has slipped a little in the last couple challenges, but she’s still light years better and more entertaining than Kenley. Kenly I just want to smack.

I don’t have much else to say really. I’m not sure why they bothered bringing out the models and having the designers choose, if they were going to, yet again, not use the models for the challenge (the designed outfits for each other based on musical styles.)

It was highly satisfying to see Kenley get the smackdown from the judges and LL Cool J for producing an outfit that had nothing to do with Hip Hop, but keeping her on the show made it somewhat of a pyrrhic victory.

Korto’s Punk design worn by Suede (winning)
Jerell’s Pop design worn by Kenley
Leanne’s Country design worn by Korto
Kenley’s Hip Hop design worn by Leanne
Suede’s Rock & Roll design worn by Jerell (losing)

Suede lost because he played it safe. Jerell looked like Jerell. He didn’t look like a rock star.

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