Models Are Not Rock Stars

We watched the new MSNBC show, Models NYC, this weekend. As predicted, the "docu-drama" about Q Models lacked the fun of Top Model, and the journalist
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We watched the new MSNBC show, Models NYC, this weekend. As predicted, the "docu-drama" about Q Models lacked the fun of Top Model, and the journalist
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We watched the new MSNBC show, Models NYC, this weekend. As predicted, the "docu-drama" about Q Models lacked the fun of Top Model, and the journalistic bent it promised. Still, we did like the models they followed - especially Asha, a British import whom we actually wanted as a friend. Also, we enjoyed a little snippet in episode two, when a model complains that she got nail fungus while shooting a cosmetics campaign. "What do you want to do," asks her agent. "Sue Revlon?" Oops. We bet they didn't mean to say the name of their multi-million dollar client... on national television... in a negative context... Q: Is this post really about how Heather Marks looks like Jess Stam in the Revlon ad? A: Maybe. Isn't it gorgeous?

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