One of the very best things about S1 (from our admittedly gay perspective) was the fact that the models were a much bigger part of the process and subsequently there was much more model drama. And who doesn’t love model drama?
Because of the way the model selection process was set up, no designer or model ever really knew who they would be working with from challenge to challenge, which made the selection process simply fraught with drama. Fraught, we tell you!
You knew from fairly early on who the models wanted to work with most: Austin, Kara Saun, Jay. Those bitches knew what they were doing.
And they didn’t even try to hide it when someone they like picked them.
We love how the other models are politely clapping with that “Yeah. That’s fucking great.” look on their faces.
But of course, the constant model switching also meant that quite often, someone got auf’d who didn’t deserve or expect it.
And that put a lot of stress on the designers.
Delicious, entertaining stress.
Jesus, she looks like she could jump clear over Heidi’s head. You’d think he was handing her the keys to a new car.
What makes it even doubly hilarious is when you think about the difference between how models handle aufings and how designers handle them. With designers, the one who makes it in is usually contrite, might even give the aufee a hug or a shoulder squeeze as they leave the runway. Not our girls.
“Fuck YEAH! Sorry bitch, I’m outta here!”