Stylista: Thank GOD it’s Over
What a yawner of a finale that was. It seems strange to even use the word “finale,” which connotes something more grandiose than this whimper of an ending.
What? How could anyone possibly think that was a smart thing to say?
Aren’t you applying for a job as a junior editor?
Oh, Megs. You fucked that one up. You don’t walk into an interview acting like it’s not a big deal; you walk into an interview like it’s the most important event of your life. ESPECIALLY when you’re forced to admit that you dropped out of college and got “bored” with your last venture.
Unfortunately, we can’t really argue with the outcome. Despite the fact that Megan, in our opinion, would have been the best person for the job, there’s no denying that she really crashed and burned during the interview.
So disgusted were we with this show at this point that we actually cheered Megan’s refusal to participate. Good for her for not wanting to humiliate herself. We’re curious what kind of carrot the producers dangled in front of her to force her back. We’re assuming they waved her contract in her face while the word “lawyer” was uttered.
On the other hand, we LOVED Johanna’s. Sure, her backdrop wasn’t exactly inspired either, but the styling was fantastic. Eve looked gorgeous and she looked so different from her usual self that this kind of cover would definitely catch the eye of any rack-browser.
Magazine rack, you perverts.
The “Inside the Cover” pages….well, we have to say that Dyshaun excelled at that one. Johanna’s wasn’t bad, but Dyshaun’s was better. Still, Johanna’s cover was so unexpectedly good that we can’t argue with the judges’ decision.
Although to be perfectly honest, the judges could have given it to anyone and we would have shrugged our shoulders and said “Whatever.” By 9:50 last night, we just wanted it to be OVER.
So, congrats, Johanna. Hope they don’t fire you after a year!