TFS S2E5: House of Emerald
As Miss Thing’s head get’s larger, his work gets shoddier. Cesar honey, don’t make the mistake of thinking JudgeLove is everlasting. Those bitches can turn on a dime. But hey, kudos to you for making a dress that adds 50 pounds to a girl! That takes talent. And that ripped petticoat look is divine! A real classic.
Seriously, we have no idea how it wound up looking like this. Design-wise, it’s not awful, but it’s so big and unflattering and poorly finished. If no one told us who made this, we’d never have guessed it was Cesar’s.
The more we look at this, the more puzzled we are with her elimination. Don’t get us wrong, it’s bad; but to our eyes it’s nowhere near the worst. That awful flounce at the bottom ruins an otherwise standard gown. She could have skated by with just that little bit of editing. Even so, her twin sister made a worse dress than this, in our opinion.
Let’s face it: this is the worst dress of the night. Possibly even the worst dress in the history of dresses (but we’re given to hyperbole now and then, if you hadn’t noticed). Hiddy all around: hiddy color, hiddy execution, hiddy design. It’s a Megahiddy trifecta, bitches. And it does horrible things to her body, which is a perfectly fine, better than average body. Her boobs look sad and her back looks angry. We like Jeffrey a lot, but this should have been his swan song. We’re completely confused as to why this didn’t send him home.
[Photo Credit: Heidi Gutman, bravotv.com - Screencaps: tomandlorenzo.com]