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MTV and Seventeen Magazine Team Up For 'Pretty Amazing' Special (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 31st 2011 6:00PM
Zoe Damacela is 'Pretty Amazing'If you think Seventeen Magazine's October cover girl is something special, you can learn a bit more about her from MTV's special, 'Pretty Amazing' (Monday, 8PM on MTV). MTV and Seventeen partnered to sponsor the contest to find the magazine's cover subject, counting their stories and how they handled themselves among the criteria. Winners were not only featured on the cover, but given $10,000 in scholarship money.

Seventeen and MTV chose candidates from all around the country -- a 19-year-old activist from New Jersey, a 21-year-old race car driver from Ohio, a 16-year-old photographer from Dallas, a 19-year-old fashion designer from Chicago, and an 18-year-old documentary filmmaker from California. They picked their winner and surprised her at her job.

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Review: America's Next Top Model - America's Next Top Model Is... (Season Finale)

by Michael Pascua, posted Nov 19th 2009 1:30AM
Laura and Nicole's CoverGirl shot.
(S13E11) I love how Tyra Banks creates revisionist history on America's Next Top Model. Not only does she denounce Adrianne Curry's name, she now is ignoring the fact that Eva, who was 5' 6.5" won Cycle Three against "normal" sized models. That's an accomplishment.

This cycle's finale episode was less hectic than previous cycles because there were only two contestants, so the commercial, photoshoots, and model walks felt better paced. I like the concept, we should have final twos for the remaining seasons.

For the first time in a long time, I didn't mind if either Nicole or Laura won. Both took stunning photos.

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Review: America's Next Top Model - Hawaii Hip Hop

by Michael Pascua, posted Nov 12th 2009 3:48AM
Jennifer An poses in front of the Hawaiian landscape
(S13E10) America's Next Top Model continues to chug along with its petite models. At this point, the girls are pigeon holed into their story lines: Nicole - the awkward one, Laura - the southern belle, Erin - the prissy high schooler, and Jen - the sweet girl with an eye problem. They basically repeat something that fits their storyline.

Though I haven't mentioned this until now, what is up with Jen having these overly loud, sugary interviews? Screaming "Why Me?" followed by her squealing excitement for Laura picking her. It's almost as if she knows that she was stunt-cast and decided to have a fun time before she got eliminated.

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