"You didn't seem too happy with your model. Was she really that big? I mean, was she a size 4 instead of a size 2?
No, she's a lot bigger than me. She's absolutely gorgeous, but she shouldn't be a runway model. She's maybe a size 8 or a 10. She's not thin at all.
Why would the producers put in a model who's not runway-model size?
So people like me get eliminated. They threw in someone who had scoliosis whose shoulders are three inches different. Did you ever notice whoever's designing for Nazri often wins? There are three models who seem to win. It's because they have model bodies. I was cursed from the beginning. I had the model with scoliosis the first time — that's why I don't think I won the dog challenge. And this time, my model chose me. I was like, ''Oh no!''
So this model (on the left, with the "minnie mouse" bow) is plus-sized? She's "maybe a size 8 or a 10" and that's plus-size? Oh dear. Admittedly, I never saw her as "zaftig" before, but shows what I know.
But more intriguingly, this is Toni Heath, the model who rocked Alison's doggie-costume outfit. And she's saying this model has scoliosis with shoulders that "are three inches different?"
Honestly? Her shoulders look just fine to me. WHERE'S THE ALLEGED SCOLIOSIS NOW, HUH?
As you know, I adore the beautiful beautiful Alison, but maychance is she doth protesting too much?