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America's Next Top Model: Cycle 16, Episode 4 :: Francesco Carrozzini

Mar 16, 2011

The week the girls ignite the runway with fierce walks and real fire! Check out America’s Next Top Model (Cycle 16, Episode 4), with guest judge Francesco Carrozzini, which aired on March 16, 2001.

The Girls Are On Fire

This week, the girls walked in a runway show, sporting the latest fashions from designer Geoffrey Mac. But like always, there’s a catch. The runway was on fire. And there’s another catch. The girls also had to be on fire. Miss Jay named Alexandria, Brittani and Dalya as the three girls who held their own. But only Dalya walked away the winner of the challenge and received two dresses from Geoffrey Mac’s collection. On the flip side, Hannah, Kasia and Sara were forced to walk home and practice their walks. Harsh!

Fierce Coffee Commerical

The next day, the girls acted in commercials for Fierce Coffee, directed by Francesco Carrozzini. They played sexy secretaries in the sixties, which is was easy for most of the girls. Although Sara struggled with unleashing her sexy side.

Elimination

At panel, guest judge Francesco Carrozzini talked about Alexandria’s “helpful” attitude on set, or rather, her attempt to take over everyone’s jobs. This is the second week in a row that her attitude was questioned. Hmm. In the end, Kasia received best commercial. The judges took Alexandria’s attitude to heart and put her in the bottom two with Sara. But clearly talent outweighs bad behaviour, since Sara was sent home.

Clip From America’s Next Top Model Cycle 16 Episode 4


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