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America’s Next Top Model British Invasion: Cycle 18, Episode 2 :: Kris Jenner

Mar 08, 2012

This week on America's Next Top Model British Invasion (Cycle 18, Episode 1), the 13 remaining girls get colorful makeovers. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Kris Jenner,” which aired on March 7, 2012, to discover what you missed.

Haggis and Pig’s Feet

This ANTM British Invasion episode began with the UK girls plotting to prove to the US girls that they can do better. There’s already a lot of tension in the house with the obvious divide between the Americans and the Brits.

The girls are challenged to eat a table full of foods from each others’ home countries - gross things like haggis from the UK and pig’s feet from the US.

Makeovers!

It’s time for makeovers, but they’re a little different this year. Instead of basic cuts and colors, some of the girls received extreme colors, such as baby pink, magenta, and the American red, white and blue. Londoner Louise was anything but happy with her Bieber-like haircut. And she made a huge fuss when they told her she was going from blonde to brown.

Mama Kardashian

After the makeovers, the girls met up with Jay Manual and guest judge Kris Jenner (mom of the Kardashian sisters). The girls teamed up to pose in an unusual shoot alongside Kris and her two youngest daughters, Kendall and Kylie. The theme was a sort of baby meets Adam’s family meets scary circus.

Elimination

At panel, Laura (an American) was called first for best photo. But the tables turned from last week as the final three girls left were all Americans. Seymone, who won best photo last week, and Mariah wound up in the bottom two. Seymone was saved by her charming personality and Mariah was sent home.

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queen a

queen a wrote:

im jealous :(
commented: Fri Mar 16, 2012

queen a

queen a wrote:

kris jenner and all of dem girls have WAY to much money...
commented: Fri Mar 16, 2012

Zeplyn20

Zeplyn20 wrote:

i luv clowns they r so so so so so cool :o) i want a bollan
commented: Sat Mar 10, 2012

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