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America's Next Top Model: Cycle 20, Episode 2 :: The Girl Who Gets Married Again

Aug 10, 2013

This week on America's Next Top Model (Cycle 20, Episode 2), the guys show the girls why they deserve a place in the competition. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “The Girl Who Gets Married Again,” which aired on August 9th, 2013, to discover what you missed.

Guess Fashion Show

This episode began where the first episode left off, with the Guess fashion show underway. Quite a few of the models had a fear of heights, which didn't make this runway, in which they had to walk horizontally down a tall building, very easy. Because the girls were in heels and the males were in sneakers, most of the girls slipped as they began their descent. Only Renee managed to keep her footing. Bianca gave in to her struggle and tried to pose as the harness lowered her to the ground.

Midsummer Night's Dream

Both Renee and Marvin were complimented for their fierce runway walks, but it was Renee who won the challenge and the Tyra suite for the week, which had a walk-in closet filled with Guess merchandise. With both genders in the house, crushes naturally formed. Although, sadly for playboy Marvin, it wound up a bit like Midsummer Night's Dream. He liked Bianca, who liked Mike (who we quickly learned is a bit of a drunk).

Alternative Weddings

The next day, the competitors tackled alternative wedding photos at their photo shoot. They embodied issues such as gay marriage, shotgun weddings, mixed race weddings, polygamy, nudists, etc. This challenge was hard for many of the models, who struggled to embody their characters. It was particularly tough for Jourdan, who was reminded of her failed marriage at only 18-years-old.

Elimination

Like last season, the judges gave each of the models their scores for the photos, which were then combined with their challenge score and their fan score to determine who would be eliminated. This prevents the judges from playing favorites. Here is the order from best photo to worst:

  1. Marvin - WINNER!
  2. Don
  3. Chris H.
  4. Jiana
  5. Alexandra
  6. Cory
  7. Jeremy
  8. Renee
  9. Nina
  10. Jourdan
  11. Kanani
  12. Chlea
  13. Phil
  14. Mike
  15. Chris S. - ELIMINATED
  16. Bianca - ELIMINATED
 

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Do you think Mike should have been eliminated? Tell us in our comment section below!

 

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