When one of the participants contracts a horrifying, contagious skin condition that disfigures her face, the other models are sent into a complete panic and fear for their own safety. ... See full summary »

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Jim Deyonker ...
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When one of the participants contracts a horrifying, contagious skin condition that disfigures her face, the other models are sent into a complete panic and fear for their own safety. Make-up expert Paul Thompson and photographers Delaney and Gitte make special guest appearances and photo shoot producer Jim De Yonker serves as a guest judge. Later, at a shoot for a "Got Milk" ad, the girls are transformed into a different ethnicity using the miracle of make-up. One of the eleven remaining models is eliminated. Written by Anonymous

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At the Call Outs near the end, when Tiffany's name is being called and you see a shot of her and the other girls in the background, you see Keenyah standing behind Kahlen. After Tyra's talk to Tiffany, the girls are shown again, but Keenyah is gone. They never showed Keenyah being called by Tyra. See more »

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The Girl Who Is Contagious (#4.5)
3 September 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I am not so much into make up, so I didn't care about a big part of this episode.

The photoshoot though was great due to make up. In our time they wouldn't be able to make it though. I can just imagine the outrage over white girls being dressed as black or anybody being dressed as native American. The fact they did it about 10 years ago was surprising. I didn't realize political correctness grew so much in this time.

I really don't get why Michelle is still there. She is not good looking. Sure not like a model at all. It was sure her and not Noelle who should have gone home.


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