My perfect reality TV moment in this episode:
Dhe meaning of the word team was taken a bit absurd at the Drag-Dance-Lip-Sync-Challenge in Las Vegas (fittingly or coincidentally to mark the start of Pride Month on June 1st?), but in the end, like Nicole, it was quite right recognised, but more about direct competition. But first of all, the clamor was not among each other, but against each other. How can it be that a team, namely that of Olivia and Anna-Maria, just has to sing “cha cha cha bitch”? This song actually had even less text than that “cha cha cha” from the Finns at ESC – but the costumes on GNTM were prettier, at least Anna-Maria was happy with her.
Although, the dress was a bit too tight, the shoes too high … they said. You don’t know that from the model business, funny. In any case, Ida, for some inexplicable reason (probably the script wanted it that way?) delivered one fuckin verbal bitch fight (right Somajia?) with Olivia – because she has it so easy with hers cha cha cha and getwerke (Llambi would be happy). But Olivia sees it differently: “That’s Spanish!” Yes, she has to lipsync in another language, one that she doesn’t even speak. That’s unfair. In the end she is still further – and Anna-Maria and Ida are out.
Most boring moment?
Selma: “I screwed up so much, but you did it really well.”
Nicole: “No, you!”
Selma: “Me? No!”
In fact, Selma, sweet as sugar, mastered all the tasks of the quarterfinals.
Nicole thought it was very unfair anyway that she was “with the youngest and her Attitude“ must compete together. And she has absolutely no desire to perform in a drag show (more on that later under “Shitstorm”), even if she likes to dance, as she says, although “not well”. For the fact that she had to compete against someone from the TikTok generation, who practically sucked up dancing and lipsyncing with their mother’s milk, she didn’t do it badly at all. And ultimately Heidi also sees: “It was difficult for Nicole to be able to keep up with Selma.”
At that moment you ask yourself: Is that GNTM or a self-help group?
Coco: “If he didn’t like it, it’s not my fault either”. she is right. But Ida, before she knew she wasn’t getting a photo, also had a helpful insight: “No matter what you do, they still celebrate you.” And: “You can’t go wrong with the make-up either.”
Except maybe twisting your ankle when walking up the stairs. “But you did that so well with twisting your ankle and then straight into the pose.” Maybe the make-up really helped with the confident appearance.
The most beautiful Heidi quote:
“You look like you’re freezing,” criticizes Heidi Klum while snuggling up in her colorful fake fur during the desert shoot at Anna-Maria. Why might that be? Wasn’t it already mentioned in the clip that it was “shitty cold” in the desert and wasn’t there a patio heater next to the other models, who were all wrapped up in blankets and jackets? Actually, the shoot for the coveted cover of “Harper’s Bazaar” could have been pinched, because there wasn’t much desert to be seen in the photos – and Anna-Maria wouldn’t have had her nose running from the cold either.
This girl will have the most new Instagram followers after the episode:
Not girl but man. Namely Nicole’s because he looks like Christian Bale in “American Psycho”. Purely optically natural, no reference to the “Sigma” cult.
I keep asking myself this question while watching – without getting an answer:
What are the names of female drag queens? Why was Queen of Drags canceled?
And does Harper’s Bazaar want to reinvent itself somehow? Because Kerstin Schneider, editor-in-chief of the magazine and guest juror in this episode, just didn’t want one of the girls to post or somehow stretch their arms up. “No hands on your face, no hands on your head! Can you put your arms down?”
Heidi: “Yes, hands on your face always look so etepetete!” Aha, looks almost like harassment when you look at past covers:
Hands on the face, on the head or anywhere above would have been a good preliminary exercise at the drag show.
There will be a shitstorm for this scene:
Maybe not a shit storm, but a lot of new memes for sure: Kerstin Schneider follows the show of the drag queens with apparent bewilderment in her eyes and open mouth:
Unlike Olivia, who is on fire: “She’s colorful, she has big tits, she has everything!” She raves about the drag queen assigned to her team.
Nicole’s facial features briefly slip when she announces that the model candidates for the semifinals should perform in a drag club. “Tomorrow someone will be thrown out and we have to dance with drag queens. I thought it couldn’t get any worse. I really have to overcome myself,” she admits to her husband in a video call – then she cries.
This candidate becomes “Germany’s Next Top Model” and she comes to the jungle camp:
Somajia, because not only can she talk everyone up against the wall, but also her hair, which weighs three kilograms (“you may not believe it, but it’s really that heavy”) so “nice and can throw it back and forth super great”. And because everything during the shooting is so “perfect ran”. Okay, so the judges were also very taken with her — and/or her hair throw.
But maybe, despite all the bets on Instagram, it will also be Vivien with her “killer look”. (Which Kerstin Schneider had also hoped for from Coco’s eyes, but then realized with disappointment that she didn’t have it: “Her look just isn’t intense Enough!”) But Vivien has it, and therefore only had to look at the shooting and “not not to pose”. (That is, assures Heidi, quite a challenge anyway: “The most difficult thing is to pose without looking like you are posing.” So Vivien is lucky there.)
But since just looking is pretty boring, in contrast to a quick mouth and three kilos of hair on your head, Somajia is more likely to come to the jungle camp.
The author typically deals with family and relationship issues rather than trash TV. But reads with the greatest pleasure reviews from their peers to formats from GNTM to Bachelor – because they are usually even funnier than the actual show.