Despite the amount of icing and pastels, all was not sunshine and rainbows on Model Employee this week. Another model was sent home, which means it’s time for host Chrissy Teigen to give us her thoughts on all the heat that was coming out of the Mandalay Bay kitchen.
As always, Chrissy brings the major LOLs. Take it away, Chrissy.
Mannnn. One of my favorite things to do is read other people’s takes on the show. People are notttttt happy that Aspen was sent home! You know what is also really fun?? Following these ladies on Twitter–seriously. I thought *I* was bonkers.
It’s interesting to see how people deal with the scrutiny that comes with putting yourself on television. The general public can be brutal but these girls seem to have a lot of fun with it so here, FOLLOW THEM NOW and watch them throw it right back on Wednesdays: Alexis Farmer, Aspen Brandy Lea, Brit Tranckino, Jassmine Sasha Amos, Johanna Da Ru, Shah Granville, Shannone Holt, and Sonja Ewy.
The show opens with the girls at…what the hell?? They have their own pool? I seriously had no idea until just now. Anyhow, Jassmine and Shah feel like that is the perfect time to head to a different corner of the pool and talk about Johanna. I feel like I am scared to talk about Johanna and we live in different states. They both want her out.
Back in the house, Britany sits down with the girls to talk about bullying. And what the hell, Shannone! Is your pillow wearing a tank top? I love that Shannone always has some weird s–t in the background of her. I am gonna make this into a drinking game now. First it was Clorox wipes in the tub and now her pillow is wearing a tank top. OK so back to bullying: Britany feels that there is bullying. While I don’t think anyone necessarily is a bully, I do think that Britany is sensitive and an extremely easy target. Plus, we have to realize what we are dealing with here: a reality competition show with eight women in one house. People are going to play a little dirty and be a little bitchy. I’m sure competitiveness mixed with bitchy mixed with some very strong personalities can FEEL like bullying, especially when you’re the soft one.
Then… ay yi yi. Cut to the girls getting ready for bed and Britany comes out to make a statement that I actually feel like I would make. Basically, “Hey bitches we are all living together in close quarters and we should maybe try and make an effort to be decent human beings” and that would go for me as well. Then Shah calls her a pathological liar which confuses me because, well, maybe she is and I have been tricked, too?? All I know is that I hate hate hate confrontation. I KNOW RIGHT? It seems like I love it but I would honestly be very taken aback if someone just wanted to start s–t after a pretty harmless statement like that. But perhaps Britany is a lot more malicious than we think? Clearly these girls were seeing something many of us weren’t. I mean, sure, she makes some pretty kooky statements and can sound kind of medicated (join the club) but damn, these girls do not like her.
FAST FORWARD to the challenge: Kurt asks the girls to head up to the bridal suite where yours truly introduces them to Ronnie, and oh man I loved Ronnie. Ronnie seemed like she could get down and party and would take your drunk ass up to bed and tuck you in then sneak back out and continue to own the town until the wee hours. But alas, Ronnie is getting married to celebrity chef Rick Moonen and those crazy days that I completely made up are behind her.
The girls meet Mandalay Bay’s handsome devil executive pastry chef, Vincent. They are to each bake, design, and decorate four dozen cupcakes and bring them back up to the bridal suite to present to Ronnie for her bridal shower. The cupcakes would ideally represent Ronnie, Rick and their personalities in some way.