donderdag 13 oktober 2011

Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian Turn Runway Judges On America's Top Model (TEXT)

From reality queens to model scouts: Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian turn runway judges on America's Top Model

They are better known for being the queens of U.S. reality television on a slew of popular programmes.
But Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian showed they have yet more strings to their bows as they turned judges for a section of tonight's edition of America's Top Model.
The sisters appeared to judge the group of contestants in the 17th cycle of the show as they strutted down a catwalk in Santa Monica sporting clothes from the Kardashian collection, sold in Sears.

 
 

The sisters met the excited contestants before the show, where they revealed that the winner of the contest would win a 'head to toe' outfit from their collection.
'We are obviously so excited to have you model for our collection,' Kim told the girls, some of whom were equally thrilled.
'The Kardashians are a huge brand,' said model Dominique Reighard. 'To be able to wear their clothing line should be huge on Top Model.'



'The Kardashians are the biggest, hottest thing, so to wear their clothes will be amazing,' added model Laura Kirkpatrick.
'Strut your stuff and be yourselves,' Khloe told the models.
'I'm ready to see these ladies rocking it out with confidence,' she added to model judge Miss J Alexander.
 
The ladies then each strutted down the beach, stepped on to a moving carousel before stepping out onto the runway, each with varying degrees of success in the Kardashians' sky high heels. Joining Kim, Khloe and Koutney in the audience were mother and stepfather Kris and Bruce Jenner, who each seemed to be enjoying the day.
The clothes the models wore included a distinctive animal print Kardashian animal print dress and black waistcoat, along with towering black heels.
Good luck: Khloe spoke about the sisters' collection before the show commenced on Santa Monica beach



Another sported a tight clinging black bandage dress, while one wore baggy cropped shimmering grey trousers, a cropped colourful bra top and black blazer.
But the Kardashian sisters couldn't decide on a winner, instead choosing models Lisa D'Amato and Bre Scullark to take home the prize.
'Everyone rocked our clothes,' Kourtney told them. 'We're so proud of the way our clothes looked.'


 'You really did the Kardashian collection justice. We loved it,' added Kim.
The series, which airs on The CW, features non-winning models from 12 of the show's previous 16 cycles, with ten remaining in tonight's contest.
The final triumphant girl's winnings will include a spread for Italian Vogue and blog, plus a $100,000 contract for Cover Girl cosmetics.


The show went on to feature the usual mix of bitchy comments and rivalry between the girls, with Bianca Golden being called out for her attitude by Miss J and blaming it on models Lisa and Shannon Ratliff.
However, they were soon distracted by the arrival of another celebrity judge.
La Toya Jackson arrived as the girls were informed they would be channelling her late brother Michael in a special photoshoot.
The girls all posed as different incarnations of the King of Pop, with the 'Bad' era covered, alongside the Jackson Five 70s style and a Thriller-esque pose.


It was left to La Toya to judge who she thought was the best photograph, picking Laura Kirkpatrick as the best.
However, in a final twist, La Toya told the final two girls, Lisa and Angelea Preston that neither of them would be going home, in honour of her brother's legacy of 'love'.
Meanwhile, as the Kardashian special aired, Kim was out and about in Dubai with her mother Kris Jenner, sporting a distinctive outfit of jade skirt, sleeveless yellow top and nude platform heels.

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