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20 August 2010
Alexandra Burke – Start Without You (feat. Laza Morgan)
Jay Sean feat. Nicki Minaj – 2012 (It Ain’t The End)
The Script – For The First Time
Kate Nash – I Hate Seagulls
Kris Allen – The Truth
McFly – Party Girl
14 August 2010
Top 3: Gretchen, Valerie and Andy
To watch Project Runway 8 Episode 3, click HERE, like for real.
13 August 2010
The Wanted – All Time Low
Flo Rida – Club Can’t Handle Me (feat. David Guetta)
The Hoosiers – Choices
Linkin Park – The Catalyst
Kanye West – See Me Now (feat. Beyonce and Charlie Wilson)
Good Charlotte – Like It’s Her Birthday
Lauren Froderman and Pasha Kovalev – Cha-Cha-Cha (“Not Myself Tonight” by Christina Aguilera), choreographed by Tony Meredith and Melanie LaPatin
Kent Boyd and Allison Holker – Contemporary (“Sundrenched World” by Joshua Radin), choreographed by Stacey Tookey
Lauren Froderman and Robert Roldan – Contemporary (“That Home” by The Cinematic Orchestra), choreographed by Dee Caspary
Lauren Froderman and Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss – Hip-Hop (“Power” by Kanye West), choreographed by Napoleon and Tabitha D’umo
Robert Roldan and Mark Kanemura – Jazz (“Whip It” by Devo), choreographed by Tyce Diorio
Robert Roldan and Kathryn McCormick – Broadway (“Cool” from West Side Story), choreographed by Spencer Liff
Kent Boyd and Lauren Gottlieb – Bollywood
Kent Boyd and Lauren Froderman – Jazz
Kent Boyd and Robert Roldan – Malevos
Winner of So You Think You Can Dance (Season 7):
2nd Place: Kent Boyd
3rd Place: Robert Roldan
10 August 2010
In a nutshell: Aspiring writer Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) is engaged to New York restauranteur Victor (Gael Garcia Bernal). His hectic schedule meant that a trip to Tuscany has to serve as a pre-wedding honeymoon. Sophie feels neglected and lonely until she meets the secretaries of Juliet, the women who answer the letters left in the Verona courtyard of Shakespeare's heroine.
Sophie discovers a letter left there in 1957, and her reply prompts Claire (Vanessa Redgrave) and her grandson Charlie (Christopher Egan) to arrive in search of Claire's long lost love Lorenzo.
Nevertheless, this movie is a guilty pleasure for the romantics.
09 August 2010
The designers were asked to design a look exemplifying what they thought was the vibe of Marie Claire magazine. The winner of the challenge would have their look put on a billboard to advertise Marie Claire. Also, each designer was taken to a photo shoot to have their look photographed for a feel of what it would look like editorial-wise.
The Top Half [click image to enlarge!]
Valerie – Loved the collar, loved the colour palette. This was the clear-cut winner in my opinion.
Christopher – Minor adjustments to the look of the skirt would’ve improved the overall aesthetic.
Casanova – This was a GREAT improvement from the previous challenge. Chic, elegant and sophisticated. Some might find it too much of the 80s though.
Mondo – He obviously thought about the photo shoot, but the polka dot bib seriously shouldn’t be there.
Michael C – A simple and flirty dress, though it didn’t particularly address the challenge requirement.
Gretchen – Other than the intriguing low neckline, I thought this jumpsuit shouldn’t have been the winning outfit. Don’t see how this depicts a Marie Claire woman.
Andy – The top was pretty and feminine, with well-tailored sleeves. Quite ambivalent about the pants though - it has a fluid and modern feel, but doesn’t come together well with the elegance of the top.
Michael D – I like the texture of the fabric. The look would’ve been nicer if the suit extended beyond the crotch area.
The Bottom Half
April – I see some fitting problems there with her right breast. Very dull – the colours don’t compliment each other very well.
Ivy – Absolute blah.
Sarah – She looked pregnant. Yellow shoes totally didn’t help in the styling!
A.J – Too grunge. The fitting was terrible, and he concurred with that as well, that the bottom of the dress looked as if the model was impregnated by some alien creature.
Nicholas – The skirt was nicely designed, but the cape and blouse ruined it all.
Peach – Stodgy and matronly. Not flattering at all.
Kristin – Terrible colour palette. All the material seems to be thrown onto the model.
Jason – I’d let the picture speak for itself. And to think he blamed his model for not selling his awful and bulky design.
Eliminated: Jason and Nicholas
The better routines
#1 - Kent Boyd and Neil Haskell (Contemporary, left) - "How It Ends" by DeVotchKa, Choreographed by Travis Wall
Eliminated: Adechike Tolbert
Final Three (from left): Robert Roldan, Lauren Froderman, Kent Boyd
04 August 2010
Mark Ronson and The Business Intl – Bang Bang Bang
Diana Vickers – The Boy Who Murdered Love
David Guetta and Chris Willis feat. Fergie and LMFAO – Getting’ Over You
Plan B – She Said
Taio Cruz – Dynamite
Shontelle – Impossible
The Pretty Reckless – Make Me Wanna Die
Professor Green feat. Lily Allen – Just Be Good To Green
Plan B – Prayin’
Nicki Minaj – Your Love
HURTS – Better Than Love
Lee Ryan – I Am Who I Am
01 August 2010
Contestant and All-Star pairings [No idea why they aren't letting me embed the videos! Click on links to view]
Billy and Ade – Contemporary (“Mad World” by Michael Andrews feat. Gary Jules), Choreographed by Stacey Tookey
Robert and Kathryn – Contemporary (“Heaven is a Place on Earth” by Katie Thompson), Choreographed by Stacey Tookey
Kent and Anya – Cha-Cha (“My First Kiss” by 3OH!3 feat. Ke$ha ), Choregoraphed by Jean-Marc and France Genereux
Lauren and Allison – Broadway (“Who’s Got The Pain” by Damn Yankees), Choreographed by Tyce Diorio
Adechike and Courtney – Jazz (“Manteca” by Dizzy Gillespie), Choreographed by Tyce Diorio
Jose and Comfort – Hip-Hop (“Try a Little Tenderness” by Otis Redding), Choreographed by Marty Kudelka and Dana Wilson
Robert and Billy – Bollywood (“Ganesh” by Bombay Dreams), Choreographed by Nakul Dev Mahajan
Kent and Jose – Broadway (“From This Moment On” by Kiss Me Kate), Choreographed by Spencer Liff
Lauren and Adechike – Foxtrot (“Fever” by Beyonce), Choregoraphed by Jean-Marc and France Genereux
Bottom 3: Jose, Billy and Lauren
Eliminated: Billy Bell, Jose Ruiz
For their first challenge, the designers were asked to take an article of clothing from their suitcase, and incorporate it into their final design. They were then asked pass their article of clothing to the designer standing to the right of them.
The Good (from L to R):
To watch this episode, click here.
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