Fu with Julia
Right at the beginning of her performance, Julia makes a small mistake. Although she is already visible to Coco Rocha and Heidi, she has not yet taken a pose and is styling her hair again. Something the guest judge noted negatively: “She’s not ready. I don’t like it when I can see the silhouette still moving. You have to take your position,” slams Coco. The model did not like to perform as a doll either. “She seemed to have no clear idea of who she was.”
Journey ends for Julia
When it comes to the decision, she and fellow activists Annalotta and Julia are ahead of Heidi and Coco Rocha. “I was similar to this march,” Heidi explains. “She wasn’t really shivering. Others came with more.” Julia has done an incredible amount. “But I can see 1,000 question marks in your head, I see your insecurities, it’s been so frantic,” the model manager says. In the end, it wasn’t enough for Julia. A fact that terrified Viola: “If I have to move on now, what should I do next?” I asked her stunned while hugging Julia backstage.
In Episode 7, two candidates must go
Last week wasn’t particularly good for another model either. After her rather unassuming portrayal, Julia B. “On some of the creative things to do. And also some of the things that other people don’t necessarily do.” But Heidi’s conclusion is not very positive: “I found it mixed.” Above all, she didn’t like the situation apart from her and Coco: “I don’t really understand when models show up there.”
Laura B. you have to go
Along with Viola, Laura B must confront Heidi’s decision. “It wasn’t that easy to take pictures, even compared to the others,” explains the head of the model. She also points out the best candidates: “You have to get used to scrutinizing the jury very hard. The music is playing there.” After disqualification, Laura B. Also to pack her bags.
You can see what’s next for the other models next Thursday, March 24 at 8:15 p.m. on ProSieben and Gwen.
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