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America's Next Top Midget is...

NICOLE!

Bitches, I called it. Okay, to be honest my pre-show guess for final 2 was Jennifer/Nicole, with Jennifer taking it all, but WHATEVER! Close enough. The Nicole/Laura final 2 was ridiculous(ly good!), although I would've preferred a Nicole/Erin finale. I love Laura though - her reaction to losing was heartbreaking. And she has a great personality.

If you're interested, you can compare the their portfolios here: Nicole and Laura.

Not gonna lie, I think this was the best season since Cycle 6 (Biracial Butterfly Jade, anyone?). Nicole absolutely deserved the win. I mean, okay, at 5'7" she's not exactly short, but she could be the textbook definition of "model." She can do both commercial and high fashion modeling, and she's stunning 99% of the time. Laura, however, is more of a commercial girl. Her face is stunning, but for modeling her body isn't quite all that, and her accent has the potential to limit her opportunities. Sad but true.

What did you all think of this season? Did Nicole deserve the win? Who was your favorite model? Are you looking forward to next season? You better be, because I fully intend to blog the shit out of that... um... er... shit. Yes. Well.

Next post: Project Runway. Who do you think will win?

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  1. um judging from this Nicole deserved it.

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  2. yesss!

    my personal favorite was Erin though. she was bitchy and beautiful - a deadly combination.

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