America's Next Top Model

The Girl Who Is A True Miss Diva

Season 6, Ep 3, Aired
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  • Episode Description
  • The girls head over to a Beverly Hills salon for their fabulous makeovers with Joel Warren and Edward Tricomi. Next, the divas-in-training meet up with celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe, who also serves as a guest judge this week, where they are challenged to show off their personal Cycle 4 winner Naima Mora drops by to give the girls an opportunity to win a $5,000 shopping spree at Nanette Lepore. This week's chilly photo shoot involves posing with ice sculptures.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jay Manuel

    Art Director/Makeup Artist

  • Tyra Banks

    Host/Judge

  • J. Alexander

    Himself

  • Rachel Zoe

    Celebrity Stylist/Guest Judge

  • Brooke Staricha

    7th Eliminated – Cycle 6

  • Fan Reviews (4)
  • Makeovers and Jade Jade Jade! Wendy goes home.

    By SurvivorFan64, Jul 18, 2008

  • I cant stand Jade!!!

    By pocahotass131, Mar 22, 2006

  • MAKE-OVER!

    By lauramat, Mar 21, 2006

  • Everyone loves the makeover ep & two divas battle it out...

    By lovegreysgeorge, Mar 16, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Miss Jay: I thought I would fade with Jade, but kind of knock some of that arrogance out of her, I think-- Nigel: Jade just needs to get laid.

    • Tyra: Brook, when we look at you we think Victoria's Secret, we think high fashion. So you know who's hair you're gonna get? Miss Jay: Mine.

    • Danielle (about Furonda's rules): Are you a prima donna? Umm...do you think you queen bee of the house?

    • Tyra: Jade, you're standing here because the judges think that you are full of excuses, that you don't take responsibility for your actions.

    • Jade: Furonda is so feeling this hair right now. When there's a mirror anywhere she's in it fixing that hair. That is a true Miss Diva.

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    Notes (3)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Czech Republic: December 24, 2011 on Prima LOVE

    • Rachel Zoe, who is best known for transforming Nicole Richie, is the guest judge this week. She is also credited for starting the 'size 00' trend and has been accused of having an obsession with anorexia.

    • Nnenna was Covergirl of the Week.

    Trivia (5)

    • Tyra reveals that her middle name is Lynne.

    • The hairstyles assigned to the girls: Kari: Bridget Bardot hair Sara: short on the sides long on the top and Brigette Nielsen Platinum Blonde. Leslie: thicker and more luscious Danielle: long hair weave with Spanish waves. Nnenna: bald Joanie: icy blond. Brooke: Giselle Bundchen hair. Wendy: more honey and delicious Gina: more cuts and angles for more high-fashioned Furonda: long hair-extensions. Mollie Sue: Mia Farrow haircut. Jade: more elfish, short blonde hair with blonde eyebrows

    • Here are their personal styles: Brooke: 1940's-50's vintage Gina: simplistic chic Mollie-Sue: mod Furonda: quirky beautiful Joanie: All-American Kari: bohemian chic Nnenna: New African Queen Sara: street chic Leslie: simplistic sexy chic Wendy: urban glam Danielle: hip-hop glam Jade: bohemian

    • Call out order: Brooke Danielle Nnenna Kari Furonda Gina Mollie Sue Leslie Sara Joanie Jade and Wendy are in the bottom two; Jade for constantly making excuses for her mediocre pictures, and Wendy for looking like a model in person but not in her photos. Wendy is ultimately eliminated.

    • This episode was named for Furonda, who Jade called "a true miss diva" because of Furonda's attitude after getting her makeover.

    Allusions (3)

    • Scary Spice Twiggy refers to Jade as Scary Spice from The Spice Girls due to her aggressive demeanor.

    • Rachel: We're in a Flashdance moment. When Wendy is having her hair watered down so it can be pulled back, Rachel references the famous scene from Flashdance where Alex is doused with water in the opening dance.

    • Black Panther Party Miss Jay suggests this "style" for Jade. The Black Panther Party was an African American organization founded to promote civil rights and self-defense in the 60's and 70's.

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