America's Next Top Model

The Girls Are 1940's Pin-Ups

Season 5, Ep 7, Aired 10/26/05
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  • Episode Description
  • The girls have two photo shoots this week; a black and white shot by Tyra and a 1940's pinup theme with a Ford Fusion.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Bre Scullark

    Contestant - Cycle 5

  • Nik Pace

    Contestant - Cycle 5

  • Jay Manuel

    Art Director/Makeup Artist

  • Jayla Rubinelli

    Contestant - Cycle 5

  • Kim Stolz

    Contestant - Cycle 5

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • "This is the girliest I've ever seen you."

    By TRUE_halliwell, Apr 11, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • Miss Jay: (to Kim) You've bought a ticket, you've gotten on the Gender Bender bus, and now you have to get off. Push the bell, girl. Pick a stop.

    • Tyra: There's one thing that my mother doesn't like, when she's telling somebody something and they go, "Ok...ok...ok..." It's defensive and you do it every single week, and it's not likeable and you're a sweet girl. Nicole: Ok.

    • Nik: I wanted Nigel to believe that I look sexy in this dress, and I feel like I'm sexy. Nigel: I'm a believer.

    • Ruth (winding Bree into her corset): Let me know when you can't breathe, and I'll keep doing it a tiny bit more.

    • Tyra (about Lisa's picture): So she's managed to scrunch her brow and leave that lip relaxed. That's hard. That's like--muscle. Twiggy: That's amazing, that is hard. Tyra (to Miss Jay): Can you do it? Miss Jay: Child, with these lips?

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    Notes (2)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Czech Republic: November 13, 2011 on Prima LOVE

    • Nik was voted the covergirl of the week when this episode originally aired.

    Trivia (2)

    • Kyle was eliminated this week, because her face was not strong enough.

    • The contestants shot ads for Ford Fusion this week.

    Allusions (2)

    • Rocky Lisa jogging with her fists in the air is a reference to the movie Rocky.

    • Vargas Girls The 1940's models known as Vargas Girls were made popular by painter Alberto Vargas, who became an icon for his World War II era pin-ups for Esquire magazine.

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