Thursday, April 29, 2010

Real Housewives of New York Previews

Bravo's Talk Bubble is going bi-coastal! NJ Housewives Teresa and Caroline host the East Coast live chat beginning at 9:30pm EST, while NY and OC Housewives Ramona and Tamra host the West Coast chat party at 9:30pm PST. Make sure to join the ladies tomorrow night with fellow Bravo fans at And don't forget - follow @BravoTV and Tweet using #RealHousewives during the new episode for a chance to win a KINDLE!

NYC gets even more new blood this week when Jennifer Gilbert makes her debut as a part of the group! Meanwhile, when Sonja enlists Ramona to accompany her to a plastic surgeon consultation, Ramona does not hold back in grilling the doctor about his credibility. And when Bethenny’s pregnancy is leaked all across the internet, she is forced to confront her fiancĂ© Jason with the news. Will a press-shy Jason be furious? And how will the other ‘wives react to the news?

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Real Housewives at JCPenney

This past weekend, JCPenney in Manhattan held a Denim Drive with Danny Seo and special guests Jill Zarin, Kelly Bensimon, and Countess LuAnn De Lesseps from The Real Housewives of New York who appeared to donate their jeans and have some fun with fans and the store staff.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Bravo at the Kentucky Derby!

Dina Manzo from “The Real Housewives Of New Jersey,” Jeff Lewis and Jenni Pulos from “Flipping Out,” Isaac Mizrahi from “The Fashion Show” and “Top Chef’s” Michael Voltaggio, Jennifer Carroll & Eli Kirshtein Set To Appear

NEW YORK, NY – April 26, 2010 – Bravo celebrates the Kentucky Derby with the second annual “Ladies First: Bravo at the Kentucky Derby” special live from Churchill Downs in Louisville, KY., airing on Friday, April 30 at 5 p.m. ET/PT. This one-hour special, produced by NBC Sports and hosted by Bravo’s Andy Cohen, celebrates the very best in food, fashion and the celebrity experience associated with the 136th running of the Kentucky Oaks. Dina Manzo from ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” and Jeff Lewis and Jenni Pulos from “Flipping Out” join Cohen to celebrate a day for women and to give viewers a history on the fashion and festivities before and after the Oaks race. Isaac Mizrahi, renowned designer and host of Bravo’s “The Fashion Show” will dress “Today” show correspondent Natalie Morales for the festivities, and “Top Chef” stars Michael Voltaggio, Jennifer Carroll and Eli Kirshtein will be cooking from the Infield Club.

Viewers will get to experience the thrill of the Kentucky Derby experience live from their own homes as they watch the festivities unfold – Bravo-style. From learning how to bet on horse races with “The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s” Dina Manzo, to a Derby fashion show judged by “Flipping Out’s” Jenni Pulos, viewers will get a behind-the-scenes look at everything the Kentucky Oaks has to offer. Also, the special will include a “Top Chef” cooking segment judged by “Flipping Out’s” Jeff Lewis and a countdown of the best horse moments from the “Real Housewives” franchise.

Additionally, “Top Chef: The Tour,” a state-of-the-art customized traveling kitchen with expansive space to accommodate cooks and fans alike, will make a special stop at the Kentucky Oaks in the Infield Club. The 21-city nationwide traveling tour for the No. 1 food show on cable, the Emmy and James Beard award-winning “Top Chef,” gives Bravo’s passionate fans the opportunity to interact with “chef’testants” Michael, Jennifer and Eli in Louisville in a more interactive way than ever before. Visitors of “Top Chef: The Tour,” sponsored locally by Insight Communications, will have the opportunity to sample food tastings, receive gourmet cooking tips, hear “Top Chef” show “secrets,” and get chef’testant autographs. Also, fans will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of on-site “Top Chef” activities, including a Quickfire Challenge.

Kentucky Oaks 136, the companion event to the annual Kentucky Derby, will feature a day of events to raise money and awareness for Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, the world’s largest breast cancer organization, which leads the global movement for breast cancer research, education, advocacy and community support. Churchill Downs Racetrack, host of the Kentucky Derby® and the Kentucky Oaks®, and Komen, formed a partnership to raise funds to aid in breast cancer awareness and research.

In addition, both organizations are working together to create special events throughout Oaks Day that will be featured in the “Ladies First” special, including a First Lady of Fashion Contest, a Survivors Parade and a special Kentucky Oaks winner’s circle formed by breast cancer survivors to celebrate the Kentucky Oaks winner’s victory on the track and the survivors’ victories over breast cancer. Since the official color of both the Kentucky Oaks and breast cancer awareness is pink, Churchill Downs is also staging a “Pink Out” at the track on Oaks Day and encouraging all Oaks attendees to wear pink or to incorporate pink into their attire for the day to show their support. Through the new partnership with Susan G. Komen, Churchill Downs will donate at least $100,000 to Komen by dedicating funds from Kentucky Oaks 136 general admission and reserve seating attendance.

The Countess Sings!'ve been teased long enough - the Countess LuAnn's debut single, "Money Can't Buy You Class," is here!

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This Week on 9 By Design

This week on 9 By Design, the Novogratz’s work with a house full of wrestlers who turn out to be Sixx Design’s clients from hell! When pricing and budgets get in the way of Cortney’s vision for the space, Bob receives harsh demands from the resident who just can’t take constructive criticism lightly. Stress runs high in the house, but the newest addition to the family keeps the designer’s spirits intact as they prepare for his Christening (Warning: cute overload!)

Watch tonight at 10/9c!

Catch two more clips here.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Real Housewives of New Jersey - Coming Soon!

The original Jersey girls are making a comeback! Join Teresa, Danielle, and the other Housewives as they welcome us back into the drama that is their lives. But what would a Housewife be without her estate? Bravo gives us a sneak peek into the New Jersey mansions where it all goes down. Will we see any table flipping before the season even starts? Watch and find out!

Friday, April 23, 2010

Work of Art: The Next Great Artist

Bravo’s latest stroke on the reality canvas brings Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Sarah Jessica Parker and her production company, Pretty Matches, together with the Emmy-nominated Magical Elves ("Top Chef," "Project Runway") and Eli Holzman, to produce "Work of Art: The Next Great Artist,” an hour long creative competition series among contemporary artists. "Work of Art: The Next Great Artist” will bring together fourteen aspiring artists to compete for a solo show at a nationally recognized museum and a generous cash prize.

Hosting this colorful new series is art enthusiast China Chow. She will serve on the judging panel alongside art luminaries Bill Powers, a New York Gallery owner and literary art contributor, Jerry Saltz, current art critic for New York Magazine, and Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, esteemed curator and owner of Salon94 gallery. World-renowned art auctioneer Simon de Pury adds his voice of experience as a mentor to the contestants.

In each episode, contestants are faced with the challenge of creating unique pieces in a variety of mediums such as painting, sculpture, photography, collage and industrial design. The weekly assignments are exciting, original and will challenge the artists' to push the limits of their technical skills and creative boundaries. Completed works of art will be appraised by our panel of top art world figures alongside a new celebrated guest judge every week. Through a gallery showing at the end of each challenge, these industry select dictate which artists have successfully mastered the subject matter and creation of their piece, as well as whose concept leaves the greatest impact.

"Work of Art: The Next Great Artist," is produced by Pretty Matches and Magical Elves for Bravo. Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alison Benson and Eli Holzman serve as executive producers.

Following are the 14 Artists competing on the series:
* Abdi - 23, Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
* Amanda - 35, Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
* Erik - 31, Hometown: Homer Glen, Ill.
* Jaclyn - 26, Hometown: Miami, Fla.
* Jaime Lynn - 25, Hometown: Lawton, Okla.
* John - 40, Hometown: Dekalb Ill.
* Judith - 62, Hometown: Albany, N.Y.
* Mark - 32, Hometown: Santa Maria, Calif.
* Miles - 23, Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn.
* Nao - 46, Hometown: San Joaquin, Calif.
* Nicole - 25, Hometown: New York, N.Y.
* Ryan - 27, Hometown: Libertyville, Ill.
* Trong - 38, Hometown: Saigon, Vietnam
* Peregrine - 33, Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.

Work of Art will air Wednesdays on Bravo (10-11 p.m. ET) and will premiere on June 9th at 11 p.m. ET, after the finale of Top Chef Masters.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Real Housewives of NY at JC Penney!

This Saturday, April 24th from 9am-6pm, JCPenney in Manhattan will be hosting a Denim Drive with Danny Seo (eco stylist) to benefit Goodwill Industries. Joining Danny this Saturday will be ladies from The Real Housewives of New York City, Jill Zarin, Kelly Bensimon and LuAnn De Lesseps to donate their denim.

The first 100 people to donate their denim will receive a $25 gift card to put toward their next new pair of jeans. The first 500 people will receive a reusable tote bag.

If you attend the event, we'd love to hear about your experience!

Real Housewives of New York Previews

Want to chat with new housewife Sonja Morgan? Make sure to join Bravo's Talk Bubble [] tomorrow night where you can talk live with Sonja starting at 9:30/8:30c! And don't forget - follow @BravoTV and Tweet using #RealHousewives during the new episode for a chance to win a Flip MinoHD!

Jill, her sister, and their mother prepare for their upcoming book release and take a trip down memory lane in the process. Ramona sits down with her daughter Avery to give her the news of her and Mario’s marriage renewal. But when Ramona asks Avery to be her maid-of-honor, will she accept the task? Meanwhile, Kelly joins Sonja and LuAnn in the Hamptons for gossipy dishing about romance, marriage and under-the-covers relations. Later, all the ladies attend Kelly's party, where Bethenny springs breaking news on them and dramas revolve around Jill.

Find two more previews here.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Millionaire Matchmaker LIVE Reunion!

Thanks for your support in this juicy and somewhat addicting season of Millionaire Matchmaker. After a dramatic season full of egos, complexes, and eccentric personalities, Patti sits down with Andy Cohen and this season’s most controversial bachelors and bachelorettes to hash it all out LIVE. Reality TV doesn’t get more real than this! Don’t miss this candid reunion session where anything can happen, tonight April 20, 9/8c!

Do you have a question for Patti? Submit questions here, and Andy may ask YOUR question LIVE on-air!:

Monday, April 19, 2010

The Coolest House on TV!

Personally, I am LOVING "9 By Design."

Camila at the 45th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards

Camila Alves with babydaddy Matthew McConaughey on the orange carpet at the Academy of Country Music Awards. The big question is - why?

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Real Housewives of New York Tonight!

We're gearing up for one heck of a prize next week. But in the meantime, we're giving away another $250 Amex gift card for Thursday's episode! Follow @BravoTV and Tweet using #RealHousewives starting at 10/9c to be automatically entered to win. And as always, make sure to participate in the live-chat event at!

Meet divorcee Sonja Morgan: a fan of shopping, sex, & plastic surgery. Sonja doesn’t apologize for living life on her terms – will she fit in with the rest of the ladies, or will she clash with some of the stronger personalities? Meanwhile, Ramona has a surprise for Mario where she prepares a romantic setting at home to propose that they renew their wedding vows. And, LuAnn meets up with Jill to divulge about a potential new suitor in her life. Will Jill give her seal of approval?

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Millionaire Matchmaker Finale

We’ve met dorky boys, rude boys, handsome boys and girly boys but what’s one thing they all have in common: money! Tonight we say goodbye to Patti, her team, and catalog of millionaires on the season finale of Millionaire Matchmaker.

BRAVO’s Millionaire Matchmaker *Season 3 Finale* Tuesday 4/13 @ 10/9c – Patti’s got two bachelors from the opposite ends of the spectrum on her hands for her final matchmaking mission of the season: Greg is a 30-something bachelor who has been engaged many times but never to the “right” woman, thus causing him to run from the altar each time. Can Patti find him the perfect match to truly last? And he’s baaack! Patti’s most disdainful bachelor, Zagros, wants a second go-around in the Millionaires Club, but after blatantly breaking Patti’s no-sex rule last time, she is very hesitant to take him on again. Is Zagros changed man?

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Monday, April 12, 2010

Blogging Bravo Interview with Matthew Morris

Shear Genius season three finalist Matthew Morris talks about his experience on the Bravo Show.

Click here for the podcast.

Thank you Matthew.

Thursday, April 08, 2010

Shear Genius 2 on Shear Genius 3 - Charlie Price

Shear Genius 3 Blog- FINALE!


While I am wrecked that it is over I thought the finale was fantastic! My prediction came true (yet again) and it came down to Brig and Janine – I love when an epic rivalry comes to a crescendo! Kinda like a porn movie but infinitely more satisfying, no? So lets dispense with fineries and start talking shit shall we?

THE CHALLENGE- I was thrilled as a SG fan and jealous as a former contestant. Creating hair for a famous fashion designer and sending it down a runway is the ultimate final challenge. Henry Duarte is no John Galliano-LOL- but he does epitomize high end Sunset Strip style glamour. His boutique is very cool, Rocker style at its best!

Camila nailed it on the head with her observations, which made me wonder why she waited until the end of the series to speak up. Janine rehashed one of the tried and true signature pin sets of Trevor Sorbie without even the slightest tweak. Camila was right to call her on it.

Jonathon – While I appreciated him replacing his usual date-raper look with a dapper white tux jacket his judging was at its nadir. He has no taste, no industry credibility, and wouldn’t understand nuance if it was dancing naked like a lap dancer in front of his dumb ass.

Kim Vo –WOW! Miss Vo finally snapped to his senses and complimented a contestant. Brig no less! Honey, stop the presses! I agree with my favorite tranny for once. What a pleasant surprise. I hope it wasn’t a one-time only idiot savant moment.

Linda Wells-She was right on the money! She gave authoritative and articulate critiques and put Jonathon squarely in his place. If there was anyone on that show who could it was she! Go lady! LW puts the head in head bitch!

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You can find Charlie at Click Salon in Denver and on his Web site

Blogging Bravo Interview with Brig Van Osten

Shear Genius Season Three Champion, Brig Van Osten talks about her experience on the Bravo show.

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Thank you and congratulations, Brig!

Blogging Bravo Interview with Janine Jarman

Shear Genius Season Three finalist, Janine Jarman talks about her experience on the show.

Click here for the podcast.

Click here for Janine's website.

Thanks Janine!

Congratulations, Brig!

And a hearty congratulations goes to Brig Van Osten for being Shear Genius! She really was the one to watch throughout the whole competition, not just for her styling ability but for her high entertainment factor. In a competition ruled by two stylists whom Brig dubbed "the Wonder Twins," it was hard to imagine that the underdog would take it all in the end. And we're glad she did.

Brig, you wowed the judges with your innovative laminated styles. Kim Vo seemed especially impressed by your use of color. Linda Wells was thrilled by all of it, and Camila seemed to be as well. Only Jonathan Antin wanted to rain on your parade, but fortunately for you Mr Crankypants' vote was overruled by those of the other judges.

We're looking forward to seeing more of your work in the future, and we hope you'll drop by Blogging Bravo in the future to chat.

This post is for positive comments only. If you have anything negative to say about Brig or her work, or any of the other stylists, you may do so here.

Reactions to the Shear Genius Season 3 Finale

Well another season of Shear Genius has come and gone, and as usual, not without a bit of drama. And we like drama, don't we? ::::heads nodding::::

For the final challenge, Brig and the Wonder Twins were asked to style the hair of six models for a runway show for fashion designer Henry Duarte (who looked like what Lou Costello might have looked like had he been cast on the Addams Family). During their consultations with Duarte, somehow all three came up with the term "futuristic" to describe their concepts.

Back at the salon, Camila brings out six former contestants and allows Brig first choice of her assistants for the challenge (because she won last week's Elimination). She goes for Faatemah and April. Janine ends up with Yawn and Arzo, and Matthew gets Brian and Amy. They have three hours to do preliminary styling, including color, and three and one half more hours the next day before the show to finish their styles.

Brig decides to "laminate" her models' hair with tape, adding bits of multi-colored extensions. Janine goes for the frizzy look, and Matthew is all over the place with pretty much a different look for each of his models.

When all of the models finally come down the runway, I think all of the stylists have been smoking crack. And then when the judges make their proclamations, I think they're the crack suppliers. All but Jonathan raved about Brig's work, which was indeed new and exciting and innovative. The judges were divided over Matthew's and Janine's looks and it was pretty obvious who was going to get the win.

Gotta admit I was thrilled - thrilled - when Matthew was eliminated first. Ha! And then after a long commercial break, Camila announced that Brig, crazy Brig of the Yellow Hair was the WINNER. YESSSS! Gotta love an underdog.

So what did you think about the finale? Did you think Brig deserved the win? Or did one of the Wonder Twins? Please leave a comment!

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Shear Genius 3 Finale Tonight

The third season comes to a close as the final three stylists team up with fashion designer Henry Duarte for their biggest challenge yet: each will have to style six models for a fashion show where the designer will debut Duarte’s new line of edgy rock-and-roll inspired clothing.

And of course, it wouldn’t be a finale without a guest appearance. A few familiar faces return to assist the final three in this no-holds-barred, two day long challenge. Editor-in-chief of Allure Magazine Linda Wells rejoins as the final guest judge.

Who will “wow” both her and the judges to be named “Shear Genius”? To find out, tune in for BRAVO’s Shear Genius 3 *Season Finale* Wednesday 4/7 @ 10/9c. More Info:

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Such a Lady

Real Housewives of New York's Kelly Killoren Bensimon proudly shows off her hooters and her hoo-hah at the 8th Annual "Dressed to Kilt" charity fashion show in NY. I'm questioning her taste level here....

Tonight on Millionaire Matchmaker

Tonight on Millionaire Matchmaker, Patti is offered a breath of fresh air - her bachelors are actually nice…and generous! How will she cope with this lack of cockiness? Check out bachelor number one:

Patti’s other client is a young internet CFO who simply has no game so Patti decides to take him for a hip-hop dance lesson to get him loosened up. This very well might be the funniest clip of the season:

Monday, April 05, 2010

Christian Siriano is Having a Moment

Whether you’ve seen his work at Saks, New York Fashion Week, or on the red carpet, there’s no denying that designer Christian Siriano has made fashion synonymous to Fierce. The Project Runway favorite has managed to stand out in the pool of hopeful fashion designers earning the respect of dozens of A-listers in the industry with no signs of slowing down. In this special, we get a glimpse into the life of the mini-mogul and his tireless journey to the top. It will all culminate in the high-pressure buyer meetings where Siriano will learn whether all of his hard work will pay off. Can Christian handle his new, high-profile life? Find out tonight, 4/5 @ 10/9c only on Bravo. More info:

Friday, April 02, 2010

Shear Genius 2 on Shear Genius 3 - Charlie Price

Final Four

Hey freaks! Sorry I was away for a week, I was doing a Shear Genius All – Stars event at America’s Beauty Show in Chicago. It was a mini runway show during The Stylist’s Choice Awards with Nicole and myself from season 2 and Daisy and Ben from season 1! Here is my belated report on the goings on of season 3. My prediction for the final three came true –Matthew, Janine and Brig. It was really the only combo that has any cool dynamic. I knew they would get rid of Jon –he grew on me for sure but just wasn’t quite scandalous enough for the big finale.

The Judges:
Camila – Wow! She was even boring in her “getting to know you” chats with the stylists while they did her hair. I did like her updo in the elimination challenge. She certainly does have a head of hair to contend with too bad that’s all that is formidable about her. Her sweet nature and lovely personality just don’t “cut it”.

Jonathan-He acted so stupid when he was flabbergasted by Brig’s wacky updos. Hasn’t he ever picked up a fashion or hair magazine? He makes me nuts. I would love to judge his work.

Kim Vo – Everyone’s favorite tranny was mellow this week, maybe his meds were finally working. He also didn’t give us the scary snake tongue, which was a relief.

Oribe-The Cuban hair god did a good job, he looks good and I liked his comments. What was up with his voice though? Maybe he was out partying with Kim Vo all night before filming.

The Final Three

Janine: She is the most well rounded in a technical sense. I think her only problem is that she is focused so much on street fashion that her work isn’t as tasteful as it could be, she should either be more well rounded or more rock n roll. I think it will come down to Janine and Brig in the final two simply because of the feud between the two glorious gals.

Matthew: He has the best taste and does gorgeous high fashion styling. He does himself a disservice when he gives himself names like “The Natural” however. He should emphasize his prowess on photo shoots and agility with long sexy hair not give himself silly vague titles that don’t speak to his considerable talents. He has the best shot of acing the final fashion show challenge due to his years backstage at NY fashion week. This is precisely why he may not tho. They do love their little twists at Bravo.

Brig: She is the fun wild card. She brings life to the show and brands herself perfectly. Honey- she aint for everyone but who is? I think It remains a toss up between Janine and Brig for the big check! I hope they yell, scream and cry and claw each other’s eyes out in the final moments.

I am dying to find out who gets to wear the crown but I also don’t want it to end. I will even miss Kim Vo but then again I can just look toward Beverly Hills and see Kim Vos lips on the horizon and I will know that my trashy reality roots are always showing. Ms Vo and I will never truly part. OK bitches I must go think up some more ridiculous hair puns for my final blog! Toodles! XOXO

You can find Charlie at Click Salon in Denver and on his Web site

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Blogging Bravo Interview with Jon Steinick

Shear Genius stylist Jon Steinick talks about his experience on the Bravo show. A highlight: Jon loves the Real Housewives!

Click here for the podcast. Thank you Jon.

Real Housewives of New York Previews

Tonight, on RHNY:

Project Brig!

Our favorite yellow-haired Shear Genius stylist, Brig Van Osten is getting her own spin-off show!

Tentatively called "Project Brig," the reality show will follow The Brigster as she operates her salon and launches her line of giant hair accessories, "Brig's Bows."

Filming begins this summer with a fall premiere on Bravo. Click here for the full press release.

BB Love to Jon

In this week's competition, Jon didn't impress the judges with his styles. Although he did a fantastic job on the lady with the thin hair, they criticized his choice of color. And even though he gave his other model a rich, realistic auburn tint, the judges didn't feel she looked sexy enough. 

It must be hard to take when you're told that your personal style is "wrong," but Jon took it with amazing good grace, with aplomb. He was a great competitor and we are very sorry to see him leave.

This post is for positive comments about Jon. If you have anything negative to say about him and hisr work, or about any other aspect of the show, please do so here.

Congratulations, Brig!

Well, well - Brig is in the final three! Congratulations to her for not allowing herself to be intimidated by the other competitors, for remaining true to herself and her own personal style. Great work!

This week's Elimination Challenge proved that Brig is a force to be reckoned with, and we're happy to see her continue on in the competition. Next week should prove to be interesting, and exciting.

This post is for positive comments about Brig. If you have anything negative to say about her and her work, or about any other aspect of the show, please do so here.

Reactions to Shear Genius 3 Episode 9

Last night, on Shear Genius, the four remaining stywis were given a tough customer for the Short Cut Challenge - Camila Alves. They each had 45 minutes to style her rat's nest hair into something appropriate for an event. Camila was quite the backseat driver during the process, and even after each style was done she had harsh criticism for it. She thought Brig's updo wasn't age appropriate. "I'm a mom," says Camila. Yeah, but you're 28. Hardly a severe old fossil.

In the end - of course, could it be any other way? - Matthew was given the win.

On to the Elimination Challenge: with a win in the Short Cut, Matthew gets the advantage of choosing his models first. Yes, I said, "models." The challenge involved styling 2 models and themselves for a mini-portfolio of signature looks. In 2.5 hours. All four of the stylists had struggled with the 45 minute time limit for Camila's hair, and all they had to do was style it (even though she did need some serious root touch-up) so two-and-one-half hours doesn't seem like enough time to color, cut, and style two and maybe three people.  But what's a competition show without scenes of people panicking about not finishing in time?

Brig, bless her heart, goes right for the crazy by winding multicolored extensions around her model's heads. Janine goes for an afro and a short-on-one-side-long-on-the-other 'do with purple tips. Matthew takes one of his models who already has perfect blonde hair and makes it super-blonde and curls it out to.......there. His other model has heavy bangs which make her look sleepy. Finally Yawn does a really nice job of adding extensions to a woman with very thin hair but his second look is somewhat mundane.

Although incredulous at first, the judges all came around to Brig's way of thinking. Even guest judge Oribe (whose mere presence made the stylists pee their pants in awe) thought she really showed who Brig was as a stylist. It was down to her and Matthew and just when you start thinking that Matthew is going to get the win...Brig does!

That leaves Janine and Yawn as the bottom two, and the result is pretty obvious - time for Yawn to pack his scissors and go. Even if he had done a fabulous job on both styles, we all knew that Janine was not going to be eliminated, right?

So what did you think about this episode? Please let us know in the comments.