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You’ve seen the trailer, and you’ve most likely been dreading taking your little ones to this movie during the holiday weekend. But in truth, there is nothing to dread. Frozen is a nod to Disney classics while subverting expectations; it’s surprising and, of course, it will warm your heart.
This week, in part two of the season finale, we were supposed to find out which of the three finalists has already been taken out of the running for the grand prize. We know Jourdan has to be safe, because there has to be a guy and a girl in the final two, and Tyra announces that her competitor is Marvin. It’s disappointing because Corey is different and awesome and obviously the best person, but it is unsurprising. Marvin is conventional and a typical male model, so of course he has a lot of fans. Corey still gets to walk in the fashion show, but he is pretty broken up about his elimination, so he really has to push through for some fierceness.
The season four premiere of Lost Girl made the case for a show headlined by Ksenia Solo — and it exceeded expectations. Due to a real life pregnancy, Anna Silk had to sit out of the major duties for the premiere (and perhaps the next episode, too), and while Bo was greatly missed, I can’t lie and say that I wasn’t at all entertained by this episode.
After last week’s double elimination, the top 5 is noticeably on edge. Jordyn is upset that Nina got sent home, so she decides to share her Tyra Suite winnings with Corey, who was also close with Nina. Those two, along with Renee, call out Chris for being fake and dragging Nina down. Renee goes so far as to claim there is a special place in hell for him. An argument ensues, and Chris just explodes while Renee and Jordyn laugh and Corey just gives him some piercing smize eyes. Boy is fabulous and just can’t control it, even in a fight. Chris tries to run to Marvin for support, but really we’re all sick of his schtick at this point.