SPOILER ALERT: My Episode 4 Recap of The Face for SheKnows

Coco has a rough start this week because only Stephanie and I are left, but it was a huge relief to see that Coco is the one judging our test shoot. At least, it was until I found out dancing was involved. Learning the dance was easy enough for everyone, except Devyn. She was not having it.
I think Jocelyn and I must have taken dance lessons at the same school because we were completely confused, uncoordinated and unimpressive. Coco, I don’t blame you for being disappointed — I sucked. If only I’d figured out that I was supposed to do the choreography in place, this might have turned out differently for me.
Ebony, on the other hand, wasn’t helping much by going first and completely killing it. Are you serious?! That girl can dance. Pretty sure I knew who the winner was before I watched the rest of us do our much less exciting renditions of Salim’s routine. Ebony ended up winning. Shocker! She totally deserved it, though. Good job, Eb!
Next up was the Marshall’s campaign where we are all introduced to Jen Rade, Marshall’s “Super Fan.” I think Stephanie could give that title a run for its money. But in all seriousness, Jen Rade calls herself “The Wicked Witch of Wardrobe,” which I believe is much more fitting and would have been great to know before working with her.

Continue reading…. you don’t want to miss what’s next—-> HERE

SPOILER ALERT: My Episode 4 Recap of The Face for SheKnows

Coco has a rough start this week because only Stephanie and I are left, but it was a huge relief to see that Coco is the one judging our test shoot. At least, it was until I found out dancing was involved. Learning the dance was easy enough for everyone, except Devyn. She was not having it.

I think Jocelyn and I must have taken dance lessons at the same school because we were completely confused, uncoordinated and unimpressive. Coco, I don’t blame you for being disappointed — I sucked. If only I’d figured out that I was supposed to do the choreography in place, this might have turned out differently for me.

Ebony, on the other hand, wasn’t helping much by going first and completely killing it. Are you serious?! That girl can dance. Pretty sure I knew who the winner was before I watched the rest of us do our much less exciting renditions of Salim’s routine. Ebony ended up winning. Shocker! She totally deserved it, though. Good job, Eb!

Next up was the Marshall’s campaign where we are all introduced to Jen Rade, Marshall’s “Super Fan.” I think Stephanie could give that title a run for its money. But in all seriousness, Jen Rade calls herself “The Wicked Witch of Wardrobe,” which I believe is much more fitting and would have been great to know before working with her.

Continue reading…. you don’t want to miss what’s next—-> HERE

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