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America’s Next Top Model Cycle 18 SPOILER: Contestant Threatens To Knock Judge Kelly Cutrone Out

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America’s Next Top Model cycle 18 has done it again. This show never fails to deliver some fireworks and we will certainly see these soon. One of the models threatens to “knock out” judge Kelly Cutrone.

The brain snap happens when a makeover goes a little bit wrong, according to the model. Rumor has it that we will see the verbal altercation in tonight’s episode of America’s Next Top Model.

As the girls are forced to undergo a makeover, overseen by the illustrious Tyra Banks, one contestant, British model Louise Watts, finds it more offensive than most.

She hates her new hair-cut, the streaks of brown that now run through the underside, and guest judge, publicist Kelly Cutrone.

As she stands at the end of the runway, Cutrone tells her that she needs “to put some gratitude in your attitude, girl. My experience with you on the set was that you were very condescending and rude to me.”

Louise was not about to stand for that.

“No, no, no, no, no, you were rude to me,” she interrupts, before throwing her arms up, bursting into tears and storming off set.

The cameras follow her outside where, crying and cursing, she yells,

“I swear to God, if she were on the street I’d knock her out.”

Well, I believe her on that. But was she justified in this hissy fit? What do you think to her hair anyway?

2 Responses to “America’s Next Top Model Cycle 18 SPOILER: Contestant Threatens To Knock Judge Kelly Cutrone Out”

  1. Lin says:

    I hate Kelly Cutrone. what was ANTM thinking bringing her on the show? No one, regardless of there so-called status in society, should talk to people the way she does. I wish more people would tell her off.


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  2. Cranbrooke says:

    Why an overweight, unattractive, rude and crude woman would be a judge on this programme is amazing. Her treatment of these women is reprehensible. You don’t need to belittle and sneer at people to get them to do what you want. Nor do you have to coddle them. I am not suggesting that either. Cutrone’s attitude has consistently been one of antipathy towards most of these women. I wouldn’t listen to her either as I fear that her own degenerate appearance indicates that she has no sense of style or class.
    One can critique and guide employees, or these models as the case may be, without resorting to nasty gratuitous behaviour.


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