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She's Got the Look
Genre Reality television
Presented by Kim Alexis
(2008-2009)
Brooke Burke
(2010-present)
Judges Beverly Johnson
(2008-2009)
Robert Verdi
(2008-present)
Sean Patterson
(2008-present)
Rosumba Williams
(2010-present)
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
Production
Executive producer(s) Allison Grodner
Keith Cox
Sal Maniaci
Sean Patterson
Corey Preston
Producer(s) Jeff Nucera
Brandon Panaligan
Ryan Simpkins
Running time 60 mins.
Broadcast
Original channel TV Land
Original airing June 4, 2008
External links
Official website

She's Got the Look is a reality series created for and aired on TV Land, a cable channel originally created to showcase classic TV shows. Hosted by model Kim Alexis, twenty women compete to become the next great supermodel 35 years or older.[1] Celebrity judges, Robert Verdi, Sean Patterson and Rosumba Williams whittle down the cast of twenty until they find the one who has ‘the look.’ Beverly Johnson was a judge for the first two seasons. The winner receives a lucrative modeling contract with the world famous Wilhelmina Models, Inc and a photo spread for Self.

TV Land’s nationwide search, which included months of online submissions, auditions and regional competitions in Los Angeles, Atlanta and New York City resulted in flying twenty contenders to New York. These semi-finalists were put to the test of expressing themselves and their fashion know-how. Ten finalists were then selected to live in a loft and compete in challenges such as photo shoots, runway competitions and tests on their fashion sense. At the conclusion of the competition, one woman is crowned the ultimate winner.

The series premiered on June 4, 2008 with six back-to-back episodes. A second season aired in 2009.

Contents

Host and Judges

Kim Alexis, Supermodel. A supermodel that has graced the cover of over 500 magazines, hosted numerous TV specials and series, and acted in several films.

Beverly Johnson, Supermodel. The first African American to appear on the cover of Vogue magazine, Johnson was named one of the 20th century’s “100 Most Influential People in the Fashion Industry” by The New York Times.

Robert Verdi, Celebrity Stylist. Celebrated for his keen eye and witty commentary as the red carpet correspondent and fashion columnist, Verdi is also one of Hollywood’s most sought-after stylists, whose clients include Eva Longoria and Hugh Jackman.

Sean Patterson, President of Wilhelmina Models. Sean Patterson has helped launch and foster the careers of stars like Fergie, Mark Vanderloo and Gabriel Aubry.

Season 1

Contestants

Call-Out Order

Ep. 1 Ep. 2 Ep. 3 Ep. 4 Ep. 5 Ep. 6
1 Roxanne Bahia Hope Celeste Bahia Tanya Tanya
2 Celeste Celeste Tanya Karin Celeste Karin Karin
3 Sharon Tanya Celeste Tanya Tanya Bahia Bahia
4 Paula Melissa Melissa Bahia Karin Celeste
5 Kathy Roxanne Bahia Hope Hope
6 Karin Paula Karin Melissa
7 Bahia Hope Roxanne Roxanne
8 Melissa Karin Paula
9 Tanya Sharon
10 Hope Kathy
     The contestant won the competition.
     The contestant won the leg-up challenge.
     The contestant was eliminated.
  • In Episode 2, Kathy was called after Paula but was eliminated, leaving Hope, Karin, and Sharon as-then uncalled. Sharon was ultimately eliminated among those three.
  • In Episode 4, Roxanne was called after Tanya but was eliminated, leaving Bahia, Hope, and Melissa as-then uncalled. Melissa was ultimately eliminated among those three.

Season 2

On September 16, 2008, TV Land announced casting for Season 2 of the series. Open casting calls were held in Los Angeles on September 29, 2008, in Dallas on October 2, 2008, in Chicago on October 6, 2008 and in New York City on October 8, 2008.[2][3] On June 11, 2009, TV Land aired the first episode of Season 2. Eleven semi-finalists were chosen instead of the traditional ten. [4]

Contestants

Call-Out Order

Ep. 1 Ep. 2 Ep. 3 Ep. 4 Ep. 5 Ep. 6 Ep. 7 Ep. 8
1 Dolores Dolores Theresa Cindy Cindy Shelly Cindy Cindy
2 Jamie LeeAnne Sandy Theresa Dolores Cindy LeeAnne Theresa
3 Sandy Rachel LeeAnne Dolores Jamie LeeAnne Theresa LeeAnne
4 Cindy Theresa Jamie Jamie Theresa Theresa Shelly
5 Jacqueline Jamie Shelly LeeAnne LeeAnne Jamie
6 Laurie Sandy Dolores Shelly Shelly Dolores
7 Theresa Shelly Cindy Rachel Rachel
8 Rachel Raquel Rachel Sandy
9 Raquel Cindy Raquel
10 LeeAnne Jacqueline
11 Shelly Laurie
     The contestant won the competition.
     The contestant won the leg-up challenge.
     The contestant was eliminated.
     The contestant voluntarily withdrew from the competition.
  • In Episode 1, the cast was originally slated to be capped at ten semi-finalists, but Shelly was added as an eleventh semi-finalist.
  • In Episode 4, the women performed as duos. Cindy and Theresa were jointly called first, then Rachel and Sandy were called forward as the bottom two, simultaneously revealing Dolores, Jamie, LeeAnne, and Shelly to be safe.
  • In Episode 5, LeeAnne, Rachel, and Shelly were called forward as the bottom three, simultaneously revealing Cindy, Dolores, Jamie, and Theresa to be safe.
  • In Episode 6, Dolores was called after Shelly but was eliminated, leaving Cindy, Jamie, LeeAnne, and Theresa as-then uncalled. Jamie was ultimately eliminated among those four.

References

  1. ^ According to the TV Land website.
  2. ^ [1]
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  4. ^ [3]

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