Bravotv.com: Their vibe was almost dominant/submissive.
Yeah, it was. That's how it was. That's how he was feeling. He was ready to submit to a life of fashion. I'm not saying everyone has to go through photo shoots like that. You just have to be professional and get it done. There's never a photographer or stylist or ad company who is going to put you in a predicament that's going to make you uncomfortable, because at the end of the day they'll look bad. Nobody's going to take that chance.
Bravotv.com: What about Amanda and Kerryn?
Those are some of the sexiest girls on the show but they couldn't seem to get it together. Even though they look sexy, that doesn't mean they will act sexy. You would think these two would get together and make you say "Oh, wow!" but once they got up there they were two stiff boards. And these two had some experience in modeling, but it didn't work out.
Bravotv.com: What about CJ and Jordan?
Well, Ms. Jordan thinks she knows it all because she has a little experience in modeling. She doens't know it all. They shouldn't have been telling eachother what to do, they should have listened to what Nicole was telling them. Since Jordan had some modeling experience she was trying to tell CJ what to do. What we're trying to tell them is, "Don't listen to the other one who thinks they know. The reason why you're both here is to benefit from us. Turn to your mentors and ask." The thing is to ask as many questions as you want, to understand what's going on. Knowledge is half the key to the battle. If you don't ask, you're never gonna know. When you think you know you don't do well at all and that was the case with those two.
Bravotv.com: Colin and Ken?
That was a disaster. Ken couldn't model or fight his way out of a paper bag. I could find someone on the street better than Ken, he was not a good use of my time. You defended Colin later though. Colin I could work with. I can fix him. Out of those two, he was better than Ken. Did you see Ken's walk? He was supposed to be a masculine and tough trainer, but he walked like a sissy. Colin just needs to work on confidence though. In this business, you need to have that swagger. To walk down a runway in front of tons of people you have to know that you look good, that you're body is in shape, that you're supposed to be here. You have to think, "These people hired me for a reason." You have to sell it. You have to portray it even if you don't feel it. You gotta get up there and act the role. That's what Colin is lacking and I think that if he gets that confidence he'll do better. This was just his first try though.