This week began with the Press it challenge. Ben was decidedly at a disadvantage on this one. Boogie and Anthony have worked on African American hair their whole lives and Daisy deals with relaxers very often in the humid climate of Miami. I don't think that Ben has had many African American clients. Every time I looked up from my computer at the monitors, Ben was adding more oil or spray to that poor woman's head.
Now at this point I have to make a confession: I have curly hair and I don't own a blow dryer. Hairstylists usually want to blow my hair straight but honestly it takes forever and there's a whole lot of pulling and hot air and I absolutely hate it. But watching someone else suffer through it is a different story. Kiyah was great. Her comments and criticisms were straightforward and delivered with warmth that took the edge off almost everything negative she said. But even so, when she told Dr. Boogie that his model's hair looked like Tootie from "The Facts of Life," I seriously thought he might lose it. No offense to Kim Fields - the 80s was a bad hair decade for most of us.
Boogie is everything a reality television producer could want wrapped up into one package. He is outspoken, opinionated, confident, hilarious and emotional all while not being a nitwit and while having a heart underneath that showy exterior. His heart was on his sleeve when he saw his son's video later that night. If you ever want to see Boogie cry, make him talk about his son. It works every time.
I did not go to the set for the Matthew Rolston photoshoot challenge. We shot it at Smashbox Studios in Culver City and it was a pretty small space so we pared down the crew to it's bare essentials. When they returned to the Shear Genius salon for judging and elimination, I met them there to do interviews while the crew set up the stage. Daisy was confident she had performed well, but the other three were pretty unsure about who would be eliminated. Daisy is so incredibly positive and good natured. She works so hard and cares so much about doing a good job. I absolutely adore her.
I would love to see Bravo producers add The Real Housewives of Detroit. Believe me, if you think there's drama in Altanta try the hair and nail state of Detroit where unemployment is high and patience run low.
How do I introduce two new show ideas to the network? I am a mortgage banker not an agent producer director or con man just simply been working on a couple of great entertaining show ideas that have appeal and merit. Please give me 20 seconds to capture your imagination.