'Make Me a Supermodel' 2 Runner-Up Sandhurst Eager for the Future
'Make Me a Supermodel' 2 Runner-Up Sandhurst Eager for the Future
Despite failing to take the prized title on Make Me a Supermodel's second season, runner-up Sandhurst Tacama Miggins knows he made his mark on the industry.  With the attention he's received from just being on the show, there's no doubt that he'll be using that experience to gain even more success in his career.

The aspiring model took to his blog to express his thoughts on the final elimination, as well as the entire duration of his stay on the show.  He also believes that whatever happened on camera will be enough to get him places.

"As we neared closer to the decision and each judge stated what they had to say and each mentor threw in their two cents, it was still unclear who was going to get the win," Sandhurst explained.  "Branden was the model that the judges felt they could make into a supermodel.  I will be honest -- I was confused by the decision."

"However, as much as I question the decision I understand it," the Make Me a Supermodel runner-up went on.  "I had competed well in this competition and achieved a lot more during my time on the show and that sends a stronger message in my opinion to the industry.  So as much as I want to be a sore loser I cannot help but say that I am proud of Branden and I really do wish him all the success in the world."
 
Sandhurst even wished that every opportunity would come Branden's way, as well as Jonathan's.  The three finalists of the recently wrapped-up season of Make Me a Supermodel were truly worthy of their places, and many would agree.

Even though their show's already over, the supermodels would certainly enjoy it if they got to relive every moment.  "I would do this again in a heartbeat," Sandhurst exclaimed.  "I had the most amazing experience of my life competing against these 15 remarkable models and have learned a lesson from every one of them and as I said before, I am so grateful to have been given this gift."

He finished off with: "I see big things for myself in the future and I am confident in my ability to go after and achieve them."



-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Bravo
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