On tonight’s episode of Project Runway, the designers certainly were in for a surprise when they were introduced to their clients.  Six beautiful and strong female wrestlers from the WWE are paired up with the designers.  Ricky chooses Layla, Jillian pairs up with Michelle, Chris chooses Maria, Christian goes with Kristal, Sweet P teams with Candice Michelle, and Rami takes Torrie.  The designers are given DVDs from Blockbuster to study in order to properly execute their designs.  This challenge proved to be one of the most difficult for the contestants, who are all just dying to make it to Fashion Week.  Here’s how tonight’s episode played out.

When the divas show up for their fitting, Tim had a lot of concerns, mostly with Sweet P and Ricky.  He is not in favor of Ricky’s color choice, which is a vibrant orange.  He also expressed concern with Rami’s color choice, a very hot pink.  Tim felt that Sweet P’s looked more like a hospital gown and her diva, Candice Michelle, felt that the outfit could be bought in any store anywhere and didn’t stand out.  Christian told Sweet P that her outfit was just completely ugly and she was left with a design that could potentially send her home and no answers as to how to fix it.

On the runway, the judges give good feedback to Christian, Jillian, and Chris.  Rami, Ricky, and Sweet P receive criticism for their choices in material and color.  Chris is named the winner of the challenge and Jillian and Christian are in.  It’s no surprise that the other three land in the bottom but Heidi gives Rami another chance.  Sweet P also gets another chance and the judges send Ricky home.

This week, Ricky will talk to BuddyTV about his time on Project Runway.  Don’t miss out on hearing what this emotional and talented designer has to say!

Winning Design: Chris (modeled by Maria)

Losing Design: Ricky (modeled by Layla)

Jillian (modeled by Michelle)

Rami (modeled by Torrie)

Christian (modeled by Kristal)

Sweet P (modeled by Candice Michelle)

– Gina Scarpa, BuddyTV Staff Writer
(Image courtesy of Bravo)

Gina Scarpa

Staff Writer, BuddyTV