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    BUSHSUCKS
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    I liked Giselle But I couldnt see her top model type. I thought she was a cool chick but as far as runway model or Victoria Secret type nope Its not for her

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    Originally posted by melpepinla
    I was really hoping that Giselle's post-boot press would reflect the beautiful person that I am sure she is in real life.
    She struck me as a nice person as well.

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    G is a cutie, but definately 18, with age comes restraint, funny to think that she was probably the youngest one there too.

    Rip a girl from her home, put her in a place with strangers, to compete with them, then toss her out. See how that feels.

    She is really cool when you get to know her, TV does nobody any justice.

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    I'm glad you can give us another perspective on Giselle, testshootcom. I left home when I was 17 and I remember what it's like to be in a new environment. I made a lot more social gaffes. I hope she follows her dancing career or finds somewhere she can shine.
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    The Atil Kutoglu Fall 2003 show in NYC featured Ladytron's cheeky "Seventeen" (introduced to me by the equally cheeky CaliGirl) as part of the music.

    The lyric: They only want you when you're seventeen, when you're twenty-one you're no fun. They take a Polaroid and let you go, say they'll let you know, so come on.

    I thought it was funny.

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