*sigh* I wonder what April would have been dressed as...
I've gotta say, Yoanna's pic stands out. Her face just captures the eye. In the other pics, I'm mostly seeing hair and flowers over the facial expression.
"Look, you love me, and I love you. Maybe in a different time, a different place, this would work out. But we both know that only one of us is leaving this room alive, and I'm the one holding the flame thrower." - Film Fakers
LOL< I didn't notice these were already posted in another thread....oopsie
I wonder what the theme is?
I think Shandi looks best. She definately looks like a whole other person. I'd love to see her in a cute little hat and veil. With those gloves with the ends cut off.
I realize these are just single photos from the preview and don't indicate much, but I think Yoanna looks the best. Shandi and Mercedes would look ridiculous in a helmet, but she somehow pulls it off? Mercedes looks pretty, and may prove to the judges that she's not as commercial as they think. This one shot of Shandi isn't working for me as much as the other two.
I think Shandi looks absolutely beautiful
Mercedes looks like she just got electrocuted. Did I spell that right..? *ponders*
Everything that grows holds in perfection but a little moment. - William Shakespeare
And itís all the treasures that shine in the street
As we drive right over them
And its all the mornings we missed for sleep
As the sun glides over our apartment
And itís all the subtle change in landscape and business
Reminds you of your limited time
This time youíll listen to the movement of your body
How it keeps on despite you and it frightens you
Cause youíre barely alive
- Rilo Kiley (Jenny, You're Barely Alive)
It's very... Christina Aguilera Fighter.
Although these are only captures, I think that Yoanna and Mercedes both look great! Their unique "outfits" suit them, they both seem memorable. Whereas Shandi's look is nice it's not nearly as memorable or interesting. Her facial expression is also kinda boring compared to Yoanna or Mercedes.
"The power of accurate observation is frequently called cynicism by those who don't have it" George Bernard Shaw