Posted by Melissa Mark-Viverito on Saturday, February 14, 2020 05:09:07 “Mullet!” is a term that has been used by many of the women featured in season 2 of The Next Next Top Models.
While the term may have come from an ad campaign, it has also been a term used by a large number of contestants, and is still used by some of the most famous models on the show.
This season’s episode, titled “The Mockingbird,” has featured some of those very models.
“I think that it’s really cool,” said the “Mockingbird” host, Sarah Jessica Parker, in a recent interview with Bravo.
“Because when you look at the women that we have on our show, we’re so different from each other.
And so we’ve created this amazing, very special bond with these women.”
The Mockingbirds return in February for their fourth season.
Parker was not surprised that the show was taking on a more diverse cast of contestants.
“There are so many people from so many different backgrounds,” she said.
“We’re all so different.
And it’s fun to watch that, because it brings people together.
It’s like a whole new world for us.”
Parker said the show had always taken on a cast of “pretty typical people” who weren’t necessarily looking for a career change.
“Now we’re going to see more of that,” she added.
Parker added that while she is happy with the show’s current cast, she feels like she has “changed a lot of people’s perception” about the show since she left.
“What I really wanted to say to the people that were really into the show and didn’t like it,” she told Bravo, “because I had the opportunity to leave and it was really, really exciting to come back and be a part of it.”
Parker also said that she was excited to have been a part in the new season of the show, and said she hoped viewers would be as excited about it as she was.
“You don’t want to go back and change what you love, but this season is really the best, because we’re doing a lot with it,” Parker said.
Parker, who has been the face of The NEXT TOP Model since season 1, said that the new episode of the new series was a “game changer” and that she felt “very fortunate” to have her character, Kim, get a shout out.
“This is a show about a really young girl,” Parker told Bravo.
While it’s important to note that the episode did not air on Friday, Parker was optimistic that the next episode would bring new viewers into the series.
“It’s a really big deal to get the new viewers on the network,” she continued.
“And I think they’re going be super excited about the new thing that we’re trying to do.
We’re really, very excited about that.”
Parker has been on The Next TOP Models since the show debuted in 2007, but said she was able to work on the series during the 2016-2017 season, when she started to develop her character.
“The only reason I’m on the program right now is because I’m so much in love with the project,” Parker explained.
“So I’m just really thrilled to be a co-host with these girls.
They’re the only people who really understand what I’m doing.”
Parker and her co-anchor, Stephanie Pappas, will be back on The NEXT Top Models in February 2018.
“Every single person that’s on the runway is really happy to have me as a cohost,” Parker continued.
As for her future plans, Parker said she wanted to focus on her acting career.
“But I have a lot more stuff that I want to do, and I’m really excited about what I can do in the future,” she admitted.
“That’s one of the great things about this show is that we get to bring a whole bunch of people together.”
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