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Interview with latest Project Catwalk eliminee - Tom

pctom.jpgLast week's eliminated contestant Tom has been passionate about fashion since he was 15-years-old. Choosing fashion design over a football career, this lovable lad won the hearts of his fellow contestants and even some of the judges on Project Catwalk. Now, thanks to the show, he works for House of Holland... not bad hey? Our sister site Catwalk Queen caught up with him this week...

Catwalk Queen: How is Project Catwalk different in real life than what we see on TV?
Tom:
It's very different. There seems to be a lot of editing and certain people come across as really venomous, when they're not. Everyone did get along in the house, there isn't as much bitchiness as what is made out.

CQ: Mentor and judge Ben de Lisi seemed to be genuinely upset when you were eliminated. Was this genuine?
T:
It was both Kelly [Osborne] and Ben who set me off crying. I got along really well with both of them, in fact I go out for drinks with Kelly. It was pretty emotional, I've definitely got a ribbing for it.

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Posted by on February 19, 2008 5:00 PM in Project Catwalk
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Interview with latest Project Catwalk evictee - Angie

pcangie.jpgWe're already four weeks into Project Catwalk and the competition is hotting up. Aussie contestant Angie failed to impress the judges this week and was therefore shown the door. Our friends over at Catwalk Queen caught up with the determined antipodean on what life in the PC house is really like...

Catwalk Queen: What was your experience on Project Catwalk really like?
Angie:
I can't compare it to anything else in life. You're in an atmosphere where cameras are on you all the time, which isn't normal. It was a fantastic experience, full of highs and lows. I never really had a desire to go on reality TV, I really just wanted the [prize] money to start my own label.


CQ: We've heard Debbie 'Debonair's' take on your conflict with each other, what's yours?
A:
I was surprised by the Debbie conflict. Sharing a room with her, I can certainly see how flighty she is. She just seemed really childish about the whole thing.

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Posted by on February 18, 2008 4:00 PM in Project Catwalk
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