wow talk about fury. will she get dropped by Mother Model Management though? Or Next model? I'm guessing Mother found her, and Next now books her.
and a "model" who wanted to have her fifteen minutes of fame talking about things our models have never experienced, and I am guessing it's all in the name of ratings.
Final words, Ehren is not hungry, lonely, or broke...can't wait to tell you more of her story.
sidenote: although I'm sure the agency is angry, Mary is a fool if she thinks no one knows there's a seedy dark side to the modeling industry. it's not like the documentary fabricated it. they focused on it, moreso on the dark seedy parts than the positive parts. That I can understand is sensationalist journalism, but they did not misrepresent.
Last edited by Littleathquakes; 16-09-2011 at 04:38 PM.
I watched that documentary and Ehren stole the entire show when they came to her part. she doesn't even take up the whole documentary, it's not even about her so I don't know why (if the stuff about her not getting jobs due to it is true) she's getting so much backlash for it. she comes in at the very end and it's just her incredible features that draw you in. All the other models they chronicles honestly have nothing on this girl. if she doesn't make it somehow as a model, it is beyond incomprehensible.
I liked her candor and vulnerability in the documentary, but if she's backing off what she said and calling it "bull****" b/c she's getting heat for it, then that would be very disappointing. I would hope she had more backbone than that. As far as those two model scouts, they came across as predators to me. And now they're saying they love their girls who never go hungry or broke? Listen, they are a business, they're not the girls' mothers, in spite of the goofy name of the agency. They exist to make money off the young girls. It's not like they're running some philanthropic organization. They "love" their girls as long as they think they will make money for them. *edit - no weight discussion *