Heidi doesn't know what went wrong with Jonathan's dress. I'll tell you what went wrong! You opened your stupid mouth before he was finished and insulted his textile and that's what happened. You may not have liked what he was going to do, but I doubt he'd be in this situation if he'd made the first dress he was making. Of course, that's his fault, but you can't blame him completely. He's a smart guy who wants to make it to Bryant Park. He's thinking, "OK, it seems that you are not liking what my instincts produce, so why don't I try to create what you're asking for?" And, here we are. Michael thinks that the dress looks really bad. They all hated the color. Heidi thinks it looked amateurish.
Michael thinks that the skirt of Jay's dress should have been bigger, so that it would look intentional. Nobody wants a big butt.
They love that Emilio put the structure in his dress. Nina loved how he worked the fabric. Heidi loves glitter, but needs it to be the right kind of glitter. Which Emilio's fabric was.
Nina thinks that Mila's dress was something the Real Housewives of New Jersey (take that, Bravo!) would wear. Michael thinks that the cut was very unflattering. Jessica also found it more cocktail party than red carpet. Heidi admires Mila's skills but wonders if they want to see more from her.
The decision is made. The designers return to the stage. There's not a winner for this challenge. There are two!! First, it's Emilio. Heidi can't wait to wear it. Jessica announces the second winner. It's Anthony! She asks if she can wear the dress. He's thrilled. The two winners leave the stage. Emilio says that this is where he wanted to be. Anthony, of course, is stunned. He can't believe that upon coming back he would win a challenge and have Jessica Alba wear his dress. Seth Aaron is in. Mila is in. Wha? That's effed.
Heidi tells Jay that his dress was not flattering. She tells Jonathan that the front of his dress was a mess. Jay is... in. BOO. boo. Seriously. I'm so upset with this season now. Not even because Jonathan and Amy were my favorite personalities (well, plus Anthony). They were also the ones who made the most exciting clothes, in my opinion. Without getting nasty about the other designers, I think that Jonathan was mature and thoughtful and intelligent in his design (heh, intelligent design). He interviews that he's not surprised to be eliminated. He doesn't believe that he could compete with a gown he made in two hours.