This show did for make-up artists what project runway did for designers — brought them to the forefront and showed how hard they must work. However, many viewers felt like the heartfelt show’s judges didn’t really ever explain their choices and critics and didn’t give any objective feedback to the aspiring makeup artists.
One thing the production did right, though, is that it kept the show mostly drama-free and made sure to focus on the makeup looks.
There is very little that is real about the show "Pawn Queens" which is all about a bunch of women who operate a pawn shop in Illinois. The women you see on the show are not real, in fact, one of them came forward anonymously saying she was hired to be on the show even though she had no experience pawning.
She was given a fake backstory by the show's team and was coached on how she should behave on the show.
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The Netflix fashion design show is the streaming service's version of "Project Runway" and it has Queer Eye's Tan France as one of its hosts.
Like many reality shows that are competition based, the selection of winners and losers is sometimes so weird that you know it had nothing to do with how well people did in the challenge and everything to do with what the production wanted the outcome to be.
Who didn't love MTV's early 00's reality shows? They all had insane concepts that kept everyone wanting to come back for more. Someone who worked as a producer on the show confessed that the kids had no idea what show they were participating in.
While we all did get to see real rooms, the participants were actually told to remove some items before the film crew came in, which means that unlike what we saw on TV, they knew the crew was coming and weren't actually surprised. These items were usually personal photos or any nude photos they had around.
If you watched MTV during the early 00's you must remember "Made," a show where one student was desperate to get better at something, so they got a personal coach from MTV to help them with that. Students who were on the show said that most of the time it felt like the show's team already had envisioned how their story is going to turn out, before filming even began.
One former participant even told that they were forced to have a 'crush' for the purpose of the show. Yikes.