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"24 Hour Catwalk" review by Suzanne
Premieres Jan. 10 at 10/9c on Lifetime

I don't normally like reality shows, but some are better than others. This is one of those competition shows where some people compete for a prize and are judged by a group of experts. In this case, it's a fashion competition show.  The difference between this one and others is that they only have a few contestants, and they only have a short time to prove themselves.

I saw just the first episode. There are ten of them for this upcoming season. They showed four contestants, who were told to make an outfit out of a soccer jersey, for soccer moms. It was fairly obvious who would win. Then those two winners went on to compete in another round against each other. They were given some jewels and then told to make a camping outfit with it.

There were two words I had never heard before, that I learned from watching this episode. One was "glamping" and the other was "sloper".  Apparently glamping means to decorate your camping outfit with jewels. A sloper is a type of pattern. It was an informative show, at least!

If you like competition or fashion shows, I'm sure you will enjoy this one.

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