8:30pm – Wednesday, June 6 on ABC2
In the final episode, tough decisions are being made as the agency decides to drop some of the models currently on its books; new girls Abbie and India-Madeleine face some home truths; and Carole talks candidly about her experience at the Hague trial of former Liberian president Charles Taylor and her relationship with Naomi Campbell.
Abbie is struggling to find work and visits Annie to discuss the situation.
At the show castings, Abbie finds the reality of modelling tough – long queues of girls and a boring wait are the opposite of glamour and she’s becoming disillusioned by the rejections. Meanwhile, walk-in India-Madeleine makes a strong impression. New girls have to be snapped up quickly before other model scouts move in. But being signed is just the first step. Both Abbie and India-Madeleine will need to work hard, deal with criticism about their appearance, and invest time and money if they want to make it in the business.
As new models are brought into the agency, Carole decides to call time on some of the models who have been less successful. It is a harsh process, and for many of the girls this will be the end of their career with Premier. Tensions rise as the bookers defend their girls. Sissy attacks Carole for her ruthless attitude, while Carole is quick to remind them that this is a business and she’s not prepared to keep girls on the books who aren’t delivering.
In August 2010 Carole and Naomi Campbell were called as witnesses in the war crimes trial of former Liberian president Charles Taylor. Chris, Carole and Sissy talk about the impact that Naomi Campbell had on their business and personal lives – a relationship that ended in a commercial dispute.