The UK is always one step ahead, but usually it's kind of a side step...or a diagonal one...or an L-shape like the knight in chess. What I'm trying to say is that they take things to the next level...for better or worse.
Britain's Missing Top Model is a prime example. Nope, it's not a whodunit. That would be too simple. BMTM is a modeling show for young women missing body parts or with disabilities. I shit you not.
It's got all the elements of the Top Model we know and love...except...different.
This show is a plus in that it's high time we start celebrating people with disabilities. We saw it first with Ms. Landmine. This seems like a natural progression.
But it's also just kind of...off. A real step in the right direction would've been including one of the "missing" girls on a season of traditional Britain's Next Top Model. Now that would be progress.
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