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FACE OFF: Final Five!



So it's been awhile since I've said anything about Face OFF, so I'll jump right in and catch up:

1) Those Gone

Eddie: Well, once he started with the ghostly baseball player I knew where he was going with it and knew it was going to get him kicked off for it. Wasn't scary. Goofy yes, Cartoon-like, yes. Too bad.

Frank: Awesome this season and very talented, but by doing the gluttonous fat guy, something he was suggested not to do, it cost him. Honestly too, had he maybe worked out the head some more he might've slipped by cause the paint was great. 

RJ: Buddy, sorry, it was just bad; cute idea—not in a good way, because it didn't play to the judges and he should've known that.

Scott: Yea, everyone got the concept behind your art after learning about your father, but it could've been done better so the narration came through the makeup. 

Alana: SHOULD STILL BE ON THE SHOW!

2) Who Will WIN?

I really think it's either Tate or Laura's to win. If they both drop the ball, my next thought would be Miranda, unless Roy just makes something that blows everyone out of the water. I like Laney alot, but I don't think she has enough range to beat the others, but who knows.

Check out Face OFF Dark Magic to see who's the next to fall off.

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