The competition! The challenges! The winners! Nick dishes on everything "Project Runway"
Alexis: You've been a casting judge for "Project Runway" for a few years. How has the process changed?
Nick: It used to be that for two days, 16 hours each, you know, seeing everybody. Now, it's only one day and it's like, six hours so [the producers] sort of edit them out. Which is great, but what I miss? I miss the moms who would come in with their daughter's cheerleading costume from 1982. You know?
A: That's the best! How was the actual experience of being on the show?
N: It's so funny; I remember it like it was yesterday. It was like seven years ago, but it was so wonderful being on it. I think it was more difficult afterward, when we stopped filming. I had to go home, and back in the day, we had to wait seven months before it aired. Those seven months, I couldn't tell anybody, not even my mom and dad. The only person who knew was my partner and that was it. That was stomach churning for seven months. Let's just say I took a lot of Mylanta and Tylenol PM for those seven months.
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