‘Project Runway’ shocker: Did you predict eliminated designer in ‘Crew’s All In’?

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Did you correctly predict that Swapnil Shinde would be eliminated on "Project Runway" Thursday night? If so, you should be taking place in our weekly prediction contest. Hurry — make your predictions for next week and you could win our prize of a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It's fun and easy, so get started by scrolling down to predict which designer will be out next.

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According to exclusive Gold Derby odds that are derived from the predictions made by readers like you, Swapnil's ouster was a shocker as he only had 13/2 odds (13% chance) of being eliminated. Instead, our contest players thought that either Merline Labissiere (5/6 odds) or Kelly Dempsey (5/1 odds) would be out. Be sure to update YOUR predictions right here.

Congratulations to our user Benutty for earning the top score in this week's contest. He's one of four users to reap 67% accuracy predicting all of the questions for Episode 10, titled "Crew's All In," though he broke the tie with his high 10,710 point score thanks to using his special 500 and 200 point bets wisely. If eligible, as per our contest rules, he will win a $100 Amazon gift certificate.

This user's winning predictions were that Swapnil would be eliminated and that Kelly would win the challenge. The only question he got wrong was who would be in the bottom; he predicted Merline but it ended up being both Candice Cuoco and Ashley Nell Tipton.

Check out the overall Season 14 leaderboard to the right. Currently our #1 "Project Runway" predictor is MDent3 with overall 37% accuracy and 15,438 points, but there are still many weeks left to play in our contest and be eligible to win our weekly and overall season prizes. See our contest rules here and don't forget to make YOUR predictions here.

Making your predictions is fun and easy. Just log into your Gold Derby account, or you can register for a free account via Facebook, Twitter or Google. In our "Project Runway" predictions center, you get to answer the following questions each week:

Which designer will be eliminated?

Who will be in the bottom two, but not out?

Which designer will win the challenge?

Who will win 'Project Runway'?

At the end of each week, the eligible contest player with the highest prediction accuracy and most points will win a $100 Amazon gift certificate, so it's beneficial to keep coming back often and making/updating your predictions.

After logging in, click on the "Predictions" button found at the top-right of every page. That will bring you to a list of every event currently being predicted at Gold Derby — everything from the Oscars to "Survivor" and "The Amazing Race."

Click on any box and then scroll down to start making your predictions. For each TV show, cast your votes on several different questions relating to the upcoming episode. If you click on the "Project Runway" button, you'll see something like this:

To vote for who you think will be out next, drag your chosen designers over from the left to the right and arrange them in your predicted order. Every time someone logs their predictions, the racetrack odds of the contestants are automatically updated.

If the majority of readers think Candice will be out, that means she'll have the best odds and will go to the front of the pack. Conversely, the contestants who don't receive many predictions have the worst odds and will go to the bottom of the pile.

Vote right NOW in our 'Project Runway' predictions center

Remember that coming out on top doesn't just mean answering that week's questions correctly. You also have to use your three big bets (500 points and two of 200 points) strategically to score the most game points. If you bet on a longshot who pulls off an upset, you can really rack up the points, so don't take them for granted.

Average Gold Derby users just like YOU often turn out to be our smartest prognosticators, so it's important that you give us your predictions. You can continue to update and change your predictions throughout the week, just click "Save Predictions" when you've settled on your choice.

Get started by making your prediction as to which designer will be eliminated next. And be sure to sound off on the current season of "Project Runway" in Gold Derby's reality TV forum.

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8 thoughts on “‘Project Runway’ shocker: Did you predict eliminated designer in ‘Crew’s All In’?

  1. I am done with Project Runway. The only great designer is out; it is stupid.
    So unfair that Swapnil shinde was let go. Those judges have to stop creating drama & story where there is none. He got an absolutely horrible client & he tried 3 times. She did not even give him a direction. All she wanted was sleeves.
    Worst season ever.

  2. What happened to Swapnil??? He completely lost it!!!I was shocked,he started out well and then went down hill fast!!! I like looking at that VERY handsome face and the way he dressed!!!

  3. Swapnil had to go. It has become beyond clear that he’s just coasting. The viewers and judges absolutely saw it week after week. I was surprised that Tim wouldn’t even hug him as Swapnil left, but after Tim’s drubbing of his laziness, I guess it was to be expected.

  4. Bring Swapnil back. Give him one last chance. I saw how he had to make three outfits for one challenge, and how his client didn’t like anything at all. Give him a break. Poor guy. i know that he became lazy lately and gave up but he didn’t deserve to go in this challenge. it was unfair. Tim use your save, please!

  5. Swapnil may deserved to go but did he deserve this apathy too? Every contestant has received some comfort at the end from Tim but he completely deserted his professionalism of 13 seasons and let his personal feelings takeover. When some one like Tim with such a vast career can abandon his well manners and civility over a tough contestant then why swapnil as a designer did not receive this laxity over her “I don’t need a makeover” client. It was so evident that she was there to screw him over and over. She kept saying “I don’t like it but I’ll stand by you” and later she said “I am not wearing this”. MOreover she had problems showing her arms and legs but when Zac pulled her top and her bra strip was focused at……. I mean the episode goes for an editing, right?

  6. Swapnil lost so much steam these past few weeks. He seemed to give into distractions such as smoking and staring into space. He is talented, magnetic and……maybe a little lazy. He reminds me of someone who became depressed. Was he homesick? Or just sick of the competition?

  7. when he did some good designs, the judges refuse to give him a win. He was leading in the begining.People asspecially designers get demotivated if their work does not win.I think Tim Gun was way out of line.Swapnil is not a small kid and he is not working for Tim Gun.As a mentor Tim should have tried to understand why Swapnil was behaving as such. I think Tim Gun is a racist. He does not think much about Indian Designers.Rewind and watch past seasons.The in house staff he had designed for has no sense of fashion or style and she had wanted to instruct Swapnil to make something that’s not him.

  8. how can you call this a makeover when the client wants to be incharge of everything. Those girls had no sense of style. Look at what Ashley’s client make her do and Edmund’s client thought she looked good. In real life if the client does not like what the designer makes, they don’t go ahead and make it and wear it.This segment needs to be changed.All the clothes came out really lousy.We dont want to watch a show with lousy clothes on the runway.Swapnil’s client was such a pain in the ass.He had made 3 dresses and she said no to all.Maybe he should have asked her to sew.Well, he kept his cool and exited nicely. I would have given a piece of my mind to Tim if i were him.Project runway seem to be celebrating the wrong designers of late.”oneday you’re in ,the next day you’re out ” is so not a good way to find the best designers.

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