Every week we poll “Project Runway All Stars” fans for their predictions for who will be eliminated from the design competition series and this week they can’t agree on who will be sent packing, but they’re pretty sure it will be one of two people: Ken Laurence or Edmond Newton. Both have had mixed results over the course of the previous nine episodes, and with only six designers remaining going into episode 10 they may need to pull out all the stops just to stick around.
As of this writing Laurence is the front-runner for elimination with leading odds of 6/5, which translates to a 45.1% chance of being sent home. He got a low score from the judges in episode nine, “Posen on the Red Carpet,” but it hasn’t been all bad for Laurence this season. He only had one other low score this season, in the season premiere episode. In addition he won the “Perfect Pairings” jointly with his challenge partner Fabio Costa and received high scores in “Fashion’s New Superheroes” and “Mizrahi Madness.” But he has yet to win a design challenge on his own, and he’s up against designers like Costa, Stanley Hudson and Anthony Williams who have performed markedly better. If he stumbles like he did in “Posen” the judges probably won’t be inclined to save him.
On paper Newton has struggled far more throughout the season, but he ranks second in our predictions with 5/2 odds, or a 28.47% chance of elimination. Newton hasn’t won a design challenge at all this season, and he has only gotten one high score, way back in the season premiere episode. What’s worse for him, though, is the fact that he has gotten low scores in four of the last five design challenges, and he was in the bottom two in both “Thrown for a Loop by Betty Boop” and “Posen.” After dodging four bullets, what are the chances that he’ll be able to “Matrix” himself out of the way of another?
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