NYPost's Adam Buckman is "praying" Wendy Pepper wins it all on Project Runway this week.
We'll see about that. But after the Runway-a-thon yesterday, I'd say that when it comes to backstabbing and trickery, Wendy Pepper talked a good game and that's all. Her actions were never as evil as she described them. Her only scheme was to position herself -- or allow the producers to portray her -- as the villain from the beginning. An admitted fan of reality shows, she knew villains get attention (a la Omarosa) and may even enjoy a protected status by producers wanting conflict and plotline. Maybe the only real shocker is that no other contestant on the show had the same idea.