-Let’s talk about
“Project Runway.” You’re back.
You’re a great host. But also this year,
you’re also judging a little. -Yeah.
I got tough this time around. This was my second time
as host of “Project Runway.” And I had so much fun. It’s back on
this Thursday night. -This Thursday night, Bravo.
-So everybody tune in on Bravo. -Set your DVR.
Set your TiVos. -Yes.
But it is so much fun. The competition is fierce. -Yeah.
-There is so much talent. The designers were — They really brought it
to the next level. And there’s a lot of drama. -There is, right?
-Yeah. -That’s what I love.
That’s why we watch these shows. -That’s why we watch ’em. -Is it hard for you
to get tough as a judge? -You know, I grew up, like,
being taught to be polite and, like, say your please
and thank-yous. So, like, to be tough and, like,
you know, fashion is critical. So I got tough
this time around, guys. No more nice Karlie. I got tough this time around.
-That’s right. Well, I was thinking
if you could — I have a couple looks
from red carpets… -Oh, boy.
-…that I have been down. I just wondered if you could
judge these looks. -As you are a supermodel, you
have walked many red carpets. This is true.
-This is gonna be the most embarrassing show
I’ve ever done. -Okay.
-Oh, gosh. -All right. Bring it on.
Come on. -The Grammy Awards,
February 2003. This is what I wore
to the Grammy Awards. -Wow. Wow.
Okay. Okay, okay. All right, all right. [ Cheers and applause ] [ Laughter ] -Oh, my gosh. -Guys, it was 2003. I think we all know
what we wore in 2003. But to be honest, like,
I’m into the cufflinks. No, no, no.
I’m into the cufflinks. -All right.
Thank you. Yeah. -But you kind of look
like you’re auditioning for “Big Bang Theory.” [ Laughter ] -You know what?
No, no. I try to start — ‘Cause I knew
it was a big night of fashion. And I wanted to try a new thing
where I did high-water sleeves. -Okay, okay. -So I had my sleeves tailored. -Is that what that is?
-Yeah. I tried to start
a new fashion trend. -Oh, okay. -And then I got some
blinged-out cufflinks. -You were ahead of your time.
-Oh, gosh. All right, we only have time
to do no more. No. This one’s the “Awesome” — I shot that Beastie Boys
New York City premiere. -Oh, wow.
-This was 2006. -You a big fan?
-I am a big Beastie fan, yeah. -Okay. Then listen, I don’t want
to knock you too hard because you’re — [ Laughter ] I feel like we need the whole — Guys, what do you think
of this look? -This is not bad.
Look at that guy. -You know what I think? [ Laughter ] You guys know that scene
in “Love Actually” where Keira Knightley is,
like, wearing that hat? -Yeah.
-You look like you mugged her. [ Laughter ] -Look like I mugged — Yeah. -Otherwise, I like the, like,
double-breasted suit. -Thank you. -Just could have left the hat
at home. -What is this one?
Oh, my gosh. -Oh, wow. -I don’t remember this guy. Oh, I don’t remember
what this is. -Guys, get excited. -It was a PlayStation 2
and Guy Oseary event at the VMAs 2003. I do not even know
who this guy is at all. Oh, my gosh. [ Cheers and applause ] Hey, come back. Come back.
Come back. Tariq, come back.
You got to — Tariq, you can’t walk off. Things have changed. Things have changed. -We are looking at
a fashion icon. [ Cheering ] -This is so embarrassing. I don’t know wh–
I don’t remember this. I don’t remember the party. I don’t know why I would
choose that thing. It is just honestly — It looks like someone
threw up on my shirt. [ Laughter ] I like Skid Row.
I like the band. The whole thing makes no sense. I’d rather this dude.
This is what I’m talking about. He’s back. Thank you for that. I want to show a clip
of your judging of the real people
on “Project Runway.” Here’s Karlie Kloss.
Take a look. -Designers, we are changing
things up a little bit. If your mentor,
Mr. Christian Siriano, feels that
an eliminated designer deserves a second chance, they’ll re-enter
the competition. We like to call it
the Siriano Save. A little lifeline. Something to keep in the back
of your mind. -Karlie Kloss, everybody! “Project Runway” premieres
Thursday at 9:30 p.m. on Bravo.