LEGO MASTERS judge Amy Corbett recreates her outfits as BrickHeadz builds

LEGO MASTERS USA judge and LEGO Design Lead Amy Corbett has recreated her latest outfit from the show – and all of the previous ones 0 as LEGO BrickHeadz models.

Each week, LEGO MASTERS USA judge Amy Corbett rocks a new look, with a variety of outfits and hairstyles. To capture these different styles, she has been building a LEGO BrickHeadz for every episode of the show.

Amy shared her latest build on Instagram with the following caption:

Finally sat down to build this week’s Brickhead. I don’t know about you, but in these times of quarantine and social distancing…I quickly find my days fill up with work, virtual coffee dates with friends, endless internet searches and…I dunno what else! But I seem to have even less time than usual.

Her work life has been busy of late, judging the contestants’ builds with Jamie Berard on LEGO MASTERS USA and launching the new LEGO DOTS theme. It is reassuring to see that she still finds time for some building and is immortalising those distinctive outfits.

The next episode of LEGO MASTERS will air in FOX in the USA on Wednesday, April 8 at 9.00pm ET/10.00pm PT.

More LEGO MASTERS USA coverage

LEGO MASTERS: The road to the USA

Episode reviews:
Episode 1: “Dream Park Theme Park”
Episode 2: “Space Smash Challenge”
Episode 3: “Cut in half”
Episode 4: “Movie Genres”
Episode 5: “Mega City Block”
Episode 6: “Need for Speed/Super-Bridges”
Episode 7: “Storybook”

Exit interviews:
Episode 1: No elimination
Episode 2: “Space Smash Challenge”
Episode 3: “Cut in half”
Episode 4: “Movie Genres”
Episode 5: “Mega City Block”
Episode 6: “Need for Speed/Super-Bridges”
Episode 7: “Storybook”

Meet the judges:
Jamie Berard
Amy Corbett

Meet the contestants:
Sam and Jessica
Krystle and Amie
Flynn and Richard
Boone and Mark
Manny and Nestor
Tyler and Amy
Jessie and Kara
Christian and Aaron

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