And now back to Nicole. She looks beautiful for sure, but her line delivery is a little weird of tone. It almost seems like she has a little Ann Shoket in her, which we all know is a very bad thing. Jay tells her that she comes off like she's lived a privileged life and doesn't care about Cover Girl LashBlast. Nicole is disgusted that she sounds like a snob. She tells us that she really hasn't lived a privileged life, and would rather have actual boogers in her nose than sound snotty. I would rather have almost anything than have actual boogers in my nose. Seriously, I'm obsessed with having a clean nose. If any of you ever see me on the street and I have a booger in my nose, please tell me. This is a good rule of thumb for all people, because giving them a chance to get the booger out is a much greater kindness than remaining silent and letting them go about their day all boogery. But I digress. Nicole is on take 20. When she does the "easy, breezy, beautiful bit at the end," she kind of looks like she wants to gnaw off our faces. Nicole interviews that she was trying so hard not to be snotty that things got a little weird. Jay tells us that Nicole's performance level was low, and a little unlikable, and a little snooty. And that's not what Cover Girl is about. It is, however, what Alexander McQueen is about. Go forth to your wonderful couture career, precious!
Nicole and Laura are back at their house, talking. Nicole says that she's very awkward at meeting new people, and very shy at school. She can't talk to anybody. Nicole interviews that Jay told her that she seemed like a snob and that no one would buy mascara from her. I'm not sure exactly what one thing has to do with the other, except that Nicole has some communication issues. Laura tells her that she talks very intelligently, and pronounces words in a very precise way. Not everybody talks like that. Oh, but if they did! What a wonderful world. But Laura says that, because others speak like dullards, they might automatically assume that Nicole's snobby because of her precise diction. Nicole says that it's an uphill battle to disavow people of that perception. Tearful Laura interviews that Nicole takes some great photos, but is shy and awkward and bad at communicating with people. Nicole's awkward. Laura's dyslexic. Have you heard?