Krista is next, and is still focused on getting the best picture of the week. She tells Jay that she's feeling a Grace Jones vibe with her hair, and he tells her to go for it and really commit. Krista starts, and is killing it right away. Derek can't be stopped though, and just says, "She's an older model, okay." Krista looks fully fierce, and Jay commends her for trying so many different things. He tells us that Krista delivered Krista with Grace Jones energy, and it was very strong. Alasia is next, and says she feels like she needs to prove herself since she was in the bottom two last week. She flings her hair skirt around, and Jay tells her to be more creative with her facial expressions. He isn't sure what she's doing, and tells us that she had three shots that she recycled over and over. Ultimately, she looked lost.
And speaking of lost, there's Alexandra. Her hair dress is very wooly mammoth. And oh boy, does she look like a crackhead. She's trying to get her outfit to move, and very awkwardly so. As she jumps to the side, Raina yells, "Epic failure!" Raina tells us that Alexandra has been getting a lot of criticism, but at this point in the competition she can't afford to get into a rut. I'm sure having someone scream "epic failure" at you is very rut-busting. Jay tells us that Alexandra didn't know how to move the dress, and also forgot how to model period. The others gag at her terribleness, and Alexandra feels worse than ever. And that's a wrap!
Back at the loft, there is Tyra Mail. Someone is going home. Anslee says that deep down, she's nervous about elimination. She knows she's not out of the woods yet. Alexandra is also feeling down. Krista notes that Alexandra has to get it together, or she's going home. As Krista paints Alexandra's toenails in a gesture of goodwill, we head to commercials.