Anslee is next. Her profile shot gets raves. Tyra says she'd buy some foundation from Anslee, even though she's the wrong color. Tyra is inspired by Anslee's "cheekboneness." I think we need a very special kind of interpreter for this show. Ren is next, and says the shoot was tough with the contacts and the cold and the trouble breathing. Tyra says that Ren looks like she has a cold in her photo, and Nigel adds that it's the sort of picture that sells H1N1 vaccine. This remark inspires a smirk from Alasia. Tyra tells Ren to fight through the discomfort, and ALT adds that she should take out the contact lenses and go blind. Sound advice.
Next is Krista. Her photo is stunning, and she reminds ALT of Naomi Sims. He adds that it's a joyous thing to see. Nigel says that Krista adds fantasy by opening her eyes when naturally they should be squinting. She gets raves all around, which must be a nice change of pace after last week. Naduah's best shot has a drama to it, according to ALT, but it's stereotypical drama and not true magic. Like a screaming, spoon-throwing fight as opposed to writing in someone's brownies. ALT doesn't think there's any thought behind it. Tyra thinks that Naduah's photo looks like an ad, and that she needs to get past the exaggerated French-accented "advertisement." In other news, Tyra pours some water and instructs Naduah to wipe the clown makeup off her face. Naduah has drawn on eyebrows where Tyra bleached them, which was a really bad call and does not go unnoticed.