So who is in the running? It's Chelsey. And, I mean, boo. She cries as Tyra tells her that she's come a long way. Tyra was very inspired shooting Chelsey, and the judges have looked at her body of work and said that she has what it takes. Tyra tells Kayla that she has something very special, and that both Franca and ALT suggest that she act as well. Kayla is upset that she didn't make it to the top two, but she's happy that she's come so far. I'm happy that her crazy curly blonde hair only lasted for one episode. Remember that? Kayla is going to go home and kiss and hug her girlfriend like she never has before. She wanted to win this really badly, but is proud of who she is, and is repping her community. Kayla's going to keep going and going, she says. I am quite sad that it's not Kayla in the final two, but hopefully she'll be able to get some work after this.
Tyra tells Jane that though she's proud of the images they captured in the motion editorial, she needs to push through more. She needs to get signed with an agency, test test test, and then make a splash. Tyra predicts that Jane will make a lot of money. Jane is disappointed, but proud that she's come this far. She entered this competition wanting to pursue modeling, but she's exiting it as a model. And judging from the feedback she's received, she thinks she could have a career. Graduating from Princeton is not up for debate, but she has some flexibility about the year when she does it. Gather ye rosebuds and ye cash while ye may, young 'un. The books will wait.
And with that, we get the debut of the fully edited motion editorial. It is entitled "Modelli Folli" (translated as "Model Madness") and is like the "Shake Ya Body (Body)" of motion editorials. It also lasts forever. I don't know what else I can say, except that the gargoyles are giving spectacular face. Also: redrum. Directed by Tyra Banks!
Next week: Clip show! And the week after that: Ann wins. I mean, right?