Chelsey is first, and Tyra yells instructions to her as she moves around and looks crazy. Tyra cuts, and tells Chelsey not to leave her mouth gaping like a codfish. She's putting the sense of wonder in her mouth as opposed to her eyes. Chelsey tells us that the whole thing was awkward at first, but as she kept going it got more fluid and natural. Tyra yells, "Now I'm coming to get you! I'm coming to get you! Ragh!" while doing a monster crawl that is straight out of my nightmares. Ann watches Chelsey, and says that she's her biggest competition. Ann hasn't been doing well lately, and so wants to bring a lot of energy to this shoot. She looks surprisingly natural in her first shoot, and Tyra loves what she's doing. Jane is next, and says that it was great to work with Tyra. She's also happy that Tyra finally got a taste of her personality, such as it is. Tyra directs, and Jane looks totally gorgeous. She says that, while the other girls have plenty of assets, she's shown that she can improve in a very short period of time and really wants to be America's Next Top Model. Her shoot seems to have gone well. Kayla stands in the doorway by the balcony, then has to walk from inside to outside as she is filmed. She says that she's won two best photos in a row, so thinks she's toward the top of the competition at the moment. Her performance in the first part of the motion advertorial causes Tyra to give orgasm screams, which also has to be good news.
There is a costume change, and the motion editorial continues. Ann wears a sequined tube dress and whips her hair back and forth, she whips her hair back and forth. Tyra loves how Ann worked her shoulders, and Jay loves the whip-boom-boom-snap of Ann's head. It was a magic moment, he says, Tyra then sits in a chair and shows Chelsey how to flip her head like she's in Flashdance. Jane does the same thing, as do Kayla and Ann. If only a bucket of water were suspended above them and they could truly be maniacs, maniacs on the floor, hair flipping like they've never flipped before. Daylight is running out, so the girls rush to get themselves in menswear and walk down a balcony. Tyra tells us that Jane, who has a stiff walk, has trouble conveying any type of emotion and is hanging on to the handlebars of control. Ann also has a stiff walk, and Tyra tells her to just work the weirdness. That's actually really good advice for Ann. Tyra's direction consists of, "Just weird! Stop! Stop! And turn! And weird! And yes! There ya go!" "Stop, turn and weird" is the new "Stop, drop and roll," but for being on fire metaphorically.