The judges deliberate. Monique gave a look and wasn't the best, but ALT thinks she pulled through. Nigel says that Monique looks amazing and has really improved in person. Francesco isn't particularly a fan, and thinks that a lot of her moves felt contrived. Hannah epitomized the look of the era, and also had the body language. She was flirting and very present. Francesco says that Hannah had one of the two bet performances. Kasia, he says, was the best, and took direction very well. ALT is also a Kasia fan, and says that she hit it out of the ballpark. Tyra agrees that Kasia milked every second but never went too over the top. ALT says that Jaclyn gave some liberal from Massachusetts realness, and then Tyra and Nigel mock her voice before talking about how awesome she is. Alexandria was weak, boring and blah, according to ALT. Nigel says that no matter how wonderful Alexandria's small moments are, her arrogance on set and lack of apology in front of panel is really whack. Francesco says that she has a dangerous attitude. Whether you're a model or an actor, there's a place for you and you can't cross that line.
Brittani's performance was weak, but ALT still thinks she has such potential and didn't go down with the ship. Tyra thinks that Brittani was uncomfortable and wanted to disappear in the commercial. ALT calls Sara "poor Sara." Nigel thinks that Sara felt miscast, but points out that she has the face and the eyes for the commercial to work. Mikaela has great potential, according to Francesco, but she has no awareness of her body. Tyra wants to shake Mikaela until some modeling talent comes out. Dalya had quiet moments and is not an overactor, according to Nigel. She could have hammed it up a bit. ALT thinks that less is more, and that there's great intensity in Dalya's silence. Tyra thinks that Dalya has a modern face, like a mask that you'd hang on the wall. Wow, that's quite a compliment. ALT thinks that Molly pulled it off, and gave a sense of the era and setting. Francesco thinks that Molly was great when she didn't do anything. He says that she has presence, but wonders if she has anything else. With that, the judges have reached a decision.