When we return, the girls each get a bikini top / hot short / sarong ensemble. Jennifer tells us that she's worried Erin will win the challenge since she knows all of the moves. She knows them so well, in fact, that she can teach the others. And really, this seemed like a natural opportunity for Erin to sabotage the rest of the girls. I think she didn't not out of a kind heart, but rather because the thrill of being a know-it-all was too irresistible. Miss J. greets the girls. He's going to judge them as they dance individually with the hip hop hula-ers and incorporate their story into the hula routine. Laura tells us that there are girls out there who want to relate to you as a model, and who might have a story just like yours. So you want to be a super role model. I don't know. If I were a model, I think I'd be satisfied with just being rich and skinny and gorgeous and coked up all the time. I'm a woman of simple pleasures. The young girls will figure it out on their own. Miss J. announces that the winner will get to come back to Maui with a friend for a five-day all-expenses-paid trip, featuring a stay at the Four Seasons! That is a good prize. Erin drools a little bit. I guess this is enough of a "tangible thing" for her.
Jennifer goes first with the dancing. She looks lovely on the intro hula part, then gets a little lost when it transitions to hip hop. But she slaps the ground with the best of them. Her solo is about love, determination and happiness. Anna-Rita likes Jen, and says that you can tell Jennifer can keep a beat. Weak on the hip-hop portion, but her flow was going during the hula. Erin is next, and says that she's more anxious than nervous. She wants to win. So she puts on her most charming impish smirk and displays a technical knowledge of the moves with an utter lack of soul. Erin explains to us that her story is about her being sad and lonely and scared as a kid, and then traveling through her adolescent stage to become strong and happy. "Happiness" is expressed by a forced smile that Miss J. immediately mocks. He tells us that Erin was a bit angry. Even her sadness and tears were angry. He says, "Child, please. You're angry."