Laura is next and looks super-stressed. She starts off an interview cheerfully enough, saying that two girls are going home and she really has to fight for it. And then the tears start coming and she says, "And... I don't wanna go home just... with nothin'." Ooooh, the sadness! Laura tells us that she's scared to death. Boy, does it show. She looks worried and nuts. Jay wonders what she's doing with her face, and Steve tells Laura that she looks like she's in pain. Laura tries to laugh, but can't! They have stolen Laura's joy! Nicole interviews that she doesn't see Laura necessarily doing anything high fashion. She also doesn't see photographers being inspired by Laura. Steve and Jay are certainly not inspired. Steve tells Laura that she has a constant fish mouth, and Jay notes that they might need a fan to lift her lip. Additionally, her legs are looking short. Laura acknowledges in an interview that she panicked. Her shoot ends, and Jay asks her if she drank last night, because the whole thing was a little boozy. Laura denies it, but, well, she's seemed drunk all season. Maybe they put her on some kind of anti-anxiety pill that's, like, having the opposite effect except for the slurry speech. When Laura comes off of the set, Erin tells her that she looked beautiful. That was uncharacteristically nice. And then Laura gives the drunkest on-set interview, saying, "It feels absolutely horrible... I should just wanna ball up and cry... after hearing that... I done so good and that I can be a model... and then this photo shoot right here I just... wah wah." I mean, drunkest. I'm not saying that's wrong. If I were a contestant on this show I'd try to drink myself into a 20-day blackout.
Erin is next up, and tells us again that she has to step up her game. She figures that if they're supposed to be portraying a powerful and wrathful goddess, she's going to look powerful and wrathful in the face. Which, not such a stretch. The posing is going well, but Jay asks her if she looks pretty, because her face is registering as annoyed. He wants some warmth. Erin tells us that she started singing "one of those pop songs that teenagers listen to" in her head to help soften her face and make her look less angry. This manages to help a lot, even though the song she's listening to is not, in fact, the Tyra Banks hit "Shake Ya Body (Body)." Jay tells us that Erin's face became soft and serene, and the photo became magical. When her shoot is done, she thanks the photographer and conks her head on a light. That was the spirit of Pele, showing Erin what wrath is all about. And that's a wrap!