Aimee's R&B shot is disappointing, as expected. Russell thought that she had an opportunity to draw on a lot of emotional content, but she struggled. He notes that he has shot Mary J. Blige, which I think is kind of an unfair comparison as she is always, like, having a seizure or a visit from the holy ghost or something. Paulina notes that the composition of the photo is beautiful, but Aimee is just not working. Then there's Stacy-Ann. Her photo works and makes sense, but Nigel thinks it seems like the obvious thing. Tyra tells her to be more fluid when she poses. Miss J. thinks that Katarzyna looks more grunge than emo, and Paulina has to welcome him to the world of white music. Tyra tells Katarzyna that this is her best shoot to date, and it made Tyra wonder if she gave her the wrong makeover and should cut her hair short. Miss J. would love to see a new do, and Tyra tells Katarzyna that someone might show up at the apartment with scissors tomorrow.
Claire is next, and Nigel thinks her shot is a little too tough and in your face for country. Whatever, maybe she was trying to represent all the friends in low places. Tyra says that Claire was lost, and this was her worst shoot. Jay reported that Claire is intelligent and ahead of the game when it comes to posing, but she needs to learn to adapt herself to the creative rather than let it throw her off. Dominique is last, and Tyra says that her folk shoot is pretty. Nigel thinks it's a believable picture for the genre, and he didn't expect that Dominique could pull off something so soft. Russell, however, thinks it's lucky that they got this photo, because Dominique's head, her body, and the set were three different things.