The next day, the ladies walk into The Village recording studio, where Lisa greets them and asks for their group names. The UK girls have gone with, "Fiercely British." I mean, fine. Sophie would have preferred, "Sophie and the Others," which I actually like better. The US girls shall be known as, "The United Sirens of America." I think that's accurate, in that they will quite likely sound like a fleet of fire trucks. Both bands will be recording with CBS Music producer Tom Polce, who tells everyone that he and Lisa had a blast writing these songs. AHA! So that explains it. You'll see what I mean soon enough. The models have the job of bringing their own personalities to the song, by rapping mini-verses (that they did not write) about their own names. You will not be surprised to know that Pot Ledom is involved.
Annaliese and Catherine both knock out their verses with great success, and then it's Sophie's turn. She's nervous, and says that this whole thing is quite out of her comfort zone. She gets some direction from Lisa to deliver her lines in a sexier fashion, and seems to nail the following: "They all know me / I'm Sophie / I'm the one they talk about mostly." It's a very personal lyric, you know. Cuts right to the heart. She is so strong to be able to sing that without breaking down. Judging by the genuine round of applause that Alisha gets, she's the one to watch. She takes great relish in delivering the line, "Sincerely, a stunner, Alisha." Tom asks her to do another take, just because he likes listening to her so much.
With the Brits having gone out on that high note, it's time for The United Sirens of America to take to the microphone. Kyle is first, and Tom asks her for a lot of spark. I think we can safely compare Kyle's performance to a soggy teddy bear ear floating in an overly chlorinated pool. Seymone is cute and bubbly, though she has some objection to using the word "ain't." Take your proper grammar and stick it in a haggis loaf. Laura is next, and gets kind of XXX in her line delivery. That's how she deals with her pain, everybody! Eboni cops to being a terrible singer, and she is also apparently terrible at doing whatever this is. Tom tells her that she sounds like a robot. In this context, I don't know that that's necessarily a negative. Oh my God, and then Azmarie. First off, she wears her shades in the studio. I think she's trying to do something Minaj-esque, but mostly just sounds like an idiot with a stupid affected voice. At one point even D'Amato is like, "You don't even have to do that." Annaliese thinks that Azmarie wasn't taking the recording seriously, and was "taking the biscuit" out of the whole challenge. What biscuit? What?