Next, American Candace goes against Brit Annaliese as Janet Jackson versus Spice Girl Mel B. The whole thing is bland-ish, and Jay tells them that he doesn't feel the tension. Annaliese again reminds us that she's supposed to have a sparkling and memorable personality. Did you remember her? No, me neither. Next, we have U.S. Laura as Madonna, versus U.K. Alisha's Elton John. Alisha tells us that she was runner-up on her season of BNTM, and is thrilled to have this second chance. The odds seem stacked against her, however, as she is forced to wear really strange and shiny mint green pants along with a shiny purple button-down shirt. It is the least Elton John thing I've ever seen. Jay is not impressed with her performance, first telling her that she looks more "Thriller" than "Rocket Man," and then that she needs to bring her model to the table. Her jumps are so good, though! Laura, meanwhile, gets a 1984 Madonna wedding dress ensemble, and seemingly doesn't have to do much of anything at all. Jay complains that Alisha was giving him a spoof of Elton John rather than a fashion interpretation. Backstage, Alisha cries and cries, her bad wig askance on top of her pretty head. Laura thinks that Alisha needs to man up and grow up, and is actually mad that the others are consoling her. "Don't console this bitch!" It's a comment truly representative of the American Way. With that, we head to commercials.
When we return, it's time for the real showdown: Sophie's Margaret Thatcher versus Seymone's Michelle Obama. Sophie is weighed down by her self-described "dodgy wig" as well as her bright blue power suit, while Seymone looks young and fresh and Michelle Obama gorgeous. It all seems unfair, though maybe Britain should just try having more attractive icons amongst its population? Sophie tells us that Seymone didn't do so great, and in fact looked like a fly stuck in a windshield. Next up, we have the completely sensical pairing of Andy Warhol versus Amy Winehouse. Kyle is Andy Warhol, while Louise portrays Amy. Jay has to point out to Kyle that she's holding a camera in front of her face in all of her shots. Louise is strangely reserved. Her rationale for this is that she doesn't want to bring her energy up so her competitor feeds off of it. Apparently, Louise doesn't care about doing a good job, either. She is distinctly lifeless, whatever her strategery might be.