Krista is next with her ballet shot. It works for Nigel. The bottom half of her body says ballet, and her face looks like a dream. Tyra adds that the awkwardness of her hands make it fashion. Finally, there's Ren. She was, of course, portraying disco. ALT thinks that the photo is very unsettling. It's not saying fashion. Sean points out that she has a great outfit on, but doesn't seem to feel the moment. Nigel adds that disco has to be one of the easiest genres to copy. Tyra say she's a little confused to why Ren only had an arsenal of four poses. Ren laughs that those were the only four poses she was taught. The judges are not laughing. Tyra says that at one point in the competition, Ren didn't want to be there. Ren replies that there's a lot of drama in the house, and she doesn't like it. Sean says he's there because Wilhelmina is giving a contract to the winner of this competition, which could change her life. And if Ren can't divorce herself from the house drama, it's disappointing to him as an agent. Tyra asks Ren if she wants to stay or go, and we head to commercials.
When we return, Ren says that she wants to stay. And that settles that, I guess. The girls leave, and the judges deliberate. The picture of Jessica is okay, but a bit obvious. Anslee's photo has no imagination. Her face is going for the gold, but her body doesn't even get the bronze. Simone has a faux, bogus confidence in her picture, and even Nigel would know how to do hip-hop. Alexandra is really impressive. Tatianna's picture drew mixed reviews. Krista's photo is a bit expected, but lovely. Angelea's shot is phenomenal. Ren's photo is a mess. Brenda is the "Dreck winner of the week...itude." Tyra says that the photo isn't as bad as everyone is saying, but it is missing edge. Raina's photo is sexy, and it would be high fashion if it weren't for the bowler hat. Alasia, in her photo, encapsulates everything Wilhelmina is looking for. However, in her silver lame swimsuit, she wouldn't get past Wilhelmina's receptionist. Or the lifeguard. And with that, the judges have reached a decision.