Backstage, Alasia tells the manicurist that it's hard living with a bunch of females, but she's glad to be there so isn't complaining. Ren, however, is complaining. Though she does say that even though she can't stand what's going on in the house, she loves the photography, styling and makeup side of modeling. Does she like the modeling side of modeling? Unclear. Ren's genre is disco, and she has a pretty fab ensemble. She has one face, and about three poses. Jay tells us that he was convinced that Ren was a model when she came to the competition, but every week he becomes less inspired by her. After a while, he says, the judges will tire of her look and realize that her ability level is in fact subpar.
Alexandra is next, and has breakdancing as her genre. She tells us that she's not normally a breakdancer, but is channeling Run DMC. I like it. Her posing is great, and Jay says that she exemplifies how to use dance as inspiration. Raina's genre is jazz, and I personally think she looks a bit ghoulish. Jay seems to love what she's doing, though. Brenda really needs a good picture, and is trying to keep her energy positive despite dagger-eyes from evil Anslee. Brenda's dance genre is African, which just seems unfair. She's pretty stiff, and Jay tells her to keep her energy up. Brenda is concerned that she looks aged. Jay says that it's important to listen to the judges, but focusing on how haggard you look isn't helpful at this moment. She gets on a trampoline, and lacks the basic rhythmic skills to jump on the count of three. Anslee is gleeful about Brenda's disastrous shoot.
Krista is next, and is inspired by ballet. She looks like a crack whore in a tutu on a trampoline. It's crazy and great. Krista manages to make it work, and develops a whole new respect for ballerinas in the process. Alasia's genre is interpretive dance. She says that she's the youngest in the house, and isn't settling to be "just good." She acknowledges that she still has a lot of work to do. Simone's genre is hip hop. She's not surprised, since she figured each of the girls would be assigned something that is antithetical to their personalities. She has no idea what she's going to do, but looks pretty hot. Jay knows as she walks on set that she doesn't have any moves, but likes her initial carefree vibe. Once the camera starts snapping, though, she stiffens up and looks vacant. Jay asks her to do the running man. Bad call. But overall he asks her to be playful and sassy and have fun. She can't quite get there, and is really sad about disappointing him.