Union Jacked Up
Paula says that when Abigail came out on the catwalk, she had a completely different air from the other models. She looked like she was confident, in control, and like she believed that she was beautiful. Lisa says that she couldn't take her eyes off of Abby, and that she had a certain intensity about her. She really does look much better than Lianna. Jonathan says that Abigail's career wouldn't really even be on the catwalk, because she's more of a commercial model. Paula counters that that's what people said about Kate Moss, with her bandy legs and at 5'6". But we all know what happened there! The judges then go through both of the girls' portfolios. They both have some good shots. Who will it be? Don't get your knickers in a twist, we'll find out right now!
As Abigail and Lianna enter the judging room, Lisa says that she has two very special girls before her. She makes it sound like they're retarded or something. One of the girls has transformed from being a tomboy (Lianna), and the other has lost her lad's mag look (Abigail). But they both stand before her as versatile, edgy, editorial models. However, there can only be one winner. And it is... Lianna! I call bullshit on that one. Abigail also looks pissed off. Both girls are crying, and Jonathan comforts Abby. She says that she's not going to give up, she's going to keep trying. She's got some great pictures and she's going to go to agencies and see what's happened. She says that she's changed a lot as a model, but not as a person -- she's her same old stupid self. Hey, her words, not mine. But really, sad times for Abby.
Meanwhile, Lianna is the winner! She says that she's tried so hard and it's all paid off. If you consider being Britain's Next Top Model a real prize. She says that all the drama and emotion and stress of being there doesn't matter anymore, because she's proven to everyone that she's good enough, smart enough, and doggone it, people like her! Okay, except for those last two. And remember that somewhere on the mean streets of Britain a poor young orphan is stealing a loaf of bread somewhere with no consequence, because the police force is UNDERSTAFFED. I hope you're happy, Lisa Snowdon.