Alisha is next. Her pose is a bit odd, and Nigel says that they went with it because it's the most editorial. He thinks that Alisha did a good job, but could have been better. Tyra thinks that Annaliese looks like a Southern black lady heading to church in the '50s. At the same time, she finds it interesting, though she does wish the neck extension had been there. Cutrone thinks that Alisha looks like a supermodel in person, but it's still not coming through in her photos and that's a concern. Then there's Sophie, who admits to being petrified the whole time. Nigel agrees that Sophie was freaking out, but adds that she would have moments of calm when she'd pose and he could shoot, and as a result she got a decent photo. Nicholas is a big fan, though Cutrone isn't loving it and thinks she looks like a weathervane. Tyra gives some useless advice about modeling when you're scared that makes absolutely no sense. Shocker, I know.
Eboni is next, and Nigel notes that she wasn't scared of the scenario and so had an opportunity to really rock her shot. Sadly, there were a lot of shots where her body was great but her face wasn't. Cutrone doesn't care for the photo either, and tells her that the proportion of her headpiece to her arm throws off the proportion of her dress. Nicholas likes it, because he likes everything with hot ladies. Tyra wishes that the shot had more tension, and adds that Eboni doesn't understand her angles. She has to learn that, because she winds up not looking like a model in the face. Finally we have Laura, in one of her seated poses. Cutrone loves the shot, and says that it's amazing and expansive. Nicholas likes Laura's face, but actually thinks that her legs look stumpy. Maybe he's saying this just to throw the judges off of the fact that he wants to bone her? Tyra says that the picture is beautiful, and adds that Laura DOES know her angles. Cue concerned look from Eboni.