When we return, there is more Tyra Mail! Allison and Celia are wearing their sparkly sequined dresses from the drag queen posing challenge, which either means they're very drunk or very bored. Perhaps both. The Tyra Mail reads, "Whatever you do, don't look down. Love, Tyra." As Celia sips some sort of daiquiri out of a martini glass and looks more like Carol Channing than ever, she says that they're dancing. The two sparkly drunkards practice together in front of the mirror, while Aminat dances in her underwear with a curling iron. Suggestive! The next day, the girls head to a rooftop where Paulina is being flipped about by a gentleman named Eduardo Ramos, who will also be the girls' dance partner. Paulina tells the girls that yesterday she didn't know how to samba, either, but modeling is all about creating an illusion. And Paulina is going to judge them on how well they create the illusion of having a good time. They also are supposed to look like they know what they're doing, and throw in a little flair to boot. Paulina says that every time they look down, she's going to subtract a million points. That must be some sort of Polish counting system. The winner and a friend of her choice will get over $7,000 worth of jewelry from designer Ara Vartanian. Not a bad prize! With that, the girls change into their costumes. Teyona is excited at the possibility of some bling-bling to go with her new outfits, and Aminat is confident going into the challenge, since she owned it during the teach.
The girls re-emerge on the rooftop in their costumes, and the color schemes of the outfits match the friendship pairings in the house. Allison and Celia are wearing similar shades of blue, while Teyona and Aminat are decked out in purple. Allison is first to dance. She tells us that she is petrified, as she should be. She is going to try to fake it with confidence. Instead, she fakes it with cluelessness. Paulina likens her to a little rickety wind-up doll made out of tin, which is not the best thing for a samba. Paulina then says, with a totally straight face, "She looked like her mechanism needed oiling." On occasion, Paulina kicks ass so hard I don't know what to do with myself. Celia is next to dance. Paulina reminds her that she's happy and should enjoy it. Celia totally has an epiphany at these words, and some realistic faking starts to happen. Paulina tells us that, though Celia is not traditionally beautiful, she has a great presence. She also relaxed and went for it, to resounding success. Who says an old bag can't learn new steps?