Aminat is next, and frankly looks kind of ridiculous. What determines why someone does or does not look good in a fruit basket headpiece? It's truly a mystery for the ages. Aminat does not start off well. Jay tells her to pose from the fruit down, and suggests that she use some of the movement from the capoeira challenge. Things do not get better. Jay tells us that Aminat's problem is that she comes on set and shuts herself off. Her bubbly personality and creativity is never present in front of the camera. Teyona, in case you've forgotten, has half the number of frames as everyone else. Aminat tells her to bring it, and she does. She even manages to smile without getting too Polident on everyone. Jay tells us that Teyona transformed her denture cream smile into something modelesque, which he loved. She made the best of her 25 frames. Fo is last to go. She looks adorable in her fruit headgear, and of course has 25 extra frames. She gives a big, sassy smile, and Jay notes that she's giving him a much too literal version of Carmen Miranda. To be specific it was "Carmen Miranda on crack as a drag queen." That is some type of fabulous in the abstract, but in the person of Fo it's not working. Jay tells her to pretend that she's standing in sneakers and sweats, but Fo can't get it. She admits in an interview that she was confused and had no idea what she's doing. When she's through, Jay tells her that it wasn't the most genius and she definitely needed the extra frames.
Back at the house, there is Correio da Tyra. Someone is getting the Brazilian boot. Natalie tells us that she's not nervous about panel this time. You never know for sure how your photo is going to turn out, she says, but she thinks it will be hard for the judges to find a bad picture. Aminat, however, is slightly nervous, even though she thinks she improved from last week. Fo prays to God and crosses her fingers that she got a good photo out of her non-impressive shoot. With this we head to commercials.
We enter panel with a continuation of the story of The Supermodel Who Wanted to Guide Future Girls, and So Broke Out the Rules to Owning Your Inner Fierceness. This week's rule goes something like this, "Once you plant seeds of success, your tree will bear fierce fruit." What if, like, a badger comes and eats my sprout of success? Can I just buy fierce fruit at Whole Foods and call it a day? And do I really want fierce fruit? What if it makes its way out of the fruit bowl and attacks me in the middle of the night?