Chantal shoots her commercial first. She interviews that she doesn't feel totally prepared to go out there and kill it. She starts with the spritzy, sparkling dialogue, "If my fortune cookie could say one thing, what would it be?" Hmm, "Prepare for a great disappointment," perhaps? Or, "Get a new destiny." And on the back would be the Chinese word for "Tootie." Chantal stumbles a little, but makes it all better by crinkling her nose. Her favorite spritzer is lemon splash. Jay tells her to sound less like she's reading lines, and less like she's a dumb model. Good luck on that second part. She ends the commercial saying that Wetslicks Fruit Spritzers are "a delicious fortune of refreshing shine." What the hell does that even mean? Is it an anagram? Does it sound out, "Suck on this, Saleisha is your new God now," if you read it backwards? And what was her fortune? I hate cliffhangers! Jay and Brent tell Chantal that her take was awesome, and she interviews that she embodies the essence of a Cover Girl quite well -- she's friendly, loves life, and, most importantly, loves delicious fruity lip gloss. I'm with her on that last part, in any case.
Jenah is up next, and it's so obvious that she's going to get the boot, as they didn't even bother to touch up her roots for the Cover Girl commercial. That is truly a travesty. She acts bubbly for Brent. At least she's trying. As soon as she says, "Take one," crickets chirp. Yes, she forgets everything. She rips through a bunch of takes, until she gets to eleven. Brent suggests that she go to cue cards, but Jenah protests. She thinks that cue cards signify that she can't learn lines, and she doesn't want to be "that girl." She asks for one more take, and appears to nail it. She takes a bite of a piece of fruit at the end, and it kind of falls out of her mouth and she giggles. Jay says she was the most likeable in that take. You can hear the silent, "For you," at the end. Jenah interviews that she did her part the best she could. I mean, given the roots and the fact that she's wearing a hot pink dress rivaled only by the copious amounts of blush on her cheeks, it was a valiant effort. Jay tells Jenah that he's afraid people will misread her insecurity for being bitchy, and interviews that she came off looking snotty and over the situation, which is something she should watch out for. I thought she seemed likeable enough in the commercial, but then again my favorite Fruit Spritzer flavor is Blueberry Bitchbalm, so maybe I'm not the best judge.