Nastasia is next, and has to admit that she totally blanked on her lines in the challenge. You know, scary horses and all. Bryanboy thinks that Nastasia totally represented what this shoot was all about in her photo, but some viewers disagreed with him and had issues with her face. A viewer named David likes the wonder in her eyes, but says that the picture didn't blow him away. Kelly likes it, however, probably because Nastasia looks the least trampy of them all. It's a commercial campaign, she says, and so it's a good thing that Nastasia looks commercial. It's aspirational, her face is forward, and it has a glow. She actually gives Nastasia a round of applause for not being a big hobag. Rob isn't so crazy about the shot, though, and says that it's too cutesy and childish, and that Nastasia fell flat. Tyra makes me feel very old by saying that America's Next Top Model's advertising audience is 18-34. This ad may be appropriate for Kelly's daughter, but sadly for Nastasia the fragrance is not for ten year olds. It's for teen girls who want to look and smell like hookers.
Finally we have Laura, and even Rob agrees that her photo is too sexy. He thinks that the goal was to be youthful, energetic, athletic, young and fun, whereas Laura looks like a straight-up porn star. Kelly thinks that it looks like a soap opera shot, proving that Laura's parental lineage is not always a plus, and not a fashion shot. She knows what Laura is capable of, and this falls short of the mark. Kelly tells Laura that she's losing her edge, which is certainly cause for concern. Laura's social media comments were a mixed bag, and Tyra says that she's so much better than this shot. She rested on a stereotype of what some young girls think modeling is, and at this point she should know better. Laura gets an 8 from Rob and 7s from Tyra and Kelly.