Tyra introduces the girls' completed commercial. The beginning is a riot, as there are the fakest-looking superimposed London punks in the background. The rest of it is pretty standard fare, and also cute. Nik does indeed stand out, as does Bre's New York accent. The former is a good thing; the latter, not so much. When the commercial is through, Miss J. says that he got the chills. Tyra says that the girls look like a rainbow -- chocolate, vanilla, and caramel. Somewhere, Roy G. Biv ruefully says, "Bitches." Tyra says that Nik did the best by far, and adds that the commercial director said that she stood out.
Bre is up first for evaluation, and Tyra reminds the girls that this ad is the first of "many" for the winner that will run nationally. Miss J. says his only criticism of her photo is that her smile looks a bit tight. Twiggy says that she looks very pretty. Tyra says that they had a hard time picking a photo of Bre, because while they were all pretty, they weren't necessarily very modelesque. The judges take a look at her commercial shoot which, as we know, wasn't the greatest. Twiggy says it's a shame that Bre was grasping for words, because she has a great voice. I do kind of like her raspy voice, I have to say. Nigel says that he did like that Bre's performance was very personal, and that her personality was there. Eh.
Next is Nik. The judges are wowed by her photo. Tyra says that it's a beautiful shot, but that there wasn't a lot to choose from. I somehow don't believe that. Nik also gets big kudos for her commercial performance. Nigel praises her fluid rendition, which was also delivered with a smile. Tyra suggests that Nik be a little more "cheeky" and flirty in her delivery, especially for a product like Cover Girl. She demonstrates what she means, and sounds like an idiot, so I actually think that Nik did just fine.