Time's up! The girls have to wear what they've got. They are supposed to go home and get ready, and a limo will pick them up in a short while. While Toccara lounges in bed in her shower cap, Eva fixes her dress. Eva! So nice! Toccara complains that all of the dresses in her size were either too form fitting or tent-like. Eva interviews that she feels sorry for Toccara, but at the same time, she needs to step it up. Which, true. Toccara interviews that Eva is sweet and is optimistic about her, which is very helpful. And that statement was cobbled together from three totally different incidents, so I wouldn't take it at face value. You know it was like, "Eva is sweet in the loins, or so Ann tells me." "I am optimistic that the 'husky' department will have something in my size." "I am in possession of a three-foot long fork, which is very helpful when I want to spear a piece of rotisserie chicken without moving from my comfortable position in bed."
A limo drops the girls off at a building inside of which a mock red carpet complete with mock paparazzi has been set up. Eva is first. The paparazzi are calling her name and flashing photos, and there is a large screen upon which she is projected. Sarah Pyper from Us Weekly asks Eva if she has time to answer a few questions. Sarah is holding a microphone that is obviously not plugged in, as she puts it in front of Eva before she has finished asking her question. Sarah asks who Eva is wearing, and then asks who the most annoying girl in the group is. Eva interviews (to us, not to Sarah), "What kind of freaking questions are those," and says that Paul and Hampton have schooled her well and warned her never to name names or pinpoint anyone. Eva charmingly tells Sarah, "Everyone is equally annoying." Sarah says, "That's fantastic, thank you very much." Sarah is wildly toothy.