Bearded Lady Megg is next. Twiggy says that she looks like she's waiting to start her session, not only in her face but in her body language. Nigel asks Megg what's wrong, because she seems a little down. Megg starts to cry, and says that she's so worried about what she looks like in her photos, and that it shows in the shoots. She says she knows that she's capable of giving much more than that photo, and that it's disappointing to look at. Nigel says that if Megg has a shoot where part of her beauty is being covered by a beard or the like, she has to compensate with the rest of her look. He tells her not to lose faith, but just to keep it up and practice. Megg says that the picture is a mess, but Miss J. disagrees. Tyra tells Megg to use what she's feeling in her photos. For example, a bearded lady is probably pretty insecure. As is a lady beard. Just ask Katie Holmes. Put it all into her story, Tyra tells Megg.
Next is Caridee, who gets complimented on looking very chic. (Megg is still crying.) Caridee's elephant shot gets raves all around. Nigel loves how she's working the nose. See above comment re: weird porn. Atoosa says that, by the end of the shoot, she wanted an elephant nose. Lady, look in the mirror. Tyra tells Caridee that she would have liked to see her catch the light more, because she's almost losing the nose. Tyra then does an elephant impression, which basically involves just sitting there.
The judges deliberate. Melrose is awesome, yes, we know. Tyra says that she assigned Melrose the old face because she thought she could handle it. Don't you hate it when the annoying people are actually kind of good models? Sigh. Atoosa says that Brooke is so much like a Seventeen reader, and that you just want to put her on a cupcake. Maybe Atoosa is a cannibal too. She does look like she at least drinks the blood of young virgins, which of course means that she has the perfect job. Twiggy still hasn't seen a great photograph of Brooke's face, and doesn't know if she's capable of having one. Atoosa says that Eugena was dead in her eyes for the bulk of the shoot. I thought she did really well! Shut up, Atoosa. Nigel says maybe it was just a lucky shot. Miss J. loves A.J., and Nigel says that she's pretty much the only girl who has a full fashion idea in the old-timey shot. Twiggy bemoans Megg's disastrous photo, and says that there's something about her instability (or, as they apparently say in England, "unstableness") that's quite scary. Atoosa wants to stick up for Megg, because she's the kind of girl who would sell copies of Seventeen. Nigel says that personality is one thing, but that if you can't take a good picture, what good is it? Miss J. does the rock n' roll impression. He's just jealous because she's a better bearded lady than he is. Tyra tells the panel to judge the twins separately. Nigel thinks Michelle has the better angles. Twiggy likes Amanda's quirkiness. Twiggy also thinks Anchal is a beautiful girl, but is not a model, and that her personality bores Twiggy stiff. Nigel says that Anchal turned in a beautiful picture because she's a beautiful girl. Caridee's shot is the best of the group, according to Twiggy, and Atoosa says that she had one amazing pose after another. Tyra likes Caridee, saying that she wants this, but doesn't lose herself in the process. Caridee is officially a contendah! Atoosa is down on Jaeda based on her performance at the shoot, and wishes she could just do her job. Twiggy says that Jaeda is sometimes too masculine, and adds in a concerned voice that she finds Jaeda's abs a bit scary. Tyra tells Twiggy that the abs are drawn. Twiggy is much relieved. That is classic.