The photographer for the shoot is named Brian. The girls strip down, and some actually lube themselves up with baby oil. That is gross. Michelle, the funny twin (and, I would say, the slightly better looking one), says to Amanda, "Twin, take off your pants...for moral support." Amanda says, "As if the twenty girls around you aren't support enough." You know who needs that support: Anchal. Anchal is stacked, man.
Jay goes up to Ginger, who says that she can't do it. Jay tells her that it will affect her standing in the competition. Melrose tells us that Ginger can't even get naked in front of herself, so there's no way she's going to do it in front of a group of people, and on a rooftop no less. Seriously, Ginger probably showers in long underwear. I wish Janice Dickinson was there to scream, "Drop trou!" and beat Ginger into submission and/or force her to walk out. Or at the very least make her cry and give her nightmares.
Brooke is the first to pose. And I have to take my hat off to the girls who got naked without any hullabaloo. They have both balls and common sense. Brooke says that there's a ferocity in her eyes, which she thinks will come out as a really intense picture. Monique is really excited to see her pictures. Becky says that she's scared out of her mind, and Evita replies that if anyone is scared it should be her, what with her two young tots at home. But in fact, Evita does not appear to be scared whatsoever as she slithers around nakedly. Her long-ass hair really comes in handy. Then there's Jaeda. And then Megan, who says she wasn't as scared as she thought she'd be. Eugena, being the hot girl on campus and thus used to public nudity, has no problem. Becky notes that Eugena has a long-ass wig to cover her boobs, and then says, "What's going to cover my boobs?" Moral indignation, perhaps? I hear it has an subtle pixilation effect.
Becky tells the others that just because she's not comfortable getting naked, it doesn't mean that she doesn't want it more than anyone else there. Secretly, though, it kind of does. Becky says she wasn't raised like that, and Jaslene continues to give her shit. Becky finally says that she's going to do it, she just hopes she has a place to go home to. Dude, you're twenty-one. Move out of the pig farm and grow a pair. The photographer tells her that if she's comfortable and confident, it will be almost like she has clothes on. Yeah, almost. The others watch as Becky gets to it on the slippery podium. She looks good. They all give her a big cheer, and she says that she feels better now that she did it, and thinks she did really well. We'll see about that.