As the non-diamond winning girls enjoy some food, Tiffany says that Cockney is crazy. Someone defines it as, "Ghetto English white ghetto." I think it's Michelle. And that actually is kind of offensive. Tiffany says that everyone always talks about the ghetto like it's so bad, but that there are intelligent people in the ghetto, including her mom and her sister. For good reason, she does not include herself in that mix. She tells the other girls that she is probably ghetto because she chose to be ghetto, and that's who she is. Keenyah says that a lot of people interpret ghetto speech as being unprofessional, and that's why she doesn't talk like the other girls who live in Compton. Tiffany stares off into space for a minute and says that she's just ready to go home, back to the wonderful ghetto. She interviews that she feels upset because she's been trying to change so many things about herself, but it's making her unhappy. She thinks that maybe she can't be a "model girl" because it's not who she is. Well, then don't audition twice for the show.
Meanwhile, Naima, Michelle, and Tatiana set off to get their jewels. They go to the basement of and old bank, where they meet three imposingly foreign guys in suits. The CEO of Kraiko Diamonds introduces himself, and his two cronies open a huge James Bond-esque vault as James Bond-esque music plays. Michelle notes that it was just like the movies, and it really totally is, with the spinning wheels of the safe and all. The girls enter the vault, and Naima is first given her choice of pieces. She chooses a simple yellow diamond on a simple chain, and the CEO puts it on her neck. And she still has her smudgy black stage makeup on, which is weird. She interviews that she liked the yellow diamond because it's unique and individual, like her. Michelle and Tatiana follow the same logic and pick pieces that are ugly and toothless, respectively. In the van home Michelle and Tatiana thank Naima, as well they should.