The girls head out to West L.A. College where Johnny and the New Miss J. known as Jonte await them. Not to be outdone by his predecessor, Jonte is wearing a smiley face muumuu and riding hat. Photographer Sarah Silver is also on hand. For this shoot, the girls will be channeling sassy fashion cheerleaders with a top model spin. This entails being thrown up in the air, as demonstrated by Jonte. Sashay, Jonte, Jonte, Jonte, Jonte. Laura tells us that she's afraid of heights. Does this count as heights? As the girls get hair and makeup done, Kristin tells Johnny that she cheered for six years. I mean, of course she did. She knows that this is an advantage, since she can relax about the being thrown up in the air part and focus on modeling. Rob Evans shows up, because there's nothing that he loves more than upskirt views.
Kiara is up first, and even though she's a basketball player she gives respect to those who cheer. What about those who were on drill team with the band and wielded pompoms without any athletic prowess whatsoever? For they are my people. Kiara seems to do an okay job. Her athleticism helps with the cheering part, but then there's the face to contend with, so I'd say it's a toss-up. Literally! (You know when I resort to puns in a recap that it's been a long week.) Yvonne is up next. There is a LOT of blurring of her crotch, and on her first unwieldy toss-up the guys kiiiiind of don't catch her. It must be difficult to be the fiercely real in that particular situation. Eventually Yvonne's technique gets a bit better and it seems like she gets a decent shot.
Allyssa is next, and is nervous due to her low challenge scores. She doesn't look particularly graceful up in the air, but you can never tell with these things. Meanwhile, Rob talks about how high they're throwing the girls up, and Laura gets even more nervous. On her last shot, Allyssa manages to hit one of the male cheerleaders in the head and causes an actual bloody flesh wound. I don't know how much these guys are getting paid, but I trust that it's not enough.