But! There is a problem. A Zarian Twin says that if you're going to be in this business, you have to listen. They would have picked "Aphrodity's Box" as the winner, because their look was the best, but they told the girls that they had to be on their spaces. Meaning that all of the girls had to be on the little podium. And Whitney, the Dartmouth student, is sitting on the floor. And Natasha, who said herself that she doesn't even speak basic words, totally knew that and tried to tell her! Thus, the girls are disqualified. And Whitney would have been the individual winner, too! Whitney feels pretty dumb about the whole thing, as she should. So, the actual winners are the "Spring Monarch's" -- Sarah, Renee, and Dionne. And the person who picked a look that complemented her body type, skin color, and figure perfectly is...Sarah. She wins the challenge. Sarah is overjoyed. Cut to a death glare from Dionne. A pissed Dionne interviews that she dressed Sarah, so should be getting a little recognition. She adds a "day-um," for good measure. Renee then interviews that she picked out all the jewlery, and picked out Sarah's shirt, and Dionne picked out the pants. Basically, Sarah did nothing except manage not to get a plastic squirrel for their display. Cut to Sarah saying that she saw the blue shirt and loved it, because it complements her hair color. Dionne is SEETHING. And seriously...it's kind of whack of Sarah not to toss some credit to the people who dressed her. Then again, the whole set-up of the challenge is pretty stupid, and they should have told the girls that the individual winner would be chosen on the basis of the outfit, so that each girl would have dressed herself. Sarah's prize is awesome: she gets to do the next photo shoot twice. She'll shoot it once; then sit with Jay, who will go through her film and tell her what worked and what didn't; and then she gets to do the shoot again. Sarah is duly excited and oblivious to the fact that she really isn't deserving. Dionne wants to stab her in the head with a tongue scraper.
Whitney is sick to her stomach that she could have won the awesome prize but was disqualified. She interviews that Natasha was, in fact, telling her a valuable piece of information, but that she tends to tune Natasha out because of how much she talks. You'd do the same to someone trying to purr in your ear all the time. Natasha points out to the other girls that she was right. She interviews that Whitney heard her, but didn't pay attention. None of the girls listens to her, she says, or even give her a chance to speak up. Back at home, in the kitchen, Whitney whispers to Renee that nobody knows whether Natasha is really married, because she doesn't have a wedding ring, and she and her husband have been married for three or four years. Whitney thinks that it's suspect, and Renee agrees. And I agree with them, but I do feel a little bad for Natasha at the same time, and kind of think everyone should get out of her business a little bit and just wait with the rest of us for the big reveal later in the season.