We see the final commercial, which is borderline retarded and features the line "Two steps now to all-day wow!" I quite frankly preferred their alternate tag line, "Two steps here, douse the weave with beer!" The production value on the commercial is really low, which is no surprise on this show. Naima is first to go before the panel. She demonstrates her runway walk, which makes Janice comment, "Naima. Your legs look...Gumby. If that's your signature walk, I'd change it immediately." Naima does not look thrilled, but Janice is totally correct. They look at the Cover Girl ad. Nigel says that Naima has a natural spark. Janice says that the photograph is rockin', and that you could find it in any magazine from Vogue to Glamour. Nolé Flambé says that the photo is okay, but not great. They evaluate Naima's performance in the commercial. Flambé says that she was the special spice in the commercial. Tyra says that she wasn't sure that edgy and mysterious Naima could pull off the commercial, but was pleasantly surprised at how commercial and relatable she was. Janice asks why the judges haven't seen that type of energy and beauty from Naima before. Naima says that she was trying to suppress a past that she's not comfortable with, and that suppressing that one part of her made her suppress everything else. I think that "suppress" should come with a "ding!" during this episode. Janice says to Naima, "It's the past. Learn from it, it's o-v-over, bay-bay." I have only two words to say to that: Die Motherfucker. Naima then starts to cry, and I must confess that it seems totally, totally fake. Like, there are noises and crying motions, but no actual tears. But it works, and Tyra says that she sees a complete transformation of a person.
Next is Keenyah. Gretha likes Keenyah's energy but says that the walk needs lots of work. Nigel likes the shot and thinks that Keenyah looks very commanding. Janice says that Keenyah has no neck, and that it's not a Cover Girl shot. Tyra defends Keenyah's head-looking-over-the-shoulders positioning by saying that she does it all the time, especially when the plate of ribs is sitting behind her. She calls it one of her signature moves, which I find hiliarious. Gretha says that everyone will disagree about the pose, but that the shot makes her want to go out and buy Cover Girl makeup. Hey, you guys, do you know who's sponsoring this show? I think it might be Revlon. Oh, what, too high-class? Sorry. Keenyah's performance in the commercial was mediocre according to Janice, but Nigel thought she did very well.