Next is Jaeda, who is feeling confident about the shoot because she has a Cover girl face and a Cover Girl attitude. She tells us that when you step into the chamber, your whole face is flapping all over the place. She worked really hard to keep her body and face relaxed. Jay tells us that in general Jaeda is not the most graceful girl on set, but this shoot might save her, because she looked great. Then there is Amanda, whose lanky body is flying everywhere. She says that she had a hard time getting used to it, and that it was a lot of work. Anchal says that Amanda's body was flailing around like a rag doll. If Amanda is Raggedy Ann, Anchal is just raggedy. Amanda says that the whole thing was crazy, but so much fun. Jay loved that Amanda put one arm up and reached the other to her chest. It looked graceful, like a ballerina in the sky. In crappy makeup.
Anchal is next, and Sutan tells her to suck it in. Anchal says that she is sucking it in, and Sutan tells her to suck it in harder. Anchal hopes that she gets some good pictures, but is kind of nervous. Melrose, full of the commentary as usual, says that Anchal is doing the same thing the whole time. Anchal saw the other girls looking at her while she was flipping around, and wanted them to stop. Jay says that Anchal didn't come off as graceful, as if that's anything new. Jay hates Anchal! Eugena is next, and Jay tells her that if she wants to change arm positions, she needs to do it really slowly. Eugena kind of flails around, too. She says that this shoot is important. The judges keep telling her that she has no face in pictures, so her goal was to have a nice face through the goggles and helmet and the wind, etc. She seems to do a pretty decent job.
And then it's time for Melrose. Jay says that she always gives them a great shot, and he wants her to make the other girls hate her even more. Before entering the chamber, she says, "I don't know if that's possible," in a really good natured way. Okay, that was kind of endearing. And it's good to see a little self-awareness! Melrose interviews that she thinks because she's doing well, she's intimidating other girls. Okay, forget what I said about self-awareness. Caridee interviews that Melrose is her biggest competition, because Melrose tries as hard as she does. Jay says that, though he wanted Melrose to be great, she was actually pretty flat. Melrose's face read completely blank. He tells her that she lost it. She's not happy. Anchal is overjoyed that Melrose wasn't the best. I was happy about it too, and then I got to panel and that good feeling was lost. But more on that later.