Chantal is next, and she's happy, because this is her chance to reach her dream. She says that people think she's the perfect little southern Barbie doll, but she has a lot of knowledge about fashion and designers. So she's more Skipper, then? Chantal tells the judges that she was built inside and out to be in this industry. Jay asks which designer she was built for, and Chantal answers that she loves Versace and Rachel Roy. The judges are impressed. Chantal says that people always say she's high fashion, and that this feels like destiny to her. When she leaves, Jay says that everything she did was very modelesque. Including her use of the word "heighth." She does have a great body. I'll be interested to see her with a good hair makeover -- something about her puffy blondeness is weird.
Next we have Sylvia, 23, a waitress from New Hyde Park, New York. She says she always gets asked how tall she is, and if she's a model. Sylvia is pretty, but seems either nervous or awkward. Tyra engages her in some "interpretive walking," which basically means making a damn fool of her. Sylvia has to walk like a butterfly, a robot, and a centipede. But, you know, high fashion. All the judges can do is laugh at her.