Bianca is next. Nigel says her picture is very beautiful. Twiggy thinks her profile is beautiful, but she'd like to see more of Bianca's eyes. Miss J., however, thinks that Bianca is as stiff as one of the stones on the wall. Ann Shoket says that Bianca is almost as mad as she should be, and she's almost afraid of her. Oh, Ann Shoket, so insulated by her honky editor-ness as to not know when she's in actual danger. Tyra says that Bianca was extremely awkward. She tries hard, but modeling doesn't "come innate" to her, says Tyra, even though she's a stunning girl. Bianca says that it doesn't come natural, and she's had to work through the whole competition. She thinks she's improved and has learned so much since she's been there. Tyra agrees with this, noting that the judges see it, and that's why she's still there.
Then we have Chantal. She looks like she's actually about to leap over the wall in her photo, which is what Twiggy has been waiting for. Nigel agrees, and says that Chantal looks like a statue who's been frozen in time. But is about to attack a giant wall. You know, that kind of statue. He loves it, and thinks Chantal really got the idea and concept. Ann says that Chantal is so pretty and radiates positivity. Miss J. loves that Chantal is on her tippy tippy tipperies. Language J is not quite as hard to learn as Chinese, but it's close.
Last up is Saleisha and her wig. As much as I hate her, I have to admit that her photo is pretty bad-ass. Nigel thinks it's fantastic, and that she overshadows the Great Wall. Twiggy agrees, and says that she looks beautiful. Tyra compliments Saleisha for putting her nerves into her work rather than letting them take her over, and adds that she didn't have to tell Saleisha much. She just came in and started jumping and Tyra was like, "Woo! Yeah! Go! Jump! Woo! Haiiah!" Per usual.