Mercedes tells us of what they'll be judged on in the go-sees (a hyphen? In quotes? Wearing a bonnet and posing for pictures? There's no right way): "Appearance, confidence, personality, and professionalism." Meanwhile, the ladies split up to choose their drivers, and we're off. Camille tells her driver a story about how her mother met a guy when she came to visit Italy, and the fact that her driver seems to speak absolutely no English speaks highly for the future development of their relationship.
Yoanna is first up. The woman at D'Management asks her how long she's been modeling, takes a photo of her, and tells us that she's very "elegant" but that she is "too square." Shandi walks sexily for someone and gets a mondo blasé "yeeeeah" when she asks the woman if it went okay. Camille fixes her hair and tells us she put on her personality, and some guy notes her "strong attitude" in what I think was a good way. Mercedes tells her driver that she feels like she's in "an action movie," when in fact she's in Roman Holiday, which she should see because it's very cute and because it stars the adorable pixie-ish Hepburn and not the mean, crusty, more recently deceased one. Mercedes doesn't score big on the "classic elegance" of Milan. April looks like she let the international travel get the better of her bangs. Mercedes teaches a guy how to belly-dance.