Whitney is next, with her fake bitch smile. The best part of her take is when she hits the café counter, she looks at the barista and gives an evil flirty, "A-ho ho," laugh. The look on his face is priceless. She gives another huge fake smile at the end. Is it totally wrong to say that Whitney is vaguely reminiscent of Miss Piggy? Paulina felt like the whole thing was fake from beginning to end. She does an awesome Whitney impression, and Miss J. makes fun of how she gasps for air. But Tyra liked it. She says it may have been a little over the top, but she thinks Whitney did a good job. When did Tyra turn into such a contrarian?
Next we have Anya, the challenge winner for the week. Tyra puts on a horrible Italian accent as she talks about how she once walked in a Gai Mattiolo show. I would love to see Tyra take a crack at that commercial. Anya's commercial induces grimaces from Tyra, and Miss J. looks like he's about to have a seizure. Tyra tells Anya that her kisses to her boyfriend at the end were good, but everything else was a piece of dookie. Is it me, or is Tyra unusually fond of the word "dookie"? Miss J. agrees that it was horrible, and Nigel tells Anya that she looked confused. Piersandro Buzzanca says that Anya made him laugh -- in a "laughing at" way -- when she was filming her commercial. However, he does acknowledge that she has a model look.
Next is Dominique. It is thirty seconds of unhinged ghoulishness. Everyone on the panel cracks the heck up, and the other girls crack the heck up, and Dominique herself cracks the heck up. It's pretty awesome. Miss J. can't even talk, he's laughing so hard. Tyra notes that Dominique's commercial was awfully hoochified, from the moment she put on her lipstick. Piersandro Buzzanca says that Dominique brought an incredible energy to the set, but Paulina was scared the whole time. Who ya gonna call, Paulina?