Back at the house, there is Tyra Mail of Doom. Someone is getting the boot. Everyone is a little weirded out that they're going to be down to the final three. Molly is feeling pretty good about her chances of moving forward given her successful shoot, and adds that Alexandria didn't do fare well. Molly doesn't see Alexandria as a high-fashion model, and thinks that she'll be the one to go home. Alexandria is nervous, and says that she got positive feedback, but isn't really sure of the outcome. However, she says that she'll be happy whichever way it goes, because she did her best and made herself happy. Sometimes I think she is less evil than just plain dull. Brittani feels confident, but says that she's felt confident plenty and still not impressed the panel. Jay really liked Brittani's story, and so she met her goals. One of her goals was not to take a super-great photo? Drunken Hannah says that this is her last night, and tells the others how Mr. Jay said that she had a question mark on her face. Brittani doesn't think that a question mark face sounds all that bad. But Hannah tells us that it was a bad day. She wanted to show improvement and strength, but didn't model to her full potential or bring herself to the shoot. She cries and says that it's really scary. As everyone but Molly freaks out a little bit, we head to commercials.
When we return, we're backstage pre-panel! ALT has bought Tyra a dress, which she loves, even though she doesn't put it on just yet. There are prizes, there are judges. Designer Daniella Issa Helayel is the guest judge. Alexandria is up first. ALT compliments Daniella on the lovely clothes, then tells Alexandria that she looks like she's lost her mind... in an interesting way. He's trying to hook into the narrative, and asks Alexandria what she was thinking. She tells him about the whole princess in disguise in the marketplace thing. Nigel thinks that Alexandria looks beautiful, but wishes that she'd done more with her body. He also doesn't understand the story in the picture. Daniella thinks that Alexandria's eyes look mysterious, and overall thinks that the shot is beautiful. Tyra gets the comment of the day when she says that Alexandria looks less Vogue and more Conde Nast Traveler. At least that's one step up from Skymall Catalogue. Nigel tells Alexandria that if she'd wanted to be more editorial, she should have looked disheveled and collapsed to give the photo an air of mystery. Tyra notes that this approach would have bumped her up to Conde Nast Vogue.