When we return, Anslee "apologizes" if she woke anyone else up that night, but is clear that she's not going to let anyone talk to her in a stank tone of voice. Ren applies her makeup and quietly says, "I've gotta get out of this house. I don't care how." I mean, I feel her, and yet somehow have nary a drop of sympathy.
Tyra Mail! "top models always need 2 b in step. Luv, Tyra." Confusion reigns, per usual. The girls head in their giant limo to a studio of some sort, where they meet Mr. Jay. He asks the girls where they get their inspiration. As they shout out, "My child!" "My mom!" Mr. Jay reveals that these are not the answers that he's looking for. Who knew there were right and wrong answers to the question, "What inspires you?" Jay was really looking for where they go out to find inspiration to bring to the photo set. He likes going out to the theater and museums and the ballet. And, let's be honest, Manhunt. Today, the photo shoot is inspired by dance. This explains the random guy at the barre. Each girl will portray a different dance genre. Brenda tells us that she's a horrible dancer, except when drunk, when she's a slightly less horrifying dancer. Jay introduces the girls to Troy Powell, a.k.a. the random guy at the barre, an Alvin Ailey star and dance instructor. Each girl will get one on one time with Troy, who will teach them moves for their various genres. Cade Martin is the photographer for the day.
The girls head to hair and makeup and Troy-time. Anslee is assigned rhythmic dancing, and looks like a really fab "Get in Shape Girl" commercial. She's up first, and Jay says that he's looking to see the girls interpret the dance in a fashion shot, rather than do precise steps. Jay wants Anslee to do something in the air, and so she jumps. He tells her that this is the kind of photo where you'd say that Anslee is pretty, but just missed the model boat. Next up is Jessica, who is salsa dancing. She looks pretty stunning, but it's unclear whether her moves are translating into good poses. Then there's Angelea, whose genre is moshing. Finally, she gets to let her aggression out in a controlled context! Jay asks if it's all about anger for her, and Angelea says that it's about pain. That can become a little less hard, Jay says, and Angelea's photos improve. Tatianna is next in a crazy yet awesome tap outfit. Jay likes her energy at first, but it quickly drops. Not good!