The girls walk a little on the runway and gnaw on chicken wings, thanks to Toccara's inspiration, and then they give Toccara a tour of the house. Toccara takes a spin in the confessional for old time's sake and says that when she was on Top Model, the girls really did have so many different types of personalities. And how! That was the season that brought us, "First of all, I didn't even know you were a bitch," AND Amanda's crystal theft AND respeito AND "bitch poured beer in my weave," AND "clean your shit" written in low-carb brownies! It was truly an embarrassment of riches. And now, I don't even really feel compelled to call these girls "bitches." It makes me feel lonely down deep in my soul. Toccara can't pinpoint anyone who stands out and says that the girls need to let go, let loose, stand up and be who they are. Sadly for her, I think a lot of them are just legitimately boring. Toccara takes her leave the next morning and hopes that her words really stuck, since whoever wins this competition will be a spokesperson. And we can see how McKey is setting the world on fire with her Wildean wit. There is a group hug, and Celia tells us that Toccara's visit really did perk everyone up, and she for one learned that you can't be afraid to put yourself out there. Not to counter the wisdom of the wonderful Toccara, but BE AFRAID. BE VERY AFRAID.
There is Tyra Mail! "If you can't move to the music, then that might pose a problem. Love, Tyra." The girls start auto-posing, assuring us that we are certainly in for a festival of horrors. They then are whisked away to Marquee, where Benny Ninja dramatically greets them. Benny Ninja is, of course, the master poser, so the girls realize that they're going to strike that and reverse it. Benny introduces them to his friend, former model and current DJ sensation Sky Nellor. She is truly lovely, and tells them that music and fashion have a very intimate relationship. Photographers choose music to inspire models and invoke emotion so they can get the right shot. And also to drown out the model prattle and whine.