And then there's Kortnie. She says that she's excited to reenact an immigration scene since most of her family were immigrants. She's hoping to make them proud. She fails. Jay doesn't like her sack-like body position or her pasty face. He says it took way too long and was way too boring. Even Benny Ninja has to stop giving it to Jay for a moment and yell at Kortnie to play with her angles. Then there's Tahlia. She has one of the more attractive outfits, and from out of nowhere totally brings it. Jay tells her, with surprise in his voice, that her shoot is going very well. He interviews that Tahlia has been growing in leaps and bounds since the first week. In the Ellis Island shoot she was able to tell a story with her eyes and at the same time there was a softness and femininity about her. Tahlia temporarily stops complaining about wanting to go home.
Celia is next. She interviews that photo shoots are not her strongest point. She's not nervous, but knows she has to bring her A game. Jay seems relatively impressed. However, he cringes when it's Aminat's turn on set. He tells her that she has a beautiful face, and he's waiting for her to use it. Aminat isn't afraid to do interesting things with her body, but she forgets about her face. And her neck. And you know how people on this show feel about no-neck monsters. Allison is next, and looks like The Bride of Chucky doing The Little Tramp. She apparently is an immigrant from space, or an American Apparel ad. Allison says she's in love with the camera and it was the most amazing photo shoot so far. She loved her hair, her immigrant dress, and working with the kids. Jay announces that it's a wrap.
Back at home, there is Tyra Mail. One bitch is going to immigrate back home. Sandra is nervous, since her shoot could have been better. However, she doesn't think that ultimately she'll get eliminated. Tahlia is the one to be eliminated, she says, because she has no confidence. Also, any time she's left to her own devices around the house, she looks totally busted. Have some pride! Use a comb! Today, however, Tahlia is confident that she got a good shoot and will do well at panel. What a difference an immigration photo shoot makes.
Oh, and speaking of Tahlia, it turns out that some of the girls aren't taking her whole "I want to leave" shtick all that well. Celia says that if Tahlia doesn't go home, the rest of the models should "fire back." Oh, Celia. So aged, and yet so unwise. Kortnie agrees that if Tahlia doesn't want to be there, poo on her. Natalie interviews that when Tahlia's doing poorly, she hates it and doesn't want to be there. But when she's doing well, she's all about it. That really is annoying. If anyone else goes home, Celia says, it will be mayhem, and Allison adds that if it's brought up at panel Tahlia will have to eat her words. As Celia works herself up saying that it's not fair for someone who doesn't want to be there to stay, we head to commercials.