The girls get the opportunity to have a little Q&A session with Zac, and Esther first asks him who his favorite models are and why. Zac says that for him, generally, it's all about attitude, confidence, and personality. Sorry, Esther. Though really she probably couldn't win here unless he answered, "A kosher diet." Chris reminds us that if any challenge involves a display of personality, Esther will struggle. Speaking of Chris, she asks Zac what kind of walk he's looking for. He says that it all depends on the show. He then tells the girls to discover who they are, what they can give, and what their sensuality with movement is and bring all of that to the walk and the outfit. Miss J. gets all serious and tells the girls that Zac is one designer who's actually into the walk. Zac reiterates that it's all about the attitude, and that in fact walking on a runway is a kind of performance -- they have to embody it, become it, and live it. Be one with the clothes hanger! He adds that he loves making stars, which probably gets the girls' hopes up more than it should. Zac's final advice is that the girls should get some rest, since they'll need it for their epic day of bringing their sensuality with movement to the runway.
The next morning, the girls meet up with Zac and Miss J., who tells them that the winner of this challenge will get five looks from Zac's Z-Spoke collection. Chelsey drools. The girls get outfitted and Zac goes around telling them to stand up straight and asking for specific alterations or changes. He tells us that it's important for him to have his line flatter a diversity of body types, and that since the beginning of his career it's been a priority to show how different forms look like on the runway. Maybe this means that he won't cover Chris's giant forehead! Because I don't think there's actually that much diversity in the body types this season.
Meanwhile, Miss J. meets with the professional models who will also be on the catwalk today. None of them appear to have much diversity in their body types, either. In any case, Miss J. asks the pro models if they remember the catty models who tortured them when they were first in the business. There are some nods, and Miss J. says that they are going to be those mean girls today. I'm sure Tyra's starting a parallel It Gets Better Project to offer support to the girls after they are totally broken by the torture that she has designed specifically for them. Miss J. adds that they want to see if the newbie models can maintain their composure in the face of bitchery. One pro model clarifies, "You want us to shake them up a little bit and try to shake their confidence?" Yes, exactly. And they get extra points if they can bring Ann to tears.