Tom makes some gross joke about the men relaxing tonight and the women suffering from performance anxiety. Blech. Oh, Josie Maran is apparently a supermodel. She says that people might know her from some movies she's been in. No one knows her from that. They all know her because she appeared half-naked in Sports Illustrated. I think I know her from dating someone famous -- did she date David Blaine? Or someone else in the pussy posse? Okay, I looked it up, and she dated both David Blaine and Brett Ratner. I could never root for her now. Alec says he won Season One and then he was the first to go last season, and he preferred the former to the latter. Alec and Josie start rehearsing, and Alec realizes that Josie is kind of uncoordinated and also "deceptively unfit." He compares her body to Jell-O. So he makes her work out to build some muscle.
Josie is not playing to her strengths (no pun intended after that last segment) with her outfit -- it's very old-looking. Like I would expect Marie Osmond or Jane Seymour to wear it. Josie does a pretty good job with posture, but I guess that might be the modeling experience. Alec is very crotch-y. Time for judging! Len thought it was elegant, but he noticed that they did the whole routine "in hold" because Josie wouldn't do well freeform. The crowd boos. Carrie Ann thinks Josie is out of her element, but she still did a good job. Carrie Ann advises her to continue building her strength. Bruno thinks the foxtrot requires a lot of control, which Josie doesn't have. He wants her to return next week and knock them dead. Backstage, Drew advises Josie to shake it off, because Len is old and crazy. I like having Drew interview them, because he can actually empathize with what the celebrities are experiencing. I think Sam's maternity leave just got extended. Anyway, the scores are Carrie Ann 6, Len 5, and Bruno 5. Ouch. So they get a 16 out of 30. Drew urges everyone to vote. Back to Tom, who says he's going to judge Drew's assessment of Len, and then holds up a paddle that says 10.