Backstage, the girls make fun of how shy Amanda is. Mountaha is up next. She interviews that she would be lying if she said she wasn't a little nervous. She has to do this crouching pose, but Bill doesn't want her to sit on the shoes. Much like Jonathan just said, but for a different reason, Mountaha has a really hard time maintaining that pose. Girl needs to spend more time in the gym. Bill is not happy that they shot so many frames, but he feels that Mountaha has a vintage photo quality and thinks that they got a good shot. She interviews that she has leg spasms because she doesn't work out.
Salome is next, and Amanda interviews that she must be regretting choosing the earrings now. She adds that it's ironic for the largest girl to pick the smallest accessory. Well, haters be damned, Salome looks good. She's totally fine -- drops her robe and walks to her mark. Bill seems to really be into her. He tells her that she has a nice butt, and she slaps it in response. She's a hot little mama right now. At one point, he tells her that her eyes should always follow her nose, which she says is the best advice she got that day. She interviews that her parents are going to think she's damned to hell, and that her photo will never be featured in the Mennonite Weekly News.
Amanda babbles to Jonathan backstage that she is glad this challenge didn't come earlier in the competition, because her insecurities have... blah, blah. She doesn't even finish. Sandhurst is standing on his toes and doing some sort of backbend in the mirror. He interviews that he is not used to being naked in front of a group of people; however, he feels that his body is a temple -- a temple that should be visited and photographed as often as possible. He poses in a crouch. The shoot seems to go well. At one point, Bill asks him to stand full-frontal and they'll just crop out his stuff. Sandhurst VO's, "I am an African god, and EVERYONE wants to see me naked." That's possibly taken out of context, but he said it! Bill likes Sandhurst a lot and says that he will do very well.