Next up is Ben, who says in an interview that people don't really see jail guards as people who help other people. Contrary to popular belief, he says, guards don't beat up on inmates: "They usually beat up on each other." The man is wearing hot pink skinny pants. God help him if he tries to go back to his old job after this. He really does have a striking face, and he concentrates very hard on the job. "You know," he says, "I've never really done anything before, so I'm just going to do what he tells me." He's shy, but confident, and I sort of love him. Lee says he's good, but his military haircut makes him not very versatile.
Katy arrives, wearing a navy dress with pink tights. She is such a pretty girl, but...sometimes I see a glance of the whole supermodel thing, but mostly I just see a very attractive girl with a very nice body. In the '80s, she probably would have been a supermodel, sure. Now, though I can see her easily rocking the cover of Self, I am not yet seeing the high-fashion potential as it is currently trending. By the way, I get all my expert style knowledge from Vogue, so you know, I can read, but I may not know what I'm saying. Lee sees her lack of sleeves and feels horribly for her in the cold. "You're gonna die up there, sweetheart," he says, and Katy initially has a hard time, but gives it a good try.
Lee decides to take it down a notch with Perry, and has him sit on the edge of the stage, where he can work his best Blue Steel at the camera. Lee says that he can see the girls will love Perry, and says he can imagine Perry in an aftershave ad. I think he then says something about Armani? Or, money? I can't decipher it, but it doesn't matter, because I am laughing too hard imagining Perry hawking aftershave. Perry's freezing to death, but he's trying, and Lee gets some good close-up shots of his K-Fedexcellence. He does a bit more Zoolander in the back, saying that if he could improve on anything, it would be to try to be more good-looking, "if that's possible." I promise it is.
The hair people have committed the ultimate atrocity and tied back FRANKIE's hair. I smell a conspiracy! They know it holds his unstoppable power and they are working against him! He seems a little stiff, too, and from the sidelines, Tyson implores FRANKIE to be himself. What, you mean, be gorgeous and achingly self-absorbed? Check and check. FRANKIE says in an interview that he knows he can win this thing, but Lee isn't terribly impressed, saying that FRANKIE's very enthusiastic, but needs work. FRANKIE doesn't seem to think so, as he chills back in the makeup tent, congratulating himself for his fine-ness. Shit, maybe he's too fine? Because Lee thinks he's effeminate. Lee: you only get that vibe because he's so hot, you wish he was a woman so that you could more easily objectify him.