Sebastian interviews that he's never heard her sing, but "she obviously can't be that bad." Well, the kid's got a point.
Jessie is getting her hair done for a photo shoot. Apparently they believe that a picture of Jessie will be a useful promotion for something. I don't mind Jessie in general, but I am forced to be honest: she's not a model. And we see some of her makeup, and it looks like they've applied eyeliner but not any sort of a base. And believe me, they should be covering her face with something. Like a bag. Zing! Now I feel like I'm being a jerk. Which I suppose is in the job description. My point is this: Jessie is kind of weird-looking, and the makeup job isn't helping. Let's move on.
PC shows up and Jessie tries to make him jealous by talking about how attractive the model she'll be posing with is. Then it turns out that PC didn't get to sleep until eight in the morning, and Jessie claims that it's a big hassle for her to always have to explain to people where he is.
The modeling begins! Jessie will be posing with a muscle-y shirtless dude. PC claims that they have the same size boobs. PC is trying to direct the photoshoot and getting on the nerves of the director. Well, I assume he is. He's certainly getting on my nerves. Then PC leaves because no one is validating his meddling.
It is the night of Sebastian's big fake charity event! Let's let Sebastian introduce it: "I'm having an event and I hope to start up a charity. It's to build wells in Africa. And I think it's good. Girls like that." Nicely done. He and Gabe are in Gabe's dad's restaurant. Apparently, Gabe's father was willing to allow his place to be used as a central location in this episode of a nationally-broadcast television show. How charitable! Anyway, Sebastian still hopes Kelli will sing. That's pretty much all the setup we need.
The guests arrive. Sebastian has, as he puts it, "invited a ton of hot girls tonight". It's pretty much all chicks. He works the room and flips his hair a million times. Kelli shows up with her stylist and vocal coach, who I am going to assume will not leave Kelli's side as long as there's a chance the cameras will be on. Kelli's makeup looks good! Sebastian tells her that she looks "completely ... good." Then he steps up to a microphone to make a speech. His words are written on a laptop, which is on a table ten or fifteen feet away. This makeshift teleprompter is not going to work. He reads his speech awkwardly, and has clearly never heard the word "potable" before in his life. Also! you know how he always randomly flips his hair while talking to people? He can't do that, so he does the next best thing: he flips the microphone around so it's rarely anywhere near his mouth. We can hear him fine, because the television microphone is attached to him somewhere, but in the room, I'm sure it's awful. Camille laughs at him in an interview, and in person.