Now for the bottom three. China: "It's been said that good art is not what it looks like, but how it makes us feel. Your work didn't make us feel anything." They tell Jaime she gave them theatre and design, but no sculpture, which was the challenge. Trong took four TVs and gave them four TVs, which wasn't enough. Judith's piece had energy, but lacked direction completely. China says one of them is leaving tonight, and that person is Trong. "Your work of art didn't work for us." He interviews that he's been a professional artist for a long time, so he's going to take these other opinions, but keep his dignity. He hugs everyone goodbye and then cleans up his workroom.
Next week: China has surprises for the artists, who love it, judging by the "awesome, awesome, awesome" and "best day of my life" comments. Jaclyn does a partially nude photo shoot, and Nao isn't loving it. A judge tells someone it's not a good thing to make your public feel stupid, and another one tells someone it was a "complete failure."
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DeAnn, a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon, thinks a semi-famous artist I've never heard of like Trong will be just fine. You can contact her at email@example.com.