Back to Teyona's freak out. She
says her nerves got the best of her and it was bad. It certainly is.
Mister Jay tries to console Teyona, which seemingly works. Teyona
finally gets through a take, but she over exaggerates her mouth when
talking and it looks a little scary and alien-ish, in a bad way. It's photo shoot time for Teyona, and as usual, she shines in
front of the camera.
The girls arrive back at the house to Tyra
Mail: You will meet with the judges and only two of you will continue
in the hopes of becoming America's Next Top Model
confident, she says she wasn't good at the CoverGirl commercial, she
was freaking phenomenal. Teyona is still crying about her commercial.
She feels she let herself down. Wow, we haven't seen this side of
Teyona. She says ANTM
is everything to her before breaking out into
It's panel time. It's time to check out the commercial,
wow Allison and Aminat both look gorgeous, Teyona not so much. I'm
starting to believe that Allison could be a Cover Girl if CoverGirl got
their heads out of their butts about not using "edgy"' models. Seriously, think of how many hipster chicks, quirky girls, and nerds they could sell Cover Girl too with a girl like Allison as a spokesmodel. I guarantee you a lot more girls identify themselves with those descriptives than the "All American Girl Next Door." Yawn.
is first for an individual critique and it's time to see her best take of the Cover Girl commercial. Even her best take is painful.
Tyra is literally rolling her eyes. Not a good sign. The judges freak
out a little bit about Teyona and basically ask her WTF was happening. Teyona starts crying again. As for
Teyona's Cover Girl photo, it's another 3/4 shot, surprise surprise.
Tyra says that Teyona's photo is the definition of smiling with your
eyes. The judges love Teyona's photo, as they always do.
Next is Allison.
Allison's best take is good, but lacks pep. The judges say it's okay,
alright, not bad. Tyra says it's almost there, and then goes in to some
ridiculous poses and says that's how people really talk. I think you're wrong
Tyra. Paulina is impressed with how expressive Allison's voice was.
Allison's Cover Girl photo is gorgeous, but still another
over-the-shoulder glance. Tyra says Allison did amazing in her photo shoot and convinced
her she could be a commercial model.
Aminat is last and her take
is by far the best of the girls. The judges clap for her and and are
super pleased with her performance. Wow, even Aminat's Cover Girl photo
is pretty good. But Tyra says her film was "wah-wah" (sad sound). It's
one of Aminat's best photos to date, but the judges still don't seem to
think it's good enough.
It's the first deliberation of the evening.
judges love Teyona's photograph, but thought her commercial was
dreadful. Paulina says she's a wonderful one dimensional model. Tyra shoots death rays at Paulina after this comment, maybe that's why she was fired? No critiquing the chosen one!
Next up for criticism is Allison, and they don't really talk at all about Allison's photo or commercial. WTF judges? Instead they talk about her being short for the runway. Why haven't we heard this complaint all cycle then judges?
Lastly it's Aminat's turn, the judges say she's great on the runway but not in photos. Really, that's about all they say. Though I'm sure Tyra talks longingly about Aminat's body too. Tyra has a total crush on Aminat's figure, and we can't blame her.
So who will make it to the finale and a Rosa Cha fashion show?
Allison is the first girl called! Hooray!
it's Teyona's first time in the bottom two and Aminat's fourth. There
is no way that Teyona is about to be eliminated, right?
gorgeous and Tyra says the judges think she is stunning and that the next
fabulous body in fashion has arrived. She says her Cover Girl
commercial was the strongest. As for Teyona, the judges are super
nervous about her terrible commercial, but they love her edgy and
So who stays in the competition?
<< PREVIOUS (1) (2) (3) (4) NEXT >>
--Abbey Simmons, BuddyTV Staff Writer
America's Next Top Model is available on Amazon Prime.