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Anyway, the reason we know Bryanboy did this is because Brittnay heard and saw his reaction to Leila being canned and now she can’t get past it.
Yvonne also noticed during panel that Bryanboy’s behavior was rude to Brittnay. She says it pissed her off.
Kristin is thrilled that Leila went home. She tells us in confessional that she is relieved not to have to worry about such a big competitor unless Leila wins the redemption contest. Personally, I think Kristin has a very dangerous relationship with food.
That night, Yvonne tells us that she’s getting tired of the long days and the constant go, go, go of the competition. She realizes that they aren’t seen as people, they are simply a product and she’s over the intensity.
It’s the next morning and while all the other girls are sleeping, Victoria is up exercising. She’s worried about her place in the competition. It sounds like Leila being sent home has really rocked her confidence. I started noticing how skinny she was a few episodes ago, but now I’m really worried about her. Could this girl be anorexic?
Also, check out the walls in the room she’s working out in. Looks like a well-stocked library, right?
For some reason, all the girls think Leila went home because of a poor challenge score. I would argue her low score didn’t help, but she didn’t have the worst challenge score of the week. It was Kelly’s intentional tank score that sent her home. And it occurred to me the other day that they ousted Leila without her getting any scholarship “money” in her bank. Now she has no chance to win money – maybe they think she’ll be the winner of the competition and this was their way of avoiding the actual payout.
So the girls head off to their next challenge and arrive at Culver Studios where they walk onto a bare bones sound stage.
Waiting for them is our very own walking boulder, Rob Evans and a woman Rob introduces as “Super model Chrissy Tiegen”. We watch them as video game characters on a screen, while they hide behind a wall and explain that the girls will be doing a scene from the new video game Uncharted 3. Chrissy tries to tie this all in to America’s Next Top Model by saying they will be using every tool in their modeling chest.
The guest supermodel (who should never speak with that wispy voice that sounds like she’s swallowing every word) goes on to explain they will be drawing upon their lessons on movement, gestures and posing. Um… aren’t they all pretty much the same thing?
That’s probably not fair to Chrissy. I’m sure this wasn’t her idea. Maybe she was just trying her best to create a link between our competition about modeling and today’s motion capture challenge. Still she loses intellect points for being Tyra’s friend or having done something that Tyra could hold over her head until she cooperated.
The girls suit up in the motion capture suits and a stuntman goes over the marks they have to hit during their scene. Robrock tells them whoever wins will get their very own signature “torn” which will be featured in Uncharted 3. His speech is so garbled, I swear he said torn. But he means taunt, a command where you can make your character do a little dance to taunt the enemy.