Brittnay comes out knowing she absolutely has to win this pointless challenge, since she failed at the pointless cheerleading pictures. Her strategy is to bring her sweet Disney self to the performance. Why would anyone want to emulate Disney sweet?
But somehow she does.
The judges say that Brittnay embodied the role better than anyone else and she was great from the second she stepped on the stage. Piggy nose is stoked.
The girls reconvene after changing out of their mocap suits and the judges announce that Laura is the winner. I don’t blame Brittnay for feeling bitter disappointment. It sounded to me like she had won according to the judges too. But, my personal favorite was Kristin, who brought a fresh and funny twist to the performance.
But Brittnay says she has to keep a smile on her face and so she’ll stuff away the resentment and try to keep moving forward.
Would this hideous fake smile look better without the makeover?
Chrissy then calls all the girls together for story time. She wants to talk to them about the importance of social media. I’m rolling my eyes, because it’s so obvious this is Tyra’s additional attempts to make her show’s theme relevant. But then Laura comes on in confessional and tells us she had no idea how important social media had become in the professional world and it was great to learn how to handle the harsh stuff one can experience.
So the girls didn’t know this before?
It’s freaking the 6th episode and Tyra’s been telling them every week how important that 4th judge score is, but no one bothered to explain they should try to be honest and open and real in their social media? Not that it really matters, since social media voted for them based solely on their pictures with no insight to their personalities, but still, come on, Tyra! Maybe next season you could sort of plot out your challenges and lessons in a sequential manner that will actually teach these girls timely lessons. Just a thought.
The girls return to their house and their challenge scores are posted. Those were some tough judges at the mocap studio…
The winning score wasn’t even a 10!
Victoria, a worrywart by nature, is hyperventilating at the thought that she has the second worst challenge score. Brittnay vents to the girls that it sounded like she was going to win, so she’s really frustrated right now.
Since it’s evening and Victoria is feeling particularly vunerable, she has to call mom. The conversations are still tearful, but not the sobbing disaster she was the first two weeks. If I was her mom, I would get so sick of hearing my kid cry everytime they called me.
“I can’t taste the food without you.”
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