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There is a conversation about which girls are smizers and which girls are toochers. Tyra tells Kiara she’s a smizer and has to work on her body angles. Korey interrupts to say that when Kiara smized at him, it took his breath away.
Tyra heads off and leaves the girls to move on to their next challenge. They arrive in a back alley where they are greeted by Jonte and Konshens, a dance hall musician.
The girls are happy to see their movement coach. They get a sample of what dance hall music is all about.
Jonte tells the girls they will now break into pairs and create their own dancehall routines. To make it relevant to modeling, he mentions they must remember Tyra’s wisdom from earlier today. They must be sure to tooch and smize. Are. You. Kidding. Me. Not one girls seems to clue in to how ridiculous this whole thing is. I miss Yvonne.
Konshens has a thick Jamaican accent, so when he tells the girls they will win over tree tousand dollar worf of chewlry from peacezo bonka, I’m really glad there is a visual. They get a bunch of jewelry. Oh and Jonte reminds them of the elusive “scholarship” money too.
And that is the extent of Jonte’s contribution to their movement mentoring.
Leila knows right away that she’ll be paired up with Victoria as Laura and Kristin are up each other’s butts and Nastasia and Kiara have gotten tight. The girls start to practice and I can’t help but wonder:
The performances are pretty painful on all levels:
Hilariously, Laura and Kristin are awful dancers.
Konshens tells us the whole point of dancehall is to have fun. If you’re not having fun, it makes no sense.