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America’s Next Top Model: Stilts and Stilted Answers

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The girls go back to the house after Sheena gets voted off and chat just a little bit. Allison reveals she knows she is strange, but is having a harder time this cycle. Is this a hint for the rest of the show?

In walks Kristin Cavallari, without Tyra, to surprise the girls. What type of challenge will she give them? She just sits down and talks to them about being true to yourself. She tells them to make smart choices and sticking to their brand – which was all that last week was about.

Now it’s time for the challenge. They arrive at The Grove and where the TV show Extra is filmed…which also happens to be part of the reward for the winner at the end of the show. The top two girls each pick a team and they will be interviewed by Mario Lopez. The winning team is safe from elimination.

Nigel gives them a few tips on how to conduct themselves and be true to theirself when doing so! Mario goes through team one and Lisa bombs, Isis nails it and the rest of the girls have varying successful answers. Lisa kept overstepping the rest of the girls as they answered questions. Was it a non-no?

Bianca’s team then gets up there and Mario starts asking more questions. Bianca bombs, Allison nails it and then the rest of the team all has different levels of success. Wow! The teams were really mixed and had mixed results. Finding a winner will be tough, because neither team nailed it.

Ouch. The winner ended up being Team 2, with Bianca, Allison, Bre and a couple others. Allison ended up being the entire challenge winner. She was professional and brought out her A game when answering questions.

The bus ride back to the house was awful, because Angelea copped an attitude. The other girls tried to ignore her, but she kept going on…and on and on!

The challenge ends up being stilts! A girl from the winning team and a girl from the losing team will be paired up and put on stilts. The pictures will be cutting edge as the girls are on stilts…but luckily they have a harness on so they can’t fall.

Dominique and Kayla are paired up, then Bianca and Lisa. Bianca has a fear of heights, that should be fun! Camille and Isis are paired up and do just fine. Allison and Angelea get up there and Allison completely overshadows Angelea.

Bre and Laura did a good job, then Shannon and Alexandria got up there and Alexandria kept falling…a lot. SO much that it was annoying.
Only a few more hours and someone is sent packing. Who will the judges like best?

Alexandria and Shannon actually did a great job. Then Angelea and Allison are up next, and instead of starting in on their picture, Angelea asks about the interview she bombed earlier. Allison looks better because she does a booty tooch…tooch. Basically, she arches the back.

Dominique and Kayla are dull, and Kayla is nailed for not doing a tooch too! Camille and Isis have a lackluster picture. Laura and Bre – they liked it a bit. Lisa and Bianca actually don’t get reemed for Bianca’s lack of energy.
Will the tooch – or lack of – make the difference this time?

Some girls are lucky they were safe from winning – because they might be packing up! Allison gets the best picture – again – from the safe girls! Ultimately, the bottom two models were Angelea and Isis.
Who is going home?

Isis, simply because her picture was weaker. Right choice?

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