This is the first time the models see an artist's rendering of what they will look like with their new hairstyle.
After being disqualified from the challenge, Monique took it out on the other girls by spending 3 hours and 31 minutes in the phone room. Part of this time she wasn't even talking to anyone, she just wanted to tie up the phone because she missed the chance to meet Queen Latifah.
Frederic Fekkai did the girl's hair makeovers.
This episode is named after Jaeda, who hated her new makeover and wouldn't stop talking about it.
Call out order:
Megan and Jaeda were in the bottom two. Megan was sent home because her face wasn't strong enough in her picture.
Megan and Jaeda were the last two models remaining waiting for their picture. Coincidentally, both were given boy cuts.
Nigel (to CariDee): You look a little mannish in this picture. You have to be careful, you've got that strong jawbone which can make you look a little drag.
Miss Jay (in a deep, masculine voice): Drag on, girl, drag on.
Tyra: Wow. Look at you. I don't feel like you're owning it, I feel like you're scared of that hair.
Jaeda: I'm still a little awkward, but it's getting better.
Tyra: I don't wanna see that, I don't wanna feel that. Cause I'm like, "I gave her something so dramatic she can't handle it. Maybe she should just go home and just count the days until her hair grows back."
International Air Dates:
Australia: August 3, 2008 on Network 10
Anchal was voted "Covergirl Of The Week".
Miss Jay: (sing-songy) Bo-ring!
Miss Jay borrows Joann Worley's trademark line from the 60's/70's show Laugh-In.
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