America's Next Top Model: Cycle 16, Episode 5 :: Rachel Zoe
This week on America’s Next Top Model (Cycle 16, Episode 5 which aired on March 23), the 9 remaining girls unleashed their wild side while posing in pieces from Rachel Zoe’s faux fur collection.
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Last week at panel, Tyra gave Alexandria one last chance to drop her bossy attitude. So you’d think Alexandria would’ve taken the hint. But viewers got a little back story in this episode; it seems her parents’ divorce forced her to grow up fast in order to take care of her younger siblings. And bossy is the only personality she knows.
Writer, Director, Talent...Action!
For their challenge, the girls were split into groups of three to create Get The Look online video’s for Cover Girl. The winning group’s video would be posted on Cover Girl’s website. The girls in each group were assigned roles: writer, director and talent. Alexandria’s group struggled when she landed the role as “talent,” leaving Monique and Molly attempting to do their jobs as the [kwlink 2k5349]director[/kwlink] and writer. The conflict in their group cost them the victory. Instead, Mikaela, Brittani and Kasia walked away with the win.
Later, the girls arrived at the old LA Zoo for their photo shoot with photographer Baldomero Fernandez. The girls were transformed into fashion versions of animals. They wore pieces from Rachel Zoe’s faux fur collection, and posed with a rambunctious (and adorable) baby jaguar.
At panel, Hannah and Brittani learned that they nailed their photo shoot when they received the first and second best photos. Molly and Dalya, however, struggled with their shoot. Molly couldn’t use her bad weave as an excuse because she produced a great photo last week with her original weave (which was even worse than the new one). It was surprising to see these two in the bottom: Molly, who’s been pretty consistent so far, and Dalya, who has had a significant amount of modeling experience, including walking in fashion week. In the end, the judges decided to send Dalya home, and promised to remove Molly’s weave once and for all.