America’s Next Top Model: Cycle 16, Episode 8 :: Lana Marks
This week on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 16, the 6 remaining models go dumpster diving! Lana Marks is the guest judge on Episode 8, which aired on April 13, 2011.
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A Reluctant Apology
After last week’s confrontation between Brittani and Tyra over Brittani’s attack on Alexandria, Brittani decided to apologize. She and Alexandria made up for the time being, but that still doesn’t mean they’re best buds.
Tyra announces that five out of the six remaining girls will be traveling to Morocco. This week’s challenge and photo shoot will determine who gets left behind. The girls must go to five go-sees in four hours. Being from LA, Alexandria has a huge advantage when it comes to navigating the city. She makes it to four, and impresses them all with her positive personality (huh?!).
Alexandria Triumphs Again
All the girls make it back in time, but only three get to participate in the final go-see with Lana Marks—Alexandria, Molly and Kasia. The winner of this go-see will receive designer clothes, a replica of a handbag that Angelina Jolie carried at the Oscars, and a campaign with Lana Marks. Lana was going to award the prize to Molly for her wonderful poses. But the minute she thought she wasn’t being judged, Molly let her guard down and appeared unprofessional. So Lana awarded the prize to Alexandria.
Down in the Dumps
For their photo shoot, the girls arrived at the landfill looking less than eager to step into their eco-friendly outfits made of recycled material. Nigel noticed that the minute he put the camera down, Molly shed her model facade and unleashed her miserable attitude.
At Panel, Alexandria was awarded with best photo. Brittani apologized to Tyra and the rest of the judges for her outburst last week, and was saved from elimination. Jaclyn and Molly[/kwlink] landed in the bottom two. Even though Molly’s attitude wasn’t full of sunshine and daisies this week, the judges decided to give her another chance and sent sweet little Jaclyn home.