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America's Next Top Model British Invasion: Cycle 18, Episode 10 :: Nicholas Tse

May 10, 2012

This week on America's Next Top Model British Invasion (Cycle 18, Episode 10), the top 5 girls pose on top of a high-rise tower. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Nicholas Tse,” which aired on May 9, 2012, to discover what you missed.

Kung Fu Fighting

For this week’s challenge, the top 5 girls got a lesson in on-screen fighting. They worked alongside Asian movie star/pop singer Nicholas Tse to learn a fight sequence and perform it in only one take. All the girls did well; however Laura flirted her way into Nicholas’s heart, landing her the challenge win. As a prize, she received a return trip to Hong Kong to be in Nicholas Tse’s new music video.

Too High Rise

The girls were thrown for a loop during their photo shoot. They had to pose atop the Macau tower, the highest bungee jumping locale in the world. Sophie and Alisha are both deathly afraid of heights, making their shoot on the building’s ledge amidst wind and rain very challenging. Tears and uncontrollable shaking was inevitable. But all of them fought through it.

Elimination

At panel, Laura received best photo for the second week in a row, along with the challenge win, putting her at the top of the pack. The bottom two consisted of Alisha and Eboni. While they both failed to shine, the judges opted to give Alisha yet another chance. But Alisha refused. She claimed that she’s lost her spark and wanted to walk away, hoping to save Eboni from elimination. Unfortunately, she waited a little too long to say her goodbyes and Eboni was eliminated anyway.

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