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America's Next Top Model College Edition: Cycle 19, Episode 10 :: The Girl Who Becomes Art For Tyra

This week on America's Next Top Model College Edition (Cycle 19, Episode 10), the top 5 girls work with dolphins and pose under a waterfall. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “The Girl Who Becomes Art For Tyra,” which aired on November 2, 2012, to discover what you missed.

Swimming With Dolphins

The Kristin and Laura versus Leila feud continueed on this episode of top model. But this time, Leila proved that she deserves her place in the competition. During their challenge, the girls got to work with dolphins while modeling swimsuits designed by singer Bob Marley's daughter, Cedella Marley. After a nip-slip by Laura, Leila was pronounced the challenge winner. She won a spa trip and chose to bring Kiara along with her.

Waterfalls

For their photo shoot, Tyra revisited her photography hobby like she does at least once every season. But this time she shot the girls in a waterfall where they had to pull off beauty shots while being pummelled with water. It made it hard for the girls to take direction from Tyra since they could hardly hear her. They were each given a different material to work with - metal, shells...a shower curtain?! I'd say poor Kristin, but she's kind of nasty to the other girls.

Elimination

Having witnessed the difficulty of the shoot, Tyra took pity on the girls when offering them their scores. After winning the challenge, Leila also walked away with best photo leaving BFF's Laura and Kristin at the bottom of the pack. Ultimately, Kristin had the lowest scores, and was sent home (and we say good riddance!).

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