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Tyra directs a surprise, no-frills photo shoot with the models, and during the weekly challenge after enduring grueling work out, the models must immediately outshine each other at a meeting with the top editors from ELLEgirl magazine. Photographer Richard Dean serves as a guest judge. Later, the girls pose in the style of a 1940's pin-up model, complete with tight corsets, in an ad for the new Ford Fusion automobile. Written by Anonymous

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The Girls Are 1940s Pin-Ups (#5.7)
21 November 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Nice episode. I liked the beginning with the mud. Loved Lisa in it. I must say she has so much energy and sociability coming from her that she seems more and more attractive. Modelling is about looks but sometimes personality really enhances it when one is able to show. This is what Lisa did and I am glad she won the challenge.

People may think Jayla is mean but I kind of agree with her that Kyla has no personality. This is why I don't feel too bad she is out this time. I wanted to see more of Bre and her to stay.

Kim was sure impressive. She did such a big transition, being able to show so much contrast must be a real talent.


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