As the competition moved on, Ebony felt homesick and pretty unhappy as she's not coping up with the things revolving around her. Anyhow, the girls were surprised by Tyson Beckford, a famous model-cum-actor. They were given tips on being a spokesperson which related to their challenge. Later, the girls were split into three groups and each of them had to come up with their own awareness ad for an organization called Keep A Child Alive. Jenah's group won, which also consisted of Heather and Ambreal. The reward was some goodies from Carol's Daughter but Heather got a little something extra as she was picked to be featured in an ad for CD.
Everyone was crazy about him.
Ebony a spokesperson? I don't think so.
But Chantal did a rather good job selling off the ice-cream sexily.
Chantal teamed up with Lisa and Bianca (who screwed up her lines).
They were the best.
Nevertheless, Saleisha, Sarah and Ebony did a good job too.
I have to agree that Heather is amazingly pretty.
The week's photo shoot involved the girls with some recyclable materials. Let's see who struggled and who remained on top of the bunch. The call-out order was:
Car parts: I think Saleisha was called first as she improved the most this week.
Cardboard: Jenah is impressive!
Aluminium cans: Heather with her face straight on! Fantastica! Oh, she was again the CoverGirl of the Week.
Oil: Alas, Bianca is modeling.
Garbage bags: Sarah ain't garbage at all!
Shredded paper: It might have covered her face, but I still like this photo of Chantal.
Plastic bottles: Lisa tumbled all the way down.
Bubble wrap: Truly, that photo of Ebony is quite disappointing.
Newspaper: It was all agreed that Ambreal was the weakest... BUT... (and if you haven't noticed, her picture was the only one in the form of portrait)
Ebony voluntarily eliminated herself, constantly giving Ambreal a second chance!